Jordan’s king discusses with head of al-Hekmah Movement the relations between the two countries


Today, Monday, Jordan’s King Abdullah II welcomed Ammar al-Hakim, head of al-Hekmah Movement in Iraq, at Al Husseiniya Palace, where they discussed the relations between the two countries and their peoples.

The meeting was attended by the King’s secretary Jaafar Hassan, the head of the Jordanian intelligence agency Major-General Ahmed Hosni, and the king’s senior advisor for religious and cultural affairs Prince Ghazi bin Mohammad.

Jordanian king stressed the pivotal role of Iraq in enhancing regional security and stability in the region. For his part, al-Hakim commended Jordan’s regional and international role, praising bilateral relations between the two countries, and expressing his hope for developing projects between the two countries; the oil pipeline project that links the Iraqi city of Basra to the Jordanian city of Aqaba and the industrial city project on the border of the two countries.

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