President of the Jordanian Senate, Fayiz, made evaluations on the Russia-Ukraine war and Turkey’s role in the resolution of the crisis, Turkey-Jordan relations and the Palestinian cause. Noting that his country’s stance on the Russia-Ukraine war is clear and consistent, Fayiz said that Jordan’s King Abdullah II has stated many times that “there will be no winner in this war and that a peaceful solution must be developed”.
Called for expanded dialogue
Praising Turkey’s role in resolving the crisis in the Russia-Ukraine war, Fayiz said, “Recep Tayyip Erdogan is currently playing an important role in bringing the views closer between Russia and Ukraine.” used the phrases.
Emphasizing that people are always the losers in wars, Fayiz said that his country also plays a role in various issues at the international and regional level. Emphasizing that the relations between Jordan and Turkey are “strong”, especially at the level of leaders, Fayiz said that the ambassadors of the two countries are also trying to develop good relations to strengthen ties.
Fayiz stated that mutual visits between the executive and legislative bodies of the two countries are also important in order to strengthen Jordan-Turkey relations.
Noting that the best way to reach a solution in general is dialogue, Fayiz said, “Turkey can play a positive role in solving regional problems by cooperating with Arab countries.”
Fayiz called for expanded dialogue between Turkey and Egypt, Iraq and Syria for the benefit of the region.
“Jordan cannot bear the burden of the Palestinian cause alone”
Noting that Jordan’s stance on the Palestinian cause is clear, Fayez said, “Jordan supports the establishment of an independent, sovereign Palestinian state within the 1967 borders, and its stance on this issue is clear.”
Fayiz said that the government to be formed under the leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu, who won the elections in Israel, would be the “most extreme right-wing government” in the history of Israel, but that Jordan’s stability would not be affected by this situation.
Saying, “I am telling you frankly, Jordan cannot bear the burden of the Palestinian cause alone,” Fayez argued that in case of any provocation by Israel, all Arabs would stand by Jordan.