Jordan's King Abdullah II on Monday urged the Jordanian government to "consider all of the Lebanese businessmen and firms' requirements".
During a meeting with the Jordanian cabinet members, Abdullah stressed the necessity to support Lebanon's economy and private sector to overcome the difficult situations they are facing because of the ongoing Israeli aggression.
According to Jordan's official news agency Petra, Abdullah called on the government to consider allocation of a special zone in Aqaba city to help Lebanese businessmen store their commodities and facilitate their commercial works.
The king said that since the beginning of the Israeli aggression against Lebanon, Jordan's stand has been and is still clear in calling for immediate, lasting and comprehensive ceasefire.
Jordan will exert all efforts to support the Lebanese government's bid to end the Lebanese people's suffering, he said.