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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - AMMAN/LONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has expressed his country’s full support for Jordan's security and stability under the leadership of King Abdullah II in a phone call on Tuesday, Jordan’s News Agency reported, citing an official statement.
During the call, King Abdullah II and Prime Minister Johnson reviewed strong ties between the two countries, and means to bolster cooperation across all sectors, the statement added.
PM Johnson congratulated Jordan’s King Abdullah II on the occasion of Jordan’s centenary, noting the close relationship between our two countries over the last 100 years and hopes to strengthen that partnership even further in the future, according to a statement from the British government.
“The leaders agreed to continue working together to ensure regional stability and prosperity. The prime minister commended Jordan’s constructive role in the Middle East Peace Process and custodianship of the holy sites in Jerusalem,” the statement read.
According to the statement, they also discussed the global response COVID-19, as well as climate change and efforts to protect biodiversity in the Middle East ahead of COP26.
King Abdullah II also passed on his deepest condolences on the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, a long-standing friend, and supporter of Jordan, the statement added.
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