Interior Minister Mazen Al-Farayeh met in Istanbul, Turkey, today, Wednesday, with his Turkish counterpart, Suleiman Soylu, on the sidelines of the Interpol meetings in which Jordan is participating. And currently held there.
The meeting dealt with ways to develop and enhance aspects of bilateral cooperation between the two friendly countries, especially in the field of combating terrorism and crime, in addition to the issue of refugees and the responsibilities entrusted to the two countries as a result of hosting a large number of them.
During the meeting, Minister Al-Frayeh stressed the strength and depth of Jordanian-Turkish relations, whose foundations were laid by the two wise leaderships of the two countries in various fields, stressing the need to move forward in building, supporting and strengthening them, especially in the security and economic fields in a way that achieves their common interests.
Al-Faraya pointed out that Jordan has been subjected to many waves of refugees throughout its history, which put great pressure on its limited resources and capabilities. His humanitarian message towards refugees on behalf of the whole world.
For his part, the Turkish minister affirmed his country's keenness to strengthen the bonds of bilateral cooperation between the two countries and open
Broader areas to strengthen the existing relations between them, especially in the security and economic fields.
At the end of the meeting, the two sides agreed to maintain communication and coordination on all issues of common concern, in addition to continuing to make the necessary efforts to confront terrorism and crime of all kinds.