Amman, 11 August 2022 (TDI): Yemen Minister of Foreign & Expatriates Affairs Ahmad Awad bin Mubarak met Prince of Jordan, Hassan bin Talal, also the President of the Arab Thought Forum.
The Yemeni Foreign Minister Awad bin Mubarak briefed the Prince of Jordan on the current development in Yemen in light of the current challenges.
شرفت بلقاء صاحب السمو الملكي #الامير_الحسن_بن_طلال رئيس #منتدى_الفكر_العربي ،المحب لليمن – شعباً وحضارة، اطلعته على التطورات السياسية في #اليمن في ظل التحديات الحالية، وقد كان كريماً في نصحه وعميقاً في فهمه للوضع في اليمن بابعاده المختلفة. pic.twitter.com/R4sSi9baqn
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During the meeting, the Yemeni Foreign Minister praised the position of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in support of the Yemeni people and legitimate government, according to the statement of the Yemeni Foreign Ministry.
Foreign Minister bin Mubarak also stressed the need to improve cooperation between the two countries at different levels.
Prince of Jordan praised the brotherly relations between the two countries that bind the people of the two countries.
Furthermore, the Arab Thought Forum president also expressed his confidence in the Yemeni people. He also expressed hope that the Yemeni people are capable of restoring their civilized and cultural glory.
The Yemeni Ambassador to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Ali Ahmed Al-Amrani also attended the meeting.
Meeting with President of Senate
Minister Ahmed Awad bin Mubarak also met the President of the Senate of Jordan, Faisal Al-Fayez. The two sides stressed good relations between the countries.
Minister of Foreign Affairs reviewed the situation in Yemen. He also briefed about the sufferings of the people as a result of war and the government’s efforts to achieve a just and comprehensive peace.
The President of the Jordanian Senate, Faisal Al-Fayez stressed the need to enhance cooperation between the two countries at all levels.
Moreover, the Foreign Minister described the current UN-brokered truce as “fragile”. According to him, no previous agreements were honored by the Houthis.