President of Republic receives written message from King Abdullah II of Jordan | Tunisia News Gazette

President of Republic receives written message from King Abdullah II of Jordan

President Beji CaA�d Essebsi, on Thursday, received a written message from King Abdullah II bin al-Hussein as he met at Carthage Palace Jordanian Prime Minister Hani Al-Mulki,

According to a statement from the Presidency of the Republic, the message was handed over to the head of state by the Jordanian prime minister, who is currently leading a delegation from his country to participate in the 9th session of the Tunisian-Jordanian High Joint Commission that is taking place in Tunis from November 21 to 23.

The message is about ways to strengthen the historical relations established between Tunisia and Jordan, through bolstering the ties of co-operation and strategic partnership between the two countries and enhancing coordination and consultation on issues of common interest.

While commending the excellent fraternal relations established between Jordan and Tunisia, the Prime Minister of Jordan emphasised his country’s willingness to foster the co-operative relations with Tunisia in all areas, so as to raise them to the level of the excellent and close relations established between the two countries.

He said: “the regional and international mutations require strengthening co-operation and solidarity between the Arab countries and demand a rapid reform of the system of Arab action to make a united front against the dangers and threats facing the region.”

Corroborating the words of the Prime Minister of Jordan, the President of the Republic affirmed that the galloping changes underwent by the world and the great challenges they impose, particularly that of terrorism invite the Arab countries to show an additional solidarity co-operation and to set aside conflicts between them.

While voicing full satisfaction at the development of the fraternal relations established between Tunisia and Jordan, Caid Essebsi said “these relations are marked by harmony and agreement and nourished by a real desire to raise them to upper levels, he pointed out.

The Jordanian prime minister’s visit will certainly contribute to giving a fresh impetus to bilateral relations in the interests of the two brotherly peoples, he was quoted as saying in the same statement.

Source: TAP News Agency

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