Syria’s safeguard boss calls upon Jordan’s military leader in Amman

Syria’s guard serves met Jordan’s military boss in Amman, Sunday after Syrian soldiers got hold of a few radical-held regions close to Jordan’s boundary.

State media — the Hala Akhbar news site — connected to Jordan’s military, said that the gathering between Syrian Gen. Ali Ayoub and Jordanian Gen. Yousef Huneiti was “to enhance coordination in the field of boundary security — which is in light of a legitimate concern for the two caring nations.”

This is the primary such gathering since the Syrian clash woke up 10 years prior when the two neighbors supported restricting groups. In the nation’s south, the new move by Syrian soldiers is the greatest since 2018 — when government powers caught regions along the line, which incorporates the Nassib line crossing.

It justifies referencing that the intersection with Jordan was opened again in 2018, a couple of months after it fell under Syrian government control. In 2015, Syrian agitators had held onto the site, cutting help for the public authority in Damascus and hampering a huge shipping lane connecting Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and the oil-rich Gulf nations.

The gathering comes after a major armed force hostile to take the last radical stronghold in southern Syria. Jordanian armed force head General Yousef Huneiti called upon Syrian Chief of Staff and Defense Minister Ali Ayoub to gather over Dera and fighting illegal intimidation and medication carrying nearby — said Jordan’s military.

Jordan is a nearby Western partner and has been viewed as an island of dependability in the pained Middle East. We should not fail to remember that the realm has around 650,000 Syrian exiles.

Clergymen from Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and Egypt — recently — said after a gathering in Amman that the Egyptian petroleum gas ought to go to Lebanon by means of Jordan and Syria when one month from now. The support of pipelines was intruded on ten years prior.

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