Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Egypt, Bahrain and Jordan will meet on Thursday to discuss the current developments in the region and ways to deal with them.
Amman – Sputnik. Jordanian King Abdullah II emphasized the importance of joint co-ordination on the various issues and crises facing the region in a way that promotes a common Arab action and serves the interests of the Arab countries and their peoples.
King Abdullah II. During a meeting with Arab Foreign Ministers on Wednesday, he emphasized the importance of joint co-ordination on the various issues and crises facing the region, in a way that promotes a common Arab action and serves the interests of the Arab countries and their peoples.
Jordanian monarch was admitted to Husseiniya Palace, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Sabah Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, and Foreign Minister and International Cooperation of the United Arab Emirates His High Representative Sheik Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Bahamian Foreign Minister Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed Arab Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shukri and Saudi Arabian Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubair.
During a royal meeting with foreign ministers, he emphasized the depth of fraternal relations that link Jordan with his Arab brothers. His Majesty expressed the hope that the outcome of the Foreign Ministers' Consultative Meeting will contribute to fruitful results.
The King also stressed the need to end the Palestinian-Israeli conflict on the basis of a two-state solution and an Arab Peace Initiative that led to the establishment of an independent Palestinian state in line with the June 4, 1967, based in East Jerusalem.
Foreign ministers of Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt and Saudi Arabia are present in the kingdom to attend a Dead Sea consultation meeting to discuss current developments in the region and ways to deal with them.
The informed source told Sputnik that the most important issue to be discussed during a ministerial meeting expected to be held in Jordan for foreign ministers of five Arab countries except Jordan is the return of Syria to the League of Arab States.