‫إس سي جي الدولية وشركة أسواق التميمي تعقدان تحالفًا استراتيجيًا لدخول سوق الأغذية والمشروبات في المملكة مع إطلاق العلامة التجارية التايلاندية سيام المميزة

بانكوك، تايلاند – Media OutReach Newswire – 10 يونيو 2024 – تعلن شركة إس سي جي الدولية المحدودة (إس سي جي الدولية)، وهي شركة رائدة بارزة في إدارة سلسلة التوريد والتجارة الدولية، بفخر عن تحالفها الاستراتيجي مع أسواق التميمي، وهي شركة تابعة لمجموعة التميمي، إحدى المجموعات الرائدة في المملكة العربية السعودية.  ويتم تسليط الضوء على هذه الشراكة من خلال توقيع مذكرة تفاهم تهدف إلى تقديم النكهات التايلاندية والآسيوية المتميزة إلى سوق المملكة العربية السعودية عن طريق العلامة التجارية “سيام سيجنيتشر”.  ومن المنتظر أن يكون لهذه الشراكة تأثير كبير على قطاع الأغذية والمشروبات في المملكة العربية السعودية.تمثل هذه المبادرة علامة بارزة في استراتيجية إس سي جي الدولية الطموحة للتوسع في منطقة جنوب آسيا والشرق الأوسط وأفريقيا (SAMEA ) بناءً على مشاريعها الناجحة في مواد البناء وتتقدم الآن في صناعة الأغذية والمشروبات.

وباعتبارها الموزع الوحيد المعين حديثًا في المملكة العربية السعودية، ستستفيد شركة إس سي جي الدولية من شبكة التوزيع الواسعة لأسواق التميمي لتوصيل المنتجات إلى أكثر من 32 موقعًا في جميع أنحاء المملكة في البداية. وستنطوي الشراكة أيضًا على دمج المنتجات الغذائية والمشروبات وتوريدها إلى أسواق التميمي، إلى جانب تقديم المساعدة التنظيمية لضمان الامتثال للوائح المحلية، وبالتالي تعزيز كفاءة سلسلة التوريد.

أُبرمت الاتفاقية بين إس سي جي الدولية ومجموعة التميمي بحضور السيد أبهيجيت داتا، المدير العام لشركة إس سي جي الدولية، والسيد عبد الله المُطرف، نائب رئيس مجموعة التميمي، وتم التأكيد عليها من خلال الحضور الكريم للسيد ويروات راتاناشيسيت، رئيس إس سي جي سمارت ليفينج بزنس، مما يؤكد أهميتها الاستراتيجية. وسلط السيد داتا الضوء على هدف التعاون قائلاً: “تعمل شركة إس سي جي الدولية وشركة أسواق التميمي بجد للغاية، وهذا الحفل هو نتيجة لجهودهما. وتتمثل رؤية شركة إس سي جي الدولية في أن تكون سلسلة توريد دولية موثوقة، لذا فإن هذه الشراكة ستسعى جاهدة لجلب منتجات أسيوية مميزة للعلامة التجارية سيام سيجنيتشر إلى المملكة العربية السعودية من خلال إمكاناتها العالية وتنوع الأطعمة التايلاندية المدمجة لديها. آمل أن تفتح مذكرة التفاهم هذه الباب لمزيد من التعاون مع شركة أسواق التميمي وأيضًا مع شركة التميمي العالمية لبناء شبكة عمل قوية.”

وقال السيد عبد الله المُطرف، نائب رئيس مجموعة التميمي “تشترك المملكة العربية السعودية وتايلاند في تاريخ غني وقطاع خاص قوي يعد ضروريًا لنمو كلا البلدين. وأعتقد أن هذا هو الوقت المثالي للشركات التايلاندية لدخول السوق العربية السعودية. وبينما تمثل السوق السعودية فرصة كبيرة، يجب علينا أن نهدف إلى أبعد من ذلك. إن السوق السعودية حريصة على التواصل الديناميكي والابتكار، ونحن ملتزمون بتلبية هذا الطلب. وإن تحالفنا مع شركة إس سي جي الدولية يتيح لنا تحقيق النجاح الكبير معًا”.

تؤكد هذه الشراكة التزام شركة إس سي جي الدولية بتوسيع نطاق تواجدها العالمي والمساهمة في النمو الاقتصادي وتطوير السوق العربية السعودية. ومن خلال هذا التعاون، تهدف الشركتان إلى تقديم قيمة استثنائية وتحقيق النجاح المشترك في المنطقة.

حول شركة إس سي جي الدولية

شركة إس سي جي الدولية المحدودة، وهي شركة تابعة لشركة سيام للأسمنت العامة المحدودة (BKK:SCC)، هي عبارة عن كيان عالمي مشهور تأسس عام 1978 في بانكوك. وباعتبارها شركة تجارية تحولت إلى قوة دولية، تعمل شركة إس سي جي إنترناشيونال الآن في 20 موقعًا حول العالم، وتخدم أكثر من 2,000 عميل من الشركات في أكثر من 50 دولة. وبحلول عام 2022، نجحت الشركة في التحول إلى شريك دولي موثوق به في سلسلة التوريد، حيث تقدم حلولاً شاملة لتعزيز تنوع سلسلة التوريد، وتخفيف المخاطر، وفتح إمكانات الأعمال. وبفضل التزامها الثابت بالاستدامة، تدعم الشركة بفعالية مختلف الصناعات وتحقق إيرادات سنوية تبلغ حوالي 1.5 مليار دولار أمريكي.

