Leaders of Libya and Jordan reiterated their commitment on Tuesday to the peace process in the Middle East, said reports from the Libyan capital of Tripoli.
During the meeting, Libyan leader Muammar Ghaddafi and Jordanian King Abdullah II voiced support for the efforts to achieve full, just and lasting peace in the Middle East and backed the activities of the Palestinian National Authority in this regard.
King Abdullah, who arrived in Libya on Tuesday for a brief visit, urged the international community to help restore dialogue and negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians and realize the aim of establishing a Palestinian state according to the roadmap peace plan and related UN resolutions.
He considered the success of Iraq's constitutional referendum on Oct. 15 as an important step in the Iraqi people's participation in the country's political process and realizing national reconciliation for building a united, safe and stable Iraq.
The two leaders agreed at the meeting that their two countries should maintain dialogues and consultations to boost unity and joint actions of the Arab countries.
They also exchanged views over the recent Resolution 1636 of the UN Security Council, which urges Syria to cooperate with an international commission probing the death of former Lebanese Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.