The spokesman for the pan-Arab organization, Jamal Rushdi, said in a statement that both authorities discussed via telephone the conclusions of the meeting held yesterday in Amman.
Aboul Gheit expressed his appreciation for “the report on this important issue,” Rushdi said.
On May 1st, Amman hosted a meeting with the foreign ministers of Jordan, Syria, Egypt, Iraq and Saudi Arabia, after which a joint statement was issued, ratifying their support for the security of Syria and their fight against terrorism.
TThe ministers also agreed to work to end the presence of terrorist organizations in Syrian territory and neutralize their ability to threaten regional and international security.
The statement rejected foreign interference in Syrian internal affairs and called to respect the provisions of international law and the United Nations Charter.