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Lower House Foreign Affairs Committee chief meets Hungarian ambassador

By JT - Sep 21,2023 - Last updated at Sep 21,2023

AMMAN — President of the Lower House Foreign Affairs Committee Khaldoun Heina on Wednesday met with Hungarian Ambassador Attila Kali over ways to enhance Jordanian-Hungarian ties. Heina stressed the importance of enhancing economic cooperation and increasing the level of trade exchange between the two countries, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported. The MP underscored the importance of aiding Jordan in its pursuit of a fair and complete resolution for peace, and supporting the Hashemite Custodianship over Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem. He also referred to pressures imposed on the Kingdom's resources and infrastructure due to refugee arrivals. Kali emphasised the significance of meetings that aim to enhance relations between the two countries, mainly in trade, investment and parliamentary affairs, highlighting the newly reached agreement that will bolster economic cooperation by establishing logistical zones in Jordan and Hungary.



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