Jordan Is Committed To Working With Global Coalition To Counter Terrorism, Says FM


(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency)


Riyadh, June 8 (Petra) -- Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Safadi Thursday affirmed that Jordan is fully committed to working with the US-led Global Coalition to combat the terrorist organization "Daesh".
Speaking at the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS Ministerial Meeting, hosted by Saudi Arabia and inaugurated by Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Safadi emphasized the importance of maintaining the international coalition against this terrorist gang.
"Jordan will remain committed to fighting terrorism militarily, security, and ideologically, which is evident in our work with partners through this alliance and other joint work mechanisms, in addition to the Aqaba Process, which will convene in Cordoba during the current month to explore coordinating international efforts to counter terrorism in Africa," Safadi underscored.
Furthermore, he indicated that the coalition has achieved great victories over terrorism, stressing that ending this threat and banning it from re-exacerbating requires the continuation of the coalition, which is led by the United States.
He also emphasized the need to intensify efforts to resolve regional crises, calling for supporting the Arab track to reach a political solution to end the Syrian crisis, which caused human suffering and generated threats, including terrorism.
Regarding Iraq, the official underscored the importance of supporting it in stabilizing stability and security, stressing that the Kingdom will continue to stand by Iraq and its people.
Safadi met with a number of his counterparts participating in the conference. In addition, he held talks with Norwegian Foreign Minister Anniken Huitfeldt, during which they discussed bilateral relations, the Palestinian issue, and efforts to resolve the Syrian crisis.

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