Abu Dhabi Crown Prince, King of Jordan discuss bilateral ties, regional developments

DUBAI, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan held talks on Wednesday with Jordanian King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein.

In statements after the reception of the Jordanian King, Sheikh Mohammad bin Zayed said that talks tackled means to bolster bilateral relations.

He added that the UAE is closely co-ordinating with Jordan on the current regional developments to protect the supreme interests of Arab countries and ensure security and stability in the region, including safeguarding the freedom of navigation.

King Abdullah underlined the Kingdom’s solidarity with the UAE in all the measures it is taking to ensure its security and stability, reaffirming that the security of the UAE and Gulf region at large is an integral part of Jordan’s security.

The two leaders directed the foreign ministers of the two countries as well as their chiefs-of-staff to ensure coordination of stances towards the various challenges besetting the region.

Accordingly, it has been decided the two countries will conduct joint military exercises in the foreseeable future.

Source: Kuwait News Agency