Rabat - Invited by King Mohammed VI, Jordan’s King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein arrived on Wednesday to Morocco for an official visit to Morocco.
Rabat – Invited by King Mohammed VI, Jordan’s King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein arrived on Wednesday to Morocco for an official visit to Morocco.
The visit is aimed to consolidate the longstanding ties between the two counties and discuss the political development that the region is experiencing.
The two heads of the state also aim to reaffirm the importance of cooperating to strengthen the field of security in the Arab world in order to counterattack the terrorist challenges that the region face
They also seek to jointly coordinate in this field to fight terrorism and assume their responsibilities by conducting religious discourses that conform to the percept of the Islamic religion.
During their meeting, the two heads of state agreed on the importance of the mobilization of the international community in an attempt to find solutions to the conflicts in the Middle East countries, including Palestine.
In honor of King Abdullah II, King Mohammed VI chaired a dinner at Rabat’s Royal Palace in the presence of caretaker of Government, Abdelilah Benkirane and the King’s advisor and the officials of the parliament.
King Abdullah II was accompanied by Prince Ghazi Bin Muhammad Bin Talal, Chief Advisor for Religious and Cultural Affairs.