Amman, 16 August 2022 (TDI): Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bahrain, Dr. Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani, arrived in Amman on Tuesday. He is on an official two-day visit to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
During the visit, he will hold talks related to strengthening and developing brotherly relations between the two countries. He will also discuss issues of common interest regionally and internationally.
He was greeted upon his arrival at Queen Alia International Airport by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Ayman Safadi.
Ambassador of the Kingdom of Bahrain to Amman, Ahmed Yousef Al-Ruwai’i and senior officials in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs were also present. Ambassador of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the Kingdom of Bahrain and Dean of the Diplomatic Corps Rami Saleh Werekat Al-Adwan also joined.
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Meeting with Foreign Minister of Jordan
Al-Zayani held extensive discussions with his counterpart, Ayman Safadi. The discussions were focused on ways to strengthen the deep-rooted brotherly relations between the two kingdoms.
Both ministers also discussed the latest development in the region of the Middle East and issues of common interest, including Palestinian developments.
“The meeting was an opportunity to discuss coordination and cooperation on different issues and joint challenges, including the Palestinian issue,” Safadi told a press conference following the talks.
He said restoring the Palestinian legitimate rights is the key to establishing peace in the region. “There is no solution to this conflict without the two-state solution,” he added.
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Jordan and Bahrain mark 50 years since the launch of their diplomatic relations. Safadi said the discussions with his Bahraini counterpart also dwelt on Iran’s nuclear issue and the Ukraine crisis.
He also stressed the deep-rooted brotherly relations between the two countries, which are based on the foundations of mutual respect and shared keenness to enhance bilateral relations.