Amman is ready for joint steps to prevent undesirable scenarios around Afghanistan. Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman al-Safadi said this at a press conference following a meeting with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in Ankara on Tuesday.
He stressed that the new Afghan government must bring security, stability and reconciliation to the country. “The priority should be to prevent chaos, protect all local residents and foreigners, and unite all sectors of society around the idea of reconciliation,” Safadi explained.
According to him, during the meeting with Cavusoglu, along with bilateral ties, processes in Libya, Palestine and Iraq were also discussed.
The Jordanian foreign minister also drew attention to the Syrian crisis, urging the international community to take responsibility for sharing the refugee burden.
In addition, the Jordanian Foreign Minister also announced the signing of a new agreement on economic cooperation with Turkey, which will replace the free trade agreement, which did not bring the expected results to the parties.
The Anadolu Agency’s website publishes in a shortened form . .(HAS).