King Abdullah of Jordan held talks on Tuesday with Polish President Andrzej Duda on bolstering cooperation and the latest regional developments.
King Abdullah underlined the deep-rooted ties between the two countries, thanking the Polish President for the warm welcome.
He stressed Jordan’s commitment to working towards peace and stability in the region, adding that the Kingdom is dedicated to peace as a strategic choice.
The King highlighted full support of all efforts towards just and comprehensive peace between the Palestinians and the Israelis, on the basis of the two-state solution, guaranteeing the establishment of an independent, sovereign, and viable Palestinian state on the 4 June 1967 lines with East Jerusalem as its capital.
He then commended Poland’s support for peace based on the two-state solution, stressing the need to maintain support for UNRWA to sustain its relief services in line with its UN mandate.
The King also highlighted the need to continue international efforts to counter terrorism within a holistic approach.
For his part, President Duda welcomed the king and noted the two countries’ keenness to bolster the ties of friendship and cooperation across all sectors.
Discussions covered means to enhance economic, trade, tourism, agricultural, and defense cooperation. The talks also tackled the need to reach political solutions to regional crises.
The two leaders discussed food security and means to counter COVID-19, with His Majesty stressing the importance of international cooperation.