ISTANBUL (Agencies) – Jordan Times. Jordan and Turkey on Wednesday called for an end to the violence in Syria and urged Damascus to implement reforms, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
The call was made during a press conference following talks between Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh and his Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu on the latest developments in Syria.
The talks focused on means to deal efficiently and swiftly with the situation in Syria, in a manner that puts an end to the bloodshed in the neighbouring country and achieves security for the Syrian people as well as desired reform.
During a joint press conference following the talks, Judeh said since the beginning of the unrest in Syria Jordan has called for ending all forms of violence, stressing the need to resort to dialogue to guarantee the safety of the Syrian people and to safeguard Syria’s security and stability.
He told reporters that Syria is an important neighbouring country for both the Kingdom and Turkey, and accordingly Jordan believes in the importance of stopping the violence there at once, and in the need to forge ahead with reform without any delays. read more