The Jordanian Parliamentary Brotherhood Association met with the Arab Maghreb countries.
today, Sunday, under the chairmanship of Representative Mujem Al-Saqour, Algerian Ambassador to Amman Mohamed Sharif Korta.
During the meeting, ways of enhancing relations between the two brotherly countries were discussed.
The First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Ahmed Al-Khalayleh, said during the meeting.
which was attended by the heads of the two parliamentary committees: Khaldoun Haya,
the parliamentary foreign affairs, and Omar Al-Naber, the economy and investment.
The bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries are deep, which calls for strengthening them in all fields, especially the parliamentary ones.
He pointed to the constant keenness of both sides to maintain constant communication on the most important regional.
and international issues of common interest, especially after the recent royal visit to Algeria.
Al-Khalayleh indicated that the relations between the two countries are witnessing further growth, progress and prosperity in various fields.
This is an embodiment of the national and national aspirations that were established by the leaders of the two countries at different times .
and reinforced by His Majesty King Abdullah II and his brother Abdel Majeed Tebboune.
Al-Suqur described the Jordanian-Algerian relations as “solid and strong”,
and they are in continuous development with the efforts of the leaders of the two brotherly countries.
He referred to the common stances between the two countries towards local and international issues,
especially the Palestinian cause and the Hashemite Custodianship over the Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem.
He stressed the Parliament’s keenness, and based on the directives of His Majesty King Abdullah II,
the need to strengthen brotherly relations with the countries of the Arab Maghreb, including Algeria, in various fields, especially parliamentary ones.
And activating the work of the brotherhood and friendship committees between the two councils,
with the aim of strengthening relations and building on the achievements that have been made that would advance bilateral relations and joint Arab action.
The deputies demanded: Ayman Madanat, Faiza Odaibat, Khaled Al-Bastanji, Salem Al-Omari, Dina Al-Bashir and Magdi Al-Yaqoub.
The need to reactivate the joint committees, increase agreements, investments and trade interdependence,
and remove all obstacles facing joint action, stressing the importance of signing a memorandum of understanding with the Algerian Parliament.
For his part, Ambassador Korta praised the cooperation achieved in all sectors, calling for increasing trade exchange .
between the two countries, and taking steps to encourage investors and businessmen.
Korta offered condolences to the family of the martyr and the Jordanian people for the martyrdom of Colonel Abdul Razzaq Al Dalabeh.