Foreign ministers of Egypt, Jordan, Iraq discuss economic cooperation and regional crises
The Jordanian foreign minister Ayman Safadi stressed the continuation of cooperation between Iraq, Egypt, and Jordan, in addition to the systematic institutional work to serve the interests of the country, as he put it.
His remarks came during a press conference held today, Wednesday, with his Iraqi and Egyptian counterparts Fouad Hussein and Sameh Shoukry, in Jordan’s capital, Amman.
They discussed ways of cooperation, coordination and strategic integration within the framework of the tripartite cooperation mechanism between Jordan, Egypt, and Iraq.
The Jordanian minister underscored their ability to solve the region’s crises through a mechanism and plan to mitigate the effects of crises.
For his part, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry indicated that this meeting aims to strengthen relations between the three countries to serve economic interests in the region.
Shoukry also highlighted Iraq’s important role in stabilizing and supporting Arab and regional countries and referred to plans to promote economic development projects.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein stressed the need to address differences and crises through continuous dialogue with all parties.
The Iraqi minister also said that no foreign party would be allowed to interfere in the country’s affairs, according to the constitution of the Republic of Iraq.