Safadi said that the Palestinian cause was at the forefront of their discussion on regional developments, expressing appreciation for Poland’s support of a two-state solution that guarantees the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital, to guarantee its people’s rights and ensure lasting and encompassing peace.
Hammoudeh Sabbagh representing Syria attended the meeting for the first time since the country’s conflict broke out in 2011.
Syriens Geschäftsträger, Alusch, bezeichnete die Konferenz der Union der arabischen Parlamente im März in Amman als wichtig.
The Egyptian president was also received by the acting prime minister, the Senate president, the Lower House speaker, the president of the Judicial Council, the president of the Constitutional Court, the Royal Court chief, the King’s advisor, the director of the King’s office, the King’s advisors, the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, the cabinet ministers, the directors of the intelligence, public security, gendarmerie and civil defense departments, the mayor of Amman, senior civic and military officials, Jordan’s ambassador to Egypt and the Egyptian ambassador to Jordan.
Stability in Jordan is seen as fundamental to the region and in the wake of protests Amman was offered a $2.5 billion aid package from three Gulf backers.
More than $1 billion has already been deposited in the central bank by Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, a Jordanian government source said in October.
King Abdullah II reiterated his stance on Jerusalem during a meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Amman