Jordan Prime Minister denies secret interchanges with Syria system

The Prime Minister of Jordan has rejected that his nation has opened mystery channels of correspondence with the Syrian system, in the midst of a new compromise between the two nations.

Addressing the media source, Ammon News, on Tuesday, Jordanian Prime Minister, Bisher Al-Khasawneh, denied reports that agents were sent among Amman and Damascus in endeavors to covertly speak with one another.

“I don’t be aware of the presence of a Jordanian emissary to Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, and I don’t feel that there is an agent,” Al-Khasawneh said. In spite of that, he kept up with that Jordan’s present connection with Syria was “positive”.

He likewise said that Jordan is as it were “keen on reestablishing security and wellbeing” on its boundaries and in the district, and demanded that Jordan doesn’t intend to meddle in Syria’s interior issues. “In this manner, security and military coordination proceed between the two nations, particularly considering endeavors to carry medications and psychological militants, some of the time.”

The Prime Minister’s remarks come in the midst of Amman’s new strides towards the standardization of binds with Damascus following a time of the continuous Syrian common conflict, in which nations in the area boycotted and cut binds with the Assad system after its fierce crackdown on quiet protestors.

In September, Jordan completely returned its fundamental line crossing with Syria, and the leading carrier, Royal Jordanian, declared the restarting of non-stop trips to Damascus. The next month, Jordanian King Abdullah II then, at that point, talked on the telephone with Assad. Beginning around 2019, Amman additionally joined endeavors to help Damascus’ re-visitation of the Arab League.

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