FMs of Morocco, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Jordan Discuss Regional Issues

Jeddah – The foreign ministers of Morocco, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Jordan met on the sidelines of the preparatory meetings for the Jeddah Arab Summit to discuss regional issues and international developments, including the agreement between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Iran reached last March.

The ministers agreed to continue conversations to achieve collaborative coordination that takes into consideration the most important common interests during their meeting, during which they discussed their views and visions while protecting common Arab interests.

Nasser Bourita, the minister of foreign affairs, African cooperation, and Moroccan expatriates, met with many of his Arab counterparts on Wednesday.

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