Jordan expressed support for Saudi Arabia’s efforts to safeguard its security, stability, and interests, as well as for a direct, balanced dialogue between Saudi Arabia and the United States in response to the recent OPEC+ decision to lower oil production.
Jordan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates said that it is monitoring with interest reactions to OPEC+’s decision to cut oil production and the resulting reactions.
According to Ministry spokesman Sinan Al-Majali, this is a technical matter concerning the stability of oil markets and their requirements, the regulation of supply and demand, and consumer protection. He emphasised that the issue should be viewed in economic terms, rather than political disputes that do not advance common goals and interests.
Saudi Arabia must engage in direct and balanced dialogue with the US to address this issue, he said, emphasizing the importance of partnership between the two nations.
He emphasised the importance of this partnership and the effort to establish security and stability in the region and beyond, noting that the dialogue should be held in a manner that reflects that importance.
It is also important to note the partnership’s significance to both Saudi Arabia and the United States.
Jordan backed Saudi Arabia’s efforts to safeguard its security, stability, and interests, Majali said.
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