|Editor Duraid Salman - Sunday 18 February|
Interior Minister Qassim al-Araji discussed with his Jordanian counterpart Ghalib al-Zu'bi on Sunday the characteristics of the entry and situation of Iraqis in Jordan, stressing the need to strengthen the relationship between the two countries in combating terrorism, drugs and organized crime.
Interior Minister Qassim al-Araji, who is visiting the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, held a meeting with his Jordanian counterpart Ghaleb al-Zu'bi in the presence of the Minister of Transport, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Industry, the Director of Public Security, the security and police chiefs of the Ministry of Interior "Noting that" the meeting discussed a number of security issues of common interest, which reflected positively on the interest of the two brotherly countries, including those related to granting the attributes of entry between the two countries and deal with the same situation of the Iraqi community in Jordan. "
She added that the meeting discussed the issues of Trebil and Karama as well as discussing the prisoners' conditions and discussing the strengthening of the relations between the two countries in combating terrorism, drugs and organized crime and enhancing cooperation on the issue of the common border of 181 kilometers. "The meeting discussed the signing of security agreements Between them and exchange visits to enhance the experience between the police and security services in the two countries. "
She pointed out that "Araji raised during the meeting the issue of forming a joint security system in the region working to strengthen Arab security and stability, especially the security of the region as well as the trend to establish a security conference of the Iraqi neighbors at the level of interior ministers."
Interior Minister Qassim al-Araji and the accompanying delegation arrived in the Jordanian capital Amman on Saturday evening for an official visit to the kingdom for several days.
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