Amman, Minister of Interior, Salama Hammad, discussed on Thursday with the Bahraini ambassador to Jordan, Ahmed Al Rowaie, ways to develop prospects of bilateral relations, especially in the security and police fields.
During the meeting, the two officials discussed the necessary measures to facilitate joint cooperation, through forging mechanisms that support economic and security partnership.
Discussions also tackled the reform process in the two kingdoms and the latest developments on the Arab and regional arenas.
Hammad noted the “deep-rooted, longstanding” relations between the two countries “naturally” reflect the close coordination and consultation between the leaderships of the two countries, which led to crystalizing “firm” positions on all Arab, regional and international issues.
On furthering ties, the minister expressed Jordan’s readiness to provide all its expertise in all fields to the Bahraini side, adding overcoming the challenges and difficulties facing the Arab countries requires opening wider cooperation areas within the framework of joint Arab action.
For his part, the envoy said care provided by the two kingdom’s leaderships made the bilateral relations a model of pan-Arab ties to serve common interests.
Source: Jordan News Agency