King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein of Jordan (right) speaks with Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan. File photo
The Jordanian King reaffirmed in the message the Kingdom's solidarity and standing with the UAE and its support for all that it takes to preserve its national security, sovereignty and territorial integrity.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Bin Al Hussein of Jordan.
His Highness Sheikh Mohamed received the message as he welcomed Dr Bisher Al Khasawneh, Prime Minister of Jordan, at the Qasr Al Shati Palace, where the latter conveyed the greetings of His Majesty King Abdullah II to President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and his best wishes for continued progress and prosperity to the UAE.
Sheikh Mohamed conveyed his best wishes of wellbeing to King Abdullah II and continued progress and prosperity to Jordan and its people.
Sheikh Mohamed and the Jordanian premier discussed the ways of developing joint work at the economic, developmental and political levels for the common good of both nations and their peoples.
The two sides also discussed regional and international developments and exchanged views over a number of issues of interest to the two countries.
Al Khasawneh reiterated Jordan's condemnation of the terrorist attack by the Houthi militia on civil sites and facilities in the UAE, stressing that the attack represented a violation of all international norms and laws and a serious threat to regional peace and security. He called for a unified and firm international stance to deter this militia and confront its terrorist attacks. .
He expressed Jordan's solidarity and standing with the UAE in the face of all threats to its security and safety and in its efforts to counter terrorism in its various forms, stressing that the security of the UAE and Jordan is indivisible.
On his part, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed valued Jordan's supportive position under the leadership of His Majesty King Abdullah II.
The meeting was attended by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in Al Dhafra Region, Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Sheikh Mohamed Bin Hamad Bin Tahnoon Al Nahyan, Adviser for Special Affairs at the Ministry of Presidential Affairs, and Dr Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Jaber, Minister of Industry and Advanced Technology, and Humaid Obaid Khalifa Abushibs, Chairman of the Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority. The meeting was also attended by Nassar Habashneh, Ambassador of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the UAE.
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