The third trilateral summit between Jordan, Egypt and Iraq in Amman
The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said that the Jordanian King Abdullah II, the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi, and Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi carried on Tuesday the third trilateral summit between their countries in Amman.
According to the SPA report, the summit included the extension of economic, trade, and investment collaboration, in the service of common interests and Arab cases. The conversations also treated regional developments and tools to reinforce coordination and consultation between Jordan, Egypt, and Iraq in the common interests.
Indeed, and in the past two years, similar meetings had been held between Jordan, Egypt, and Iraq which frequently concentrated on infrastructure and coordinating the battle against extremists.
Iraqi minister tests positive for COVID-19
After proving that Iraq’s telecommunications minister tested positive for COVID-19, officials reported that the summit was carried with extra precautions.
Moreover, and according to a statement by Jordan’s information minister Amjad al-Adayla, Minister Arkan al-Shaybani and the Iraqi officials were tested when they arrived in Amman on Friday and the whole delegation was placed in quarantine after that the minister tested positive.