The Iraqi Ministry of Interior announced that Minister Abdul Amir Al-Shammari led a high-level security delegation to Jordan and signed a memorandum of understanding on Wednesday.
In a statement, the Ministry reported that Interior Minister Abdul Amir Al-Shammari arrived in Amman this morning leading a security delegation. He was officially invited by his Jordanian counterpart. The delegation included the Commander of Border Forces, the Director of Anti-Narcotics, and the Director of Civil Status.
The Ministry clarified that the purpose of the visit is to sign a memorandum of understanding, discuss joint border security, combat narcotics and psychotropic substances, and address mutual security interests.
The Jordanian Minister of Interior, Mazen Al-Faraya, signed an agreement with his Iraqi counterpart, Abdul Amir Al-Shammari, to enhance cooperation in crime prevention, including money laundering, drug trafficking, and terrorism. The agreement also highlights the importance of increasing intelligence operations.
Al-Shammari emphasized the importance of security and stability, which benefits both nations. He praised the Jordanian armed forces for guarding the borders and preventing terrorist attacks.
Al-Shammari reportedly welcomed the exchange of expertise and training activities between the two countries.