Amman, 04 Jumadil Akhir 1437/14 March 2016 (MINA) – Minister of Foreign and Expatriates Affairs, Nasser Judeh, on Sunday, discussed with Indonesian Foreign Minister, Retno Marsudi, ways to boost relations between Jordan and Indonesia in various domains and a number of Middle East issues.
The meeting dealt with the latest developments regarding the war against terrorism which became a threat to the whole world. The two ministers stressed the need to bolster coordination and cooperation between Muslim countries, Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) reported, quoting Petra.
The talks also touched on the Palestinian issue and efforts to bring about the two-state solution which entails the establishment of an independent and viable Palestinian state on Palestinian national soil.
The Indonesian minister said her country is keen to cement ties with Jordan, especially in economic spheres.
The two ministers signed an agreement on exempting holders of diplomatic passports from visa requirements and another agreement on diplomatic training and education. (T/R07/R01)
Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)