Jordan’s King Abdullah II underscored on Tuesday the strength of relations between Riyadh and Amman.
King Abdullah received Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan bin Abdullah, who relayed to him the greetings of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz.
Meeting at the Al Husseiniya Palace west of Amman, Prince Faisal presented him with a letter from King Salman on the historic bilateral relations that bind the two kingdoms. It also stressed cooperation and coordination over regional issues.
King Abdullah stated that Saudi-Jordanian ties “are strong and cannot be destabilized by doubts and rumors.”
He hailed King Salman’s support to Jordan as it confronts various challenges, including the recent sedition case that has been resolved.
Riyadh’s stances and honest support reflect its policy and the policy of its leadership that constantly stands by Amman, he added.
Moreover, he remarked that the security of Jordan and Saudi Arabia were indivisible. The two kingdoms stand united in confronting all challenges.
Prince Faisal expressed his country’s keenness on bolstering cooperation with Jordan.
The meeting tackled bilateral ties, with the officials emphasizing the need to maintain coordination over various issues of common interest to achieve their interests and serve greater Arab causes.