Jordan's King Abdullah II, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi and Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed met in Cairo on Sunday (yesterday).
The Jordanian court said in a statement that the three leaders stressed that the current challenges and crises, with all their complexities and cross-border implications, require coordination of efforts, strengthening of joint Arab action and activation of regional cooperation, especially in food and energy security crises. Is.
According to the Al-Khaleej Online website, the three leaders also stressed that they would never spare any effort to restore calm to Jerusalem and end tensions in order to provide a suitable environment for Palestinian worshipers to perform their religious rites without any restrictions. .
They also stressed respect for Jordan's historic role in supporting Islamic and Christian holy sites in occupied Jerusalem and the need to support Palestinian stability.
The leaders of the three countries also called for an end to all Israeli actions that undermine opportunities for peace and a political horizon to return to serious and effective negotiations to resolve the Palestinian issue on the basis of a two-state solution.