King, Moroccan monarch hold talks on ties, common issues | Jordan News | Ammon News


King, Moroccan monarch hold talks on ties, common issues


[3/12/2015 9:19:27 AM]

AMMONNEWS - His Majesty King Abdullah II and King Mohammed VI of Morocco, on Wednesday, held talks on means to cement ties between Jordan and Morocco in various domains in addition to international and regional developments.

A statement was released following the two leaders' talks in which they stressed commitment to advancing pan-Arab solidarity and realizing stability in various Arab countries.

They tackled the two Kingdoms' partnership with the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council and stressed that both countries remain committed to the security and stability of the Arab Gulf nations. They pledged to continue efforts to lay out a strategic relationship between the GCC and Jordan and Morocco.

His Majesty King Abdullah II voiced Jordan's support to the territorial integrity of Morocco, stressing that Morocco's proposal for autonomy to resolve the artificial dispute over the Moroccan Sahara is the basis for any negotiated solution between all concerned parties.

King Mohammed VI hailed King Abdullah's efforts to bring about development and prosperity in Jordan and voiced Morocco's full support and solidarity with Jordan.

With regards to the war on terrorism, the two leaders stressed the need to fight extremist ideology and terror wherever it is and urged Muslim scholars and thinkers to promote an enlightening discourse that highlights Islam's true values and principles.

On the Palestinian issue, they called for intensifying efforts to bring about a comprehensive and just settlement to the Palestinian cause based on the Arab Peace Initiative and the two-state solution.

The two leaders denounced unilateral Israeli moves in Jerusalem, particularly against Muslim and Christian shrines and pledged firm commitment to defending the holy city.

The meeting dealt with developments in various Arab countries, including Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Libya.

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