Rabat - Jordan has announced it would appoint a new ambassador to Morocco to replace Ali Kayed, according to a communiqué issued by the Jordanian royal cabinet on Monday.
Rabat – Jordan has announced it would appoint a new ambassador to Morocco to replace Ali Kayed, according to a communiqué issued by the Jordanian royal cabinet on Monday.
The decision came following the consensus of the Council of Ministers to reshuffle the country’s diplomats by appointing new ambassadors, according to the same source.
Similar changes will also take place in two other countries, including South Africa and Malaysia, according to the communiqué, which suggested the names of the new ambassador of Jordan and other countries, including Spain.
The appointment of a new Jordanian ambassador to Morocco comes less than two weeks after the official visit of Jordan’s king to Morocco.
Jordan’s King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein, arrived last month in Morocco for an official visit, which was reported as part of the King Abdullah’s visit to Arab countries to invite them to the summit.
During their meeting, both King Mohamed VI and the Jordanian King consolidated their longstanding ties and discussed the political development that the region is experiencing.
They also reaffirmed the importance of cooperating to strengthen the field of security in the Arab world, for the purpose of counteracting the terrorist challenges that the region face.
They will seek to jointly coordinate with each other in this field to fight terrorism and assume their responsibilities by conducting religious discourses that conform to the precept of the Islamic religion.