Jordanian king calls for halting Zionists crimes in Palestine

TEHRAN, May 17 (MNA) – King Abdullah II of Jordan in his latest stance on the developments in the occupied lands and territories stated that international consultations should continue to stop Israel's hostile actions in Palestine.

The government of Amman has established numerous contacts with many international bodies in order to stop the conflict which is ongoing in the Palestinian lands and territories, Alnashrah reported.

“We hope to achieve our goal and establish a ceasefire in near future in the Palestinian lands and territories,” the Jordanian King emphasized.

Earlier, the Egyptian president announced the country's efforts for a ceasefire between the Zionist regime and Palestinians.

"The current situation is an urgent and clear need for a return to calm and put an end to violence and all conflicts," Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi added.


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