King Mohammed and king Abdallah hold private talks
Jordan-Morocco, Politics, 5/29/2002
Morocco's King Mohammed VI and King Abdallah of Jordan held on Monday night tete-a-tete talks at the Royal cabinet in Amman. Following these talks, the Jordanian sovereign hosted a dinner in honor of King Mohammed VI and the delegation accompanying the sovereign in his visit to Jordan. The princes of Jordan, prime minister, Ali Abu Raghib, government members, ambassadors of Arab and Islamic countries in Amman and other civil and military officials also attended the dinner.
The sovereign arrived on Monday night in Amman, first leg of a tour that will also lead the sovereign to Syria, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
The local press reports that the two Arab heads of state insisted that any vision for peace in the Middle East should be based on the United Nations resolutions 242, 338 and 1397 and on the Arab peace plan adopted by the Arab summit held in March in Beirut. "The Jordan Times" stresses that the two sovereigns underscored that the Arab peace initiative is a bold and earnest stance by Arabs to find a fair and comprehensive settlement that will guarantee stability and security in the region. The two sovereigns further said Israeli continuous aggressions against the Palestinian territories are complicating the situation and that ending violence is the only means to resume the peace process.
The paper further reports that King Mohammed VI and King Abdallah also examined means to consolidate economic relations and trade between the two Arab states.
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