Jordan and Morocco share decades-long diplomatic ties and friendship.
“All thanks and esteem to my brother and cousin, HM King Mohammed VI, for his position concerning Jordan and Al Quds, and I am proud of his positions,” said the Jordanian monarch on Monday.
He also applauded the high level of diplomatic ties between Morocco and Jordan.
King Abdullah II made his remarks during a meeting he convened with the members of the Jerusalem Awqaf Council and Jerusalem Church Council, Jerusalemites, and representatives of the Arab Israelis.
During the meeting, King Abdullah II also reiterated his country’s unwavering position on the Palestinian cause and Jerusalem.
He emphasized that his country’s position is clear and would never change.
Addressing the attendees, the Jordanian monarch said: “We stand with you in the face of challenges.” He also extended his thanks to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Along with King Mohammed VI, the Jordanian monarch has expressed his support for the Palestinian cause at a different event.
Amid tension in the region, King Abdullah II to flew to Morocco in March to discuss the wide range of issues driving politics in the Middle East, including the Palestinian cause.
During their meeting, King Mohammed VI and King Abdullah II emphasized the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people to establish their independent state with East Jerusalem as its capital.
Both monarchs condemned Israel’s growing worrying policies in Jerusalem. They said Israeli authorities are undermining the city’s legal and historical status, as well as its demographic and spiritual make-up.