(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency)
Amman, Jan. 16 (Petra) -- Speaker of the Lower House of Parliament Abdul Karim Doghmi on Sunday discussed, in two separate meetings, with Egyptian ambassador Mohammed Samir and Canadian ambassador Donica Pottie prospects of cooperation in many fields.
In his meeting with the Egyptian ambassador, Doghmi described the 'brotherly' relations between Jordan and Egypt as 'deep-rooted and historic', noting that the two countries see eye-to-eye on a number of Arab issues.
Jordan and Egypt stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people to exercise their legitimate rights and establish an independent state on the borders of June 4, 1967, a lower house press statement underlined.
On the Jordanian-Egyptian-Iraqi summit held last year, Doghmi underscored that it is a positive step towards cooperation, stressing that it plays a role in propping up Arab solidarity and reanimating the framework of joint Arab action.
For his part, the Egyptian envoy underlined the robustness of the Jordanian-Egyptian relations and the commitment to bolstering them in many fields, indicating the importance of Arab parliamentary integration, particularly between the Jordanian and Egyptian parliaments and their role in the modernization and development of economic and social legislation.
In his meeting with the Canadian ambassador, Doghmi highlighted the importance of boosting relations and enhancing two-way investments, lauding Canada's role in supporting the Kingdom.
In turn, Pottie stressed her country's appreciation of Jordan's role, under the leadership of His Majesty King Abdullah II, in achieving security and stability in the region.
She emphasized Canada's interest in propping up two-way trade and coming up with investment prospects that benefit both countries.
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