Jordan is going to appoint new Ambassador in Morocco

Jordan has announced that it will appoint a new Ambassador in Morocco to the current Ambassador, Ali K, replace, according to a statement from the Jordanian Royal Cabinet.

The decision came after the consensus of the Council of Ministers to Jordanian diplomats to redeploy by the appointment of new Ambassadors. Similar changes will also take place in other countries, including South Africa and Malaysia, the statement said.

The appointment of a new Jordanian Ambassador to Morocco comes less than two weeks after the official visit of the King of Jordan to Morocco.

The Jordanian King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein came recently in Morocco for an official visit, who was appointed as part of the visit of King Abdullah to Arab countries to invite them for the Arab Summit.

At their meeting the Jordanian King King Mohammed VI and steadied their years of band and discussed the political development that the region is going through.

They confirmed the importance of strengthening the cooperation on security in the Arab world, with a view to countering the terrorist challenges facing the region.

They will coordinate in this field together to fight terrorism, reports Moroccoworldnews.