Egypt’s Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, discussed developments to support the Palestinian cause in Cairo with Jordanian counterpart Minister Ayman Al-Safadi, the Egyptian foreign ministry said in a statement.
According to the Egyptian foreign ministry, Shoukry discussed with Al-Safadi the results of the talks held recently with the different concerned parties as part of the preparations to the quartet meeting between Egypt, Jordan, Germany, and France on Monday in order to revive the Middle East peace process.
This coming meeting aims to encourage Palestinians and Israelis to restart negotiations in order to reach a just and comprehensive political resettlement based on the two-state solution, with an independent Palestinian state based on the 4 June 1967 borders with its capital being East Jerusalem.
The two ministers also discussed the latest developments in the region, especially in Syria, Libya, and Yemen, where both parties agreed on the necessity to stop foreign intervention in Arab countries and reach peaceful solutions for these crises in accordance with the needs of Arab National Security.
The new Jordanian ambassador to Cairo, Amjad Adaileh, attended the meeting.