AMMAN, Nov 22 (NNN-Petra) — Jordanian Minister of Interior, Salamah Hammad, on Saturday, met with Libyan acting Interior Minister, Brigadier Mohammad Al Fakehri and discussed current developments in the region, and efforts to restore security and stability to Libya.

The two ministers also discussed ways to enhance cooperation between the two countries, in security and police fields, especially those related to training and qualifying Libyan police cadres in Jordan, and re-study and reactivate agreements signed between the two countries, to meet their needs.

During the meeting, Hammad said Jordan, under its wise Hashemite leadership, must help and stand with Libya in different times and circumstances, in order to achieve its national interests.

Hammad also expressed his ministry’s its security agencies’ readiness, to cooperate with Libyan counterparts, in the security training area, including holding training and qualifying courses, in accordance with the agreements signed or will be in the future.

Al Fakehri said rehabilitating and restructuring Libya’s police and security apparatus, require an active cooperation with Jordan, as Jordanian security agencies hold good reputation, high level of disciplinary and efficiency, both regionally and internationally.

The two sides agreed to hold another meeting Sunday, to discuss details and mechanisms of security and police cooperation between the two countries. — NNN-PETRA