Tunisian Foreign Minister, Jhinaoui, met Jordan’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Ayman Al Safadi on Ginevra on the sidelines of the 34° session of the Human Rights Council. The talk focused on the need to step up coordination and consultations on challenges confronting the Arab region, notably terrorism, and the Arab Summit set for late March in Amman. The two Minister agreed to examine the ways to increase cooperation in all sector of the two country. Also the Palestine cause, the Libyan crisis and the latest developments in Sirya are been essential point in this meeting.
The Baabda Presidential Palace has completed arrangements for President Michel Aoun’s trip to Egypt and Jordan next week, his second Arab trip after his election as president. On Monday, Aoun will first meet in Cairo with his Egyptian counterpart Abdul Fattah al-Sisi and Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab. He will later head to the Arab League headquarters for talks with its Secretary-General Ahmed AboulGheit. For their part, Lebanese ministers will hold meetings with their Egyptian counterparts. On Tuesday, Aoun will head to Jordan for talks with Jordanian King Abdullah II. The Lebanese-Jordanian summit will address the Syrian and Iraqi refugees crisis and study the ways to alleviate their impact on the economies of both countries.