Amman, Jordan Jordanian King Abdullah II and Moroccan King Mohammed VI expressed their satisfaction with the victory of Iraq by making great sacrifices on the Daesh terrorist organization, confirming that Jordan and Morocco stand by Iraq in the process of reconstruction and stability.
According to a statement issued by the Royal Hashemite Diwan, the two leaders stressed that the defense of Al-Quds and its holy sites and protecting them from all attempts to change their historical, legal and political status, and their religious and civilizational monuments of Islam and Christianity is a high priority for the two brotherly countries.
In their talks ahead of the Arab summit in Tunis on Sunday, the two leaders reiterated their full support for the Palestinian people to regain all their legitimate rights and enable them to establish their independent Palestinian state on the lines of June 4, 1967, with East Quds as its capital, on the basis of relevant international resolutions and the initiative by the Arab peace initiative and the principle of a two-state solution.
They affirmed their rejection of all unilateral steps and actions taken by Israel, as the occupying Power, to alter the existing legal and historical situation, the demographic situation and the spiritual and historical character of East Quds, especially in the Islamic and Christian holy sites in the Holy City.
They also affirmed that, in accordance with the resolutions of international legitimacy, the Golan was an occupied Syrian territory and that Israel's decision to annex the occupied Golan was illegal and invalid and constituted a violation of the resolutions of international legitimacy, in particular Security Council resolutions.
With regard to bilateral relations, the two leaders agreed to promote cooperation between the two countries to the level of strategic multi-faceted partnership, and to maintain the approach of consultation and coordination between them.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency