The King of Jordan discusses in the Emirates and Bahrain developments in the situation in Gaza

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King Abdullah II of Jordan, in the UAE and Bahrain, on Thursday, held discussions on regional developments and “dangerous” developments in the Gaza Strip.

This came during a meeting between Emirati President Mohammed bin Zayed and Bahraini King Hamad bin Issa, as part of an official visit of unannounced duration, which included Abu Dhabi and Manama, according to two statements from the Royal Court, of which Anadolu received a copy.

The first statement stated that the meeting between the King and Bin Zayed discussed “the strong relations and deep bonds that bring together the two brotherly countries and peoples, and the importance of strengthening them in various fields.”

He also discussed the latest regional developments, most notably the Palestinian issue and the dangerous developments in the Gaza Strip.

During the meeting, it was emphasized “the necessity of reaching an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza, protecting civilians, and providing adequate aid to the people in the Strip,” according to the same statement.

The two sides also stressed “the necessity of finding a political horizon for the Palestinian issue on the basis of the two-state solution, leading to the Palestinian brothers obtaining their full legitimate rights.”

They emphasized continuing coordination and consultation on issues of common interest, in a way that serves the interests of both countries and preserves the security and stability of the region.

In his meeting with his Bahraini counterpart, at Sakhir Palace, west of the Kingdom, the two sides discussed the current situation in the region, especially the dangerous developments witnessed in Gaza, according to the second statement.

“The necessity of an immediate and permanent ceasefire, the protection of civilians, and the continued delivery of humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip were stressed.”

The statement stressed “the importance of intensifying efforts to end the Palestinian-Israeli conflict in accordance with the two-state solution (Palestinian and Israeli), which guarantees stability and security for all, and enables the Palestinian brothers to obtain their just and legitimate rights.”

Since October 7, 2023, the Israeli army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza, leaving tens of thousands of civilian casualties, most of them children and women, and massive destruction and ongoing famine that has claimed the lives of children and women, according to Palestinian and UN data.

Despite its appearance before the International Court of Justice on charges of committing “genocide,” Israel continues its war on the Strip, which it has besieged for 17 years and is inhabited by about 2.3 million Palestinians who suffer catastrophic conditions.

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