The foreign ministers of Jordan and South Korea discuss by telephone efforts to stop the Israeli aggression on Gaza

   Jordanian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs, Ayman Safadi, discussed with South Korean Foreign Minister Cho Tae-yul the strengthening of bilateral relations and continued coordination on regional and international issues, in a way that serves the interests of both countries.

The Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated – in a statement, Today, Monday – this came during a phone call that Al-Safadi made with South Korean Foreign Minister Cho Tae-yul, to congratulate him on his appointment as Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of South Korea.

Al-Safadi stressed the necessity of obliging Israel to adhere to international law and international humanitarian law, and to stop… The war crimes committed against the Palestinian people in Gaza, and holding Israeli officials accountable for their crimes in accordance with international law. He appreciated South Korea’s vote in favor of accepting the State of Palestine as a full member of the United Nations in the Security Council last week, and its positions in support of a ceasefire in Gaza, the introduction of sufficient humanitarian aid, and the two-state solution. 

For his part, the Korean Minister noted Al-Janoubi, whose country holds a non-permanent membership in the Security Council, indicated that he discussed with Al-Safadi regional developments and efforts to stop the Israeli aggression on Gaza and reduce the escalation in the region. On the other hand, Al-Safadi received a phone call from the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Türk, during which they discussed efforts to stop the aggression against Gaza and its dangerous repercussions.  

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