The Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman reached Jordan on a regional trip. The visit will comprehend bilateral talks at Al-Husseiniya Palace regarding Business, investments, and projects.
Prince will reportedly have meetings with the front-runners of Jordan, Turkey, and Egypt on the consolidation of consensual support.
The topics of the influence of the Ukraine conflict and arrangements for the American president’s visit to the region in the middle of July are also an important part of the discussions.
The administration of Jordan and the crown prince talked about the conduct to add to the Saudi-Egyptian relations. The discussion deliberates numerous matters of local, international, and political issues of mutual interest.
The meetings between the two administrations take in the topics of the configuration of the profound and historical deliberate partnership between Cairo and Riyadh.
The amalgamation’s purpose is to accomplish safety, constancy, growth, and harmony with a united idea of the advantage of both countries.
Both administrations sign up 14 contracts value of an aggregate of $7.7 billion. The agreements comprise the fundamental trade and industry areas, information and technology, e-commerce, medicines, groundwork, cybersecurity, foodstuff, ports, and logistics.
The visit of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will shore up the financial and governmental collaboration vital to Arab harmony.
The visit marks the first time Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the state. This is an opportunity for a new phase in Jordanian-Saudi ties and to continue a program of economic projects and new investments.
The President of Egypt Abdel Fattah el-Sisi received the crown prince at the airport.
In the previous times, Jordan and Saudi Arabia had close connections with the two kingdoms collaborating on safety matters and the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory.
Saudi Arabia and Jordan share profound concerns over regional security and peace.
The discussions and the agreements will be the new age in the arenas of energy, economy, and safety. The relations are concentrated on economic collaboration rather than mere political issues and roles.