King Abdullah II on Wednesday sent a cable to Iraqi President, Fouad Massoum, in which he stressed Jordan's support for Iraq in its efforts to fight terrorism and preserve stability and security.
King Abdullah also condemned the "cowardly terrorist bombings" that rocked Baghdad on Monday, killing scores of innocent civilians and injuring others.
His Majesty expressed heartfelt condolences over the victims and wished the wounded a speedy recovery.
Jordan, on Wednesday, condemned as "horrifying" and "terrorist" the bombings that hit Iraq's western Al-Anbar province and the Afghan capital of Kabul and claimed the lives of dozens of innocent victims.
Minister of State for Media Affairs, the government spokesman, Mohammad Al-Momani, voiced the Jordanian government's condemnation of these terrorist bombings and expressed the Kingdom's solidarity with Iraq and Afghanistan.
Al-Momani reiterated Jordan's rejection and denunciation of such cowardly terrorist acts carried out by terrorist organizations that seek to undermine security and stability, threaten world peace and terrorize innocent people, emphasizing the need to intensify international efforts to stand in the face of terrorism and terrorists and foil their schemes.
The minister expressed the Jordanian government's condolences to the families of the victims and wished the injured speedy recovery.
Source: NAM News Network