Mohammed VI reassured the Jordanian ruler over their counties stabilities

The king of Morocco, Mohammed VI, was the first head of state on Sunday to contact King Abdallah II of Jordan after the events that took place in Amman on Saturday. From what is known, the Moroccan sovereign had a telephone conversation with King Abdallah, considered a brother and a friend, early on Sunday morning. The interview was an opportunity to reassure the king of the situation on the basis of the data that the Jordanian ruler shared with Mohammed VI. In the phone calls, Mohammed VI himself reiterated Morocco’s full and natural solidarity with Jordan and full support for all decisions taken by King Abdallah to consolidate the country’s security and stability. As Moroccan sources know, the conversation concretized the strong historical and family ties between the two sovereigns and the two Kingdoms, as well as between the two countries.


				
				

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