Amman – Sputnik. "Safadi and Lavrov stressed the importance of the summit meeting between King Abdullah II and Russian President Vladimir Putin next month in strengthening the bilateral relations between the two countries and increasing cooperation in efforts to resolve regional crises," the foreign ministry said in a statement. .
During their meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, the two ministers stressed "the keenness of the two countries on the importance of the development of relations between the two countries, which is based on the basis of trust and mutual keenness to increase the cooperation devoted by His Majesty King Abdullah II and President Putin."
Safadi and Lavrov reviewed regional developments, especially with regard to the Palestinian issue and the Syrian crisis. Safadi praised Russia's firm stance in supporting the two-state solution, stressing the seriousness of the Israeli unilateral measures that perpetuate the occupation and undermine the chances for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the lines of June 4 with Jerusalem as its capital on the lines of June 4, 1967. Violates international law and threatens regional and international peace and security.
Regarding the efforts to solve the Syrian crisis, Safadi and Lavrov stressed the importance of agreeing on the formation of the constitutional committee as an important step towards a political solution to the crisis. Safadi stressed the need to join efforts to build on the agreement quickly and effectively to reach a comprehensive solution to the crisis to end the destruction and destruction acceptable to the Syrians and restore Syria's security, stability and role and rid it of terrorist gangs and allows the conditions of voluntary return of refugees.
In a meeting with UN envoy to Syria, Ged Pederson, Safadi affirmed the Kingdom's appreciation of the efforts exerted by the United Nations in achieving the agreement and affirmed his support for the role of the UN envoy and his next steps to launch the work of the constitutional committee and the success of its work.