Saudi, Jordan vow strengthen ties in fight against terrorism
Both kingdoms vowed to fight terrorism by strengthening intelligence and security cooperation. (AFP/File)
Saudi's Deputy Crown Prince and Jordan’s King Abdallah, agreed to strengthen the political, economic, military and security strategic cooperation between the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Prince Mohammed is visiting Jordan at the kind invitation of King Abdallah. On Tuesday, the Deputy Crown Prince and King Abdallah said in a joint statement following the meeting, that both the kingdoms agreed to boost the existing close ties, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
The Deputy Crown Prince conveyed the greetings of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Naif, deputy prime minister and minister of the interior, to King Abdallah.
Bilateral talks were held and the talks focused on cooperation between the two brotherly countries and current developments in the region.
The two countries underlined the importance of working together in the fight against terrorism and terrorist organizations for the protection of the principles of the Islamic religion, and in defense of the security of the region and its peoples.
The two sides also stressed that the safety and security of Jordan and Saudi Arabia is one and the same.
They also discussed developments of the situation in Syria and ways to find a solution that ensures the safety and security of the Syrian people and their rights.