Morocco and Jordan unite their voices in anti-American claim on Jerusalem and Golan heights

Morocco and Jordan unite their voices in anti-American claim on Jerusalem and Golan heights | Русская весна

The Jordanian King Abdullah II wrapped up Thursday evening a working visit to Morocco during which bilateral ties have been deepened and unified positions were expressed regarding key regional issues.

Earlier on Thursday, King Abdullah II and the Moroccan King Mohammed VI held talks at the Casablanca Royal Palace.

The two kings reaffirmed their support to the two-state solution for settling the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

They reiterated “full support to the Palestinian people for the recovery of all their legitimate rights and the establishment of independent Palestinian State, within the borders set in 1967, with East Jerusalem as its capital.”

The two leaders also reaffirmed rejection of all “unilateral measures taken by Israel, as an occupying force, to change the legal and historical status quo and the demographic situation, as well as the spiritual and historical character of East Jerusalem.”

They deemed as their countries’ “absolute priority” to defend Jerusalem and its sacred sites and their preservation against all attempts to alter their legal, historical and political status and their Muslim and Christian religious and civilizational character.

In addition, the two sides described Israel’s decision to annex the occupied Golan Heights as “illegal and invalid and constitutes a violation of the resolutions of international legitimacy.”

As for the Syrian issue, they stressed the need to end the Syrian crisis through a political solution which preserves the unity and cohesion of the country, calling for an effective Arab role and concerted efforts to reach this endeavor.

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