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The Jordanian king arrives in Baghdad to attend the tripartite summit, and Iraqi fighters are accompanying him

Jordanian King Abdullah II arrived at the government palace in Baghdad on Sunday to head the Jordanian delegation participating in the fourth Jordanian-Egyptian-Iraqi tripartite summit, where he was received by Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.

Upon his arrival at Baghdad International Airport, he was received by Iraqi President Barham Salih, a number of senior Iraqi officials, the Jordanian ambassador in Baghdad and the embassy's staff.

An official reception ceremony was held for the Jordanian monarch, where a group of honor guards greeted him, while the Jordanian royal and Iraqi national anthems were played.

King Abdullah II's plane, upon entering Iraqi airspace, was escorted by Iraqi Air Force combat planes, to welcome him.

During a session of talks with the king, the Iraqi president stressed the importance of strengthening the tripartite joint cooperation between Iraq, Jordan and Egypt through geographic communication and achieving economic and commercial integration by supporting investment and joint industrial cities and cooperation in the field of energy and electrical connectivity, for the benefit of the peoples of the three countries.

Saleh welcomed King Abdullah II, praising Jordan's supportive role for Iraq, and drew attention to the depth of bilateral relations that bring together the two neighboring countries and the two brotherly peoples, which are close geographical and social ties.

The Iraqi president stressed the need for joint work to develop these relations in various fields of interest to the two countries and to guarantee the interests of the two peoples.

The meeting dealt with the tripartite joint cooperation between Iraq, Jordan and Egypt, and its strengthening through geographical communication in order to achieve economic and trade integration by supporting investment and joint industrial cities and cooperation in the field of energy, electrical connection, oil transportation and infrastructure projects, for the benefit of the peoples of the three countries, and proceeds towards broader horizons Serving the entire region by enhancing opportunities for development and economic prosperity, as well as joint coordination to confront the challenges of terrorism and extremism, the health and economic repercussions of the Corona epidemic, the climate change crisis and environmental protection, which is a common threat to everyone.

Saleh stressed that Iraq is looking forward to joint cooperation and coordination in order to reduce tensions in the region, as he and King Abdullah stressed the importance of tripartite coordination in order to resolve crises and ease tensions in the region, especially the existing crises in Syria, Yemen and Libya, and move towards prospects for a political solution through convergence and dialogue.

Baghdad will host the summit, with the participation of President Al-Sisi, the Jordanian monarch, and Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to deepen cooperation and strategic integration between the three countries.

On Sunday, President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi arrived in Baghdad, and was received at Baghdad International Airport by the President of the Republic of Iraq, Barham Salih.