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Shafaq News / The Jordanian Foreign Minister, Ayman Al-Safadi confirmed, on Wednesday, that Amman and Baghdad are continuing projects and programs to expand cooperation in various economic, trade and investment fields, while the Jordanian capital, Amman, hosted a tripartite summit at the level of the foreign ministers of Jordan, Iraq and Egypt.
Al-Safadi stated, during his talks with Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein, that "Iraq's security and stability are a pillar for the security and stability of the region, and that the Kingdom stands with all its capabilities on the side of Iraq, its security, stability and sovereignty, and supports all efforts made by Iraq to protect its interests and achieve the aspirations of its people."
Al-Safadi and Hussein discussed mechanisms for following up the results of the talks held by King Abdullah II and Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani, in Amman last month, to enhance bilateral cooperation and develop historical relations between the two countries.
The two ministers affirmed the continuation of developing cooperation in the context of the tripartite cooperation mechanism with the sisterly Arab Republic of Egypt.
For his part, the Iraqi foreign minister appreciated Jordan's positions and efforts, led by King Abdullah II, to support Iraq, stressing "the depth of the relations between the two brotherly countries and the keenness to develop them in various fields."
Today, the Jordanian Foreign Minister is scheduled to hold a tripartite meeting with his Iraqi counterparts, Fuad Hussein and his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Shukri, within the framework of the ministerial meeting of the tripartite cooperation mechanism between the three countries. The meeting will be followed by press statements at the ministry's headquarters.
The tripartite cooperation mechanism between the three countries aims to increase cooperation between them in the sectors of trade, industry, economy, land transport, in addition to electrical interconnection and energy.
The last tripartite summit was held between the leaders of the three countries on 6/27/2021 in Baghdad, while the second summit was held on 8/25/2020 in Amman, and the first on 3/24/2019. The foreign ministers of the three countries held a series of meetings within the framework of the mechanism, The most recent was on 2/22/2022, on the sidelines of the meetings of the Council of the League of Arab States at the summit level in Algeria.
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