Algeria-Jordan: Need to expand bilateral cooperation

APS : Sunday, 04 December 2022

ALGIERS-Algeria and Jordan affirmed, Sunday, the importance of expanding their bilateral cooperation to other sectors in order to achieve common and solitary development, and thus reach the growth and prosperity
of both countries, according to the joint Algerian-Jordanian Declaration at the end of King Abdullah II bin Hussein’s visit in Algeria.

President of the Republic, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, and King Abdullah II hailed the achievements in the pharmaceutical industry sector and the experience of “the successful cooperation between Algerian and Jordanian factories in this field,” according to the source.

The two leaders invited officials in both countries to launch “steps likely to encourage investors and businessmen to explore the opportunities and means offered in the economic, investment and commercial fields, and to finalize the relevant agreements.

They also stressed “the importance of expanding bilateral cooperation to other sectors, including health care, energy, therapeutic tourism, hospitality, transport, aviation training, culture, higher education and cultural exchanges between universities and other sectors, with a view to achieving joint and mutually supportive development, thus achieving growth and prosperity for the two brotherly countries and peoples.”

To this end, President Tebboune and King Abdullah II gave guidelines to the officials of the two countries to “begin preparations for the next session of the Grand Joint Commission, to be held in 2023.”

In addition, the two leaders also discussed, on the occasion of this two-day visit, “the strengthening of joint Arab action in the face of common challenges, to better serve the Arab causes, thus, His Majesty King Abdullah II congratulated his brother, President Abdelmadjid Tebboune for the success of the 31st Arab Summit in Algiers, held on November 1 and 2, 2022,” the statement said.

The two leaders stressed “the centrality of the Palestinian cause and the importance of a just solution that can guarantee all the legitimate rights of the brotherly Palestinian people on the basis of the two-state solution, which enshrines the independent and sovereign State of Palestine on the borders of 4 June 1967, with al Quds as its capital.”

The two leaders stressed “the importance of enshrining Palestinian unity and ending the division.”

The Jordanian monarch highlighted the efforts of the President of the Republic to reduce differences and consolidate Palestinian unity, and welcomed all “initiatives in this direction.”

At the international level, the two leaders stressed the imperative of establishing “international relations based on the UN Charter (…) and on respect for the sovereignty of States and the preservation of their security and stability.”

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