Kingdom of Jordan: The office of the Prime Ministry of Jordan has recently shared an update regarding the bilateral meeting held between the Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Jordan, Dr Bashar Al-Khasaouna and Libyan Speaker Aqila Saleh in the House of Representatives on March 14, 2023 (Tuesday).
According to the updates, the officials from the Prime Minister’s office shared the news through the official social media handle and cited that “Prime Minister Dr Bashar Al-Khasaouna received Libyan Speaker Aqila Saleh in his office in the House of Representatives on Tuesday.”
In addition, during the meeting, several other top government officials attended the meeting, including the Speaker of Parliament, Ahmed Al-Safdi, and a number of ministers and deputies, the Prime Minister affirmed the depth of the historical relationship and mutual ties that unites the two sister countries and peoples.
Both countries have been sharing a long-standing alliance of joint interest to strengthen and develop in various spheres. On his part, Prime Minister Al Khasaouna further affirmed the great position that Libya occupies in Jordan as a leader and people.
Furthermore, he noted that Jordan stands with the leadership of King Abdullah II and his support for all ambitious political efforts to protect Libya’s unity, ensure its security and stability, and restore it’s Arabic and international role.
While extending his remarks, The Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Jordan expressed the government’s readiness to cooperate with sister country Libya in various fields, especially regarding capacity building, the medical field and infrastructure.
Moreover, in his turn, the Libyan Speaker of Parliament praised Jordan’s continued stand led by King Abdullah II with Libya and its people, asserting the close and historic relationship that unites the two sister countries and peoples.
The reports have also stated that during the meeting, ministers were present such as Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Local Administration Tawfiq Krishan, Minister of State for Prime Minister’s Affairs Dr Ibrahim Al-Jazi, and Minister for Political and Parliamentary Affairs Engineer Wajeh Aziza, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Ahmed Al-Khalaila, and Libyan Ambassador to the Kingdom Abdul Basit Al-Badri.