Ayman Safadi: Arab Countries Seek Good and Healthy Relations with Iran
He also stressed the need to resolve tension surrounding the Gulf-Iranian matter, noting that “Arab countries do not want tense relations with Iran
Today, March 4th, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates, Nasser Bourita and his Jordanian counterpart H.E Ayman Safadi met to oversee the inauguration of Jordan’s General Consulate in Laayoune.
During the press conference, the two ministers touched upon a number of issues which affect the region among which is the situation in the Gulf.
In this regard, Safadi said, “We are proud of the historical relations between the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the Kingdom of Morocco with the Arab Gulf states”.
He also stressed the need to resolve tension surrounding the Gulf-Iranian matter, noting that “Arab countries do not want tense relations with Iran. All Arab countries want good healthy relations with Iran based on international law, non-interference in internal affairs and respect for good neighborliness.”
On a final note, the minister highlighted the importance of building regional relations on the basis of the aforementioned principles, assuring that there will be no reason for continuing tension if these principles are respected.