Jamal Ibrahim, agencies (Oman)
Yesterday, Jordan’s King Abdullah II stressed the importance of the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas leading to an “extended truce that pushes towards a political solution that achieves the Palestinians’ legitimate rights,” stressing that there is no alternative to the two-state solution to achieve a just and comprehensive peace.
A statement issued by the royal debt said: King Abdullah stressed, during his meeting at the Al-Husseiniya Palace in Amman, the head of the Senate and a number of the heads of the council’s committees, “the importance of intensifying efforts at the Arab and international levels to translate the cease-fire in the Palestinian territories into an extended truce, pushing towards a political solution that achieves The Palestinian brothers have their legitimate rights. ”
He added, “There is no alternative to the two-state solution, to achieve a just and comprehensive peace,” referring to his “repeated warnings of the repercussions of the stalemate in the peace process.”
He explained that “Jordan puts all its capabilities and diplomatic relations in the service of the Palestinian cause,” reaffirming that “the Kingdom continues to make all efforts to protect Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, out of the Hashemite guardianship over them.”
He stressed “the need to strengthen the steadfastness and support of the Jerusalemites, and to help the brothers in Gaza to alleviate their suffering after the Israeli aggression.”
On the other hand, the Jordanian monarch issued directives to his country’s government to “implement a package of additional measures to support and support the Palestinian brothers in Al-Quds Al-Sharif and the Gaza Strip,” according to a statement by the royal court. These measures include “operating convoys of medical and relief aid