The White House said that the United States and Jordan intend to work on the humanitarian situation in Syria

The parties also discussed the expansion of bilateral cooperation on some issues.

Assistant to the US President for National Security, Jake Sullivan, during a meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriate Affairs of Jordan, Ayman Hussein Abdullah al-Safadi, expressed his intention to work closely to improve the humanitarian situation in Syria. This is stated in a statement issued on Monday by the National Security Council at the White House.

“The parties expressed serious concern about the deterioration of the humanitarian situation in Syria and promised to work closely to alleviate the suffering [of the population],” the text states.

Regarding the situation in Jerusalem, Sullivan thanked Jordan for its efforts to calm the situation in the last days of Ramadan. The interlocutors also discussed the expansion of bilateral cooperation on some issues.

As Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Vershinin said at an online meeting of the UN Security Council at the end of March, the most difficult humanitarian situation in Syria is developing in the territories beyond the control of Damascus, for which the countries that actually occupy them are responsible. The United States is in Syria without the invitation of the legitimate Syrian authorities.

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