Jordan’s King Abdullah’s one-day visit to Baghdad on Jan.
14 was hailed as “historic” by Iraqi President Barham Saleh.
It was the first trip to Iraq by the Jordanian monarch in more than a decade, and it came less than a month after the kingdom’s prime minister, Omar Razzaz, paid a visit on Dec.
28 to the Iraqi capital to sign a number of economic agreements.
A royal court statement said the king noted the strong ties between the two countries, affirming that Jordan stands by Iraq as it seeks to safeguard its security and stability, and works to fulfill the aspirations of the Iraqi people toward further prosperity and progress.
It added that the two leaders “stressed the importance of bilateral agreements in the economic, trade, investment, energy, transport and construction sectors.”
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