AMMAN, Jordan, Dec 6 (NNN-PETRA) - Jordan Foreign Minister, Nasser Judeh, and Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Iraq, Jan Kubis, held talks on the latest developments in Iraq, besides ways to realise peace and security in the Arab country.

The two officials discussed launching a political solution, conducive to a "historic reconciliation" with the participation of all segments of the Iraqi people.

Judeh, who is also deputy prime minister, pointed to the importance of the key role played by the UN missions in Iraq. He expressed keenness of Jordan to maintain cooperation and coordination with the UN missions, to enable them to carry out their important tasks.

Voicing Jordan's support to the Iraqi government to liberate Mosul, Judeh emphasised that the safety of civilians and providing humanitarian assistance to victims, are of paramount importance, in order to avoid another refuge crisis.

For his part, Kubis stressed the UN's appreciation to Jordan's pivotal role, under the leadership of King Abdullah II, to achieve peace and stability in the Middle East. He also asserted coordination and consultation with Jordan, to find political solutions to the region's issues.�

Source: Nam News Network