Jordan’s King Abdullah II said Tuesday the Baghdad conference aims to ensure Iraq’s security and stability.
"Addressing common challenges requires joint action that our peoples can feel it has positive effects," Abdullah told the opening session of the Baghdad II conference in the Dead Sea in western Jordan.
The monarch said the meeting is held at a time when the region is witnessing political and security crises as well as food, water and health challenges.
“This situation requires us to secure the supply chain and the energy supplies,” he added.
The Baghdad conference is attended by 12 countries -- Jordan, Iraq, France, Türkiye, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Kuwait, Bahrain and Oman.
The meeting is scheduled to address topics to help Iraq in restoring security and stability as well as issues of regional interests.
Source: Anadolu Agency