Jordan’s king thanks Saudi Arabia for its support

Jordan’s King Abdullah II meets with Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Amman. (Twitter/@RHCJO)
Jordan’s King Abdullah II meets with Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan in Amman. (Twitter/@RHCJO)
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Updated 03 August 2021

Jordan’s king thanks Saudi Arabia for its support

Jordan’s king thanks Saudi Arabia for its support
  • King Abdullah said Saudi Arabia’s positions reflect its policy that always supports Jordan in all circumstances
  • He added that Amman and Riyadh share strong and solid relations

RIYADH: Jordan’s King Abdullah II received Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan in the capital, Amman, on Tuesday and expressed his appreciation for the the Kingdom’s support of his country.
Prince Faisal delivered a message from King Salman that dealt with “ways of strengthening the historical relations between the two kingdoms and enhancing cooperation and coordination on regional issues,” Petra news agency reported.
King Abdullah praised Saudi Arabia’s supportive stance of Jordan, while it faced various challenges, including the recent sedition case that Jordan was able to nip in the bud.
He said Saudi Arabia’s positions and its explicit messages of support reflect its policy and the policy of its leadership that always supports Jordan in all circumstances.

The king said that the security of Jordan and Saudi Arabia is one and that they stand united in the face of all challenges, pointing to the centrality of the historical relations that unite their two countries.
He added that Amman and Riyadh share strong and solid relations, as he conveyed greetings to King Salman and wished Saudi Arabia and its people further progress and prosperity.
Prince Faisal said his country was keen to enhance cooperation with Jordan.
The two sides reviewed bilateral relations and ways of enhancing them in all fields, and called for the need to maintain coordination and consultation between the two countries on various issues of common interest, in a way that achieves their interests and serves Arab issues.
“During the meeting, we touched on ways to strengthen the deep-rooted brotherly relations and the long-standing ties of cooperation between the two countries in all fields,” the foreign minister said in a tweet following the meeting.
They also discussed opportunities to increase bilateral trade exchange, and support inter-investment related to the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, which provides many promising opportunities, especially in technology, innovation and renewable energy, Saudi Press Agency reported.