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Morocco, Jordan Set to Boost Strategic Partnership

Morocco and Jordan on Tuesday expressed their willingness to further promote bilateral cooperation and multinational strategic partnership, calling for an end to the war on Gaza.

During talks between Morocco’s Head of Government Aziz Akhannouch, and his Jordanian counterpart Bisher Al-Khasawneh, on the sidelines of the High-Level International Conference on the Urgent Humanitarian Response for Gaza, held in the Dead Sea region, both ministers reviewed several areas of common interest, hailing the long-standing relations between the two Kingdoms, led by King Mohammed VI and his brother, King Abdullah II.

During the meeting, Akhannouch commended Jordan’s initiative to host this international conference and the Hashemite Kingdom’s interest in the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip.

He also highlighted the complementary roles of the two Sovereigns, King Mohammed VI and King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein, to put an end to the war on Gaza and to deliver humanitarian aid to the population, under Morocco’s chairmanship of the Al-Quds Committee and the Hashemite trusteeship over the Islamic and Christian sites in Al-Quds.

Jordan, Egypt, and the United Nations co-organized the High-Level International Conference on the Urgent Humanitarian Response for Gaza as a “Call for action.”

UN Secretary-General António Guterres was invited as well as leaders from over 75 countries, and representatives of humanitarian organizations and international financial institutions worldwide.