[size=36]The foreign ministers of Iraq, Jordan and Egypt discuss ways of cooperation in several fields[/size]
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated in a statement, a copy of which was received by Mawazine News, that “Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry hosted the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein, and he also hosted the Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs, Ayman Al-Safadi, at the headquarters of the Permanent Mission of the Republic of Egypt to The United Nations in New York on the sidelines of the high-level segment of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly.
She added, "Means were discussed to activate cooperation between the three countries in several economic and political fields, where it was agreed on the importance of completing the projects proposed among them, and initiating new ideas and projects in the fields of electrical connectivity, renewable energy, communications, trade, industry, transportation, health, pharmaceutical industries, and housing." And reconstruction, as well as areas concerned with culture, tourism, youth and sports, as well as areas of security and defense cooperation.”
She indicated, "The ministers discussed the tripartite cooperation mechanism, and a follow-up to the results of the last tripartite summit held in Baghdad in June 2021."
She continued: "The ministers also addressed the situation in the region, stressing the importance of achieving security and stability there, and touched on many issues, most notably the Palestinian issue as it is the central issue, and in the context of the importance of restoring inalienable Palestinian rights. They also addressed the efforts aimed at finding a solution to the Syrian crisis, Especially through the efforts of the Arab Contact Group, in a way that achieves the interests of the brotherly Syrian people and ends their suffering.”
The foreign ministers agreed to “continue coordination among themselves to prepare for the next tripartite summit scheduled to be held in Cairo.” Ended 29/h