FMs of Egypt, Jordan, Iraq discuss partnership, regional issues


CAIRO: Egypt, Jordan and Iraq have agreed to prevent intervention in regional affairs to restore peace and security in the Middle East.

This was stated by Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry at a press conference after a tripartite meeting of Foreign ministers of the three countries, in Cario.

He said the continuous Palestinian-Israeli conflict endangers security of the whole region.

Sameh Shoukry said the issues of Libya and Syria were also discussed in the meeting.

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