Cairo - INA
The foreign ministers of Iraq, Egypt and Jordan affirmed today, Tuesday, to strengthen cooperation and activate memoranda of understanding between the three countries.
Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein said during a joint press conference with his Egyptian and Jordanian counterparts after the tripartite meeting and attended by the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The position of the Iraqi government is to adopt dialogue to solve problems with neighboring countries," noting that "he spoke with his Egyptian and Jordanian counterparts in the meeting." Trio in different fields. "
Hussein added, "Cairo will host a meeting of the ministers of the three countries to activate the memoranda of understanding."
For his part, Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry affirmed that "the three countries are working to crystallize the effectiveness of cooperation between them," indicating that "the two societies seek to activate the legal frameworks that govern relations between the three countries and to support cooperation between the peoples of the three countries."
Shoukry added, "The tripartite cooperation does not target any party and that Arab water security has priority in the dialogue."
For his part, Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi affirmed that the regional conflict poses a threat to the region, noting that "achieving Arab security requires greater cooperation."