Amman — Arabs hands are extended to the brothers in Iran if they stopped threatening the region’s security and stability, including its support of the terrorist militias and pursuit of nuclear weapons, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister Prince Faisal Bin Farhan said.
The minister’s statement came at the joint press conference held with his Jordanian counterpart Ayman Safadi in the Jordanian capital, Amman. They discussed the brotherly relationship between the two countries, adding that Saudi Arabia and Jordan share a well-established history of brotherly relations based on respect and cooperation.
Prince Faisal discussed with his Jordanian counterpart ways to create opportunities for developing economic and trade relations and ways to develop and enhance prosperity between the two countries.
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The two counterparts touched on the terrorist attacks against the Kingdom, as Prince Faisal appreciated the position of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, which rejects all attacks against Saudi Arabia against civilian areas and objects by the terrorist Houthi militia backed by Iran.
During the conference, the two sides discussed Iran’s destabilizing role for security and stability in the region and the world and its support for militias. In addition, they stressed the importance of intensifying efforts to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons.
Meanwhile, they reviewed the recent developments in Afghanistan and the need to stand with the Afghan people during their humanitarian crisis.