Ayman Safadi, Jordanian Foreign Minister, welcomes his counterpart from Yemen's internationally recognized government, Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak, on August 8, 2022, at the podium for a joint press conference in Jordan's capital Amman. KHAALIL MAZRAAWI AMMAN Jordan and Yemen agreed on Monday a Memorandum of Understanding to strengthen bilateral relations and set up a political consultation mechanism between the two foreign ministries.
Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi met with his visiting Yemeni counterpart Ahmed Awad Bin Mubarak in Amman, reviewing efforts to end the Yemeni crisis and restore security and stability in Yemen, according to a statement from the Jordanian ministry.
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Safadi stressed that the kingdom welcomed the announcement of extending the truce in Yemen for two additional months, reaffirming Jordan's support for the Amman-based UN mission for Yemen.
For his part, Bin Mubarak praised Jordan's important role in ensuring security and stability in the region, and praised Jordan's support for the Yemeni people.
The Palestinian issue, including the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, was discussed by the two sides, as well as other regional issues, including the Palestinian issue, where the Jordanian official called for international action to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict based on the two-state solution.
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