FM Makes Phone Call With Armenian Counterpart

(MENAFN- Jordan News Agency)

Amman, June 21 (Petra)-- Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Safadi, on Friday, spoke with Ararat Mirzoyan, the Foreign Minister of Armenia, over the phone and informed him that Jordan is very grateful for his nation's recognition of the Palestinian state.
By recognizing the Palestinian state, Safadi emphasized that Armenia was upholding international law, justice, and peace. A just and comprehensive peace cannot be reached without the establishment of a free and independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital, along the lines of June 4, 1967, in accordance with the two-state solution.
The Israeli aggression against Gaza, its illegal measures against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, and its attacks on Islamic and Christian holy sites in occupied Jerusalem, including the Armenian Church and its parishes and property, were all topics of discussion between Safadi and Mirzoyan.
Safadi issued a dire warning about the threat posed by Israel's on-going aggression against Gaza and the grave consequences of its illegal actions in the occupied West Bank, which includes Jerusalem.
The two ministers emphasized the need of upholding and applying international humanitarian law and international law using the same standards.


Jordan News Agency

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