لمزيد من المعلومات، يُرجى زيارة الموقع الإلكتروني لشركة إس سي جي الدولية: scginternational.com

Quantexa Debuts Q Assist, New Context Aware Generative AI Technology Suite

New AI advancements are helping industry leaders get data ready for AI and make impact

Q Assist, New Context Aware Generative AI Technology Suite from Quantexa
Q Assist, a context aware generative AI technology suite to help organizations augment trusted decision-making across teams of front-line and information workers
  • HSBC is among several industry leaders participating in Quantexa’s Lighthouse Program for early adopters
  • HSBC anticipates that streamlining of analysis and acceleration of processes could lead to significant productivity gains within the first year of deployment
  • Q Assist combines Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform and Generative AI to augment decisions for sales, customer service, and compliance teams in financial services, TMT, and government agencies

LONDON, June 10, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — This Monday, on the Centre Stage at London Tech Week 2024Quantexa, the global leader in Decision Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors debuted Q Assist, a context aware generative AI technology suite to help organizations augment trusted decision-making across teams of frontline and information workers. The announcement demonstrates progress against the company’s platform innovation roadmap and comes nearly a year after Quantexa detailed a significant investment in the global artificial intelligence (AI) industry and previewed Q Assist as a stand-alone LLM agnostic copilot.

With the new Q Assist Technology Suite, Quantexa customers will be able to operationalize generative AI for transformational gains without significant investment in infrastructure, tooling, and additional skilled resources.

Frontline and information workers can leverage the power of copilots, linked data, Quantexa’s knowledge graph capability, and other Decision Intelligence Platform features to enhance the accuracy and reliability of generative AI models that interact with all data (structured and unstructured), context, and insight across their organization. Combining LLMs with the rich context within Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform enables a better understanding of data, safely grounds responses, increases performance and trust, and ensures teams have the most accurate, up-to-date information in a single place.

Q Assist, a context aware generative AI technology suite to help organizations augment trusted decision-making across teams of front-line and information workersFind out what Q Assist is and how it works with Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform.
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Helping Customers Succeed in the Era of AI
HSBC is one of the organizations currently participating in the Lighthouse Program for early adopters. Each organization in the program envisions using Q Assist in several ways, including:

  • Streamlining analysis, investigation, and reporting tasks for information and knowledge workers to achieve greater efficiency.
  • Reducing the reliance on data science and operations teams for ad-hoc data requests, giving them time to focus on more strategic tasks.
  • Empowering customer facing teams with access to enriched data and insights they need to increase revenue and enhance customer experiences.
  • Enabling teams across an organization to consistently make trusted decisions that are traceable and accelerate operational process improvement.

BNY Mellon is currently evaluating joining HSBC in Lighthouse effort. Quantexa worked with Lighthouse Program participants to project one-, three-, and five-year benefits from deploying Q Assist within their customer facing, data science, and investigative teams. It found an almost immediate productivity gain across three core areas: time saving and efficiency, new opportunity identification, and increased conversion rates.

HSBC anticipates that democratizing analytics and accelerating processes across these areas could lead to productivity gains within the first year of deployment. The company also expects to free up employee’s time, allowing them to refocus on other strategic tasks.

David Rice, Global Chief Operating Officer, Commercial Banking at HSBC, said: “This new solution has the potential to enhance the efficiency and accuracy of complex tasks such as anti-money laundering investigations and sales strategies by providing trusted data and contextual analytics. The introduction of contextual analytics and innovation will enable HSBC to concentrate our resources more productively and ultimately help our customers.”

Quantexa estimates that a tier one global financial institution with three levels of defense in financial crime and fraud compliance efforts, generating approximately 15k alerts a month, could realize significant efficiencies and cost savings by deploying the Q Assist Generative AI Technology Suite:

  • Over £17M in savings enabled annually by enhancing and automating investigating and reporting processes across financial crime and fraud.

Quantexa’s CTO, Jamie Hutton, said: “Quantexa’s engineering principle of shaping solutions to deliver maximum customer value has allowed our clients to play an integral role in helping to shape the product requirements for Q Assist. Through the company’s Lighthouse Program for early adopters, we have the benefit of working with industry leaders that provide valuable feedback throughout our roadmap process.”

Eric Hirschhorn, Chief Data Officer, BNY Mellon, said: “We are excited to see this continued innovation from Quantexa. Our multi-year collaboration has helped us to break down data silos and unify our data with unprecedented accuracy. The next phase in our innovation efforts will see us exploring the potential of enabling frontline workers across the bank to use Gen AI to act on the data insights confidently and reach new levels of efficiency in the process.”

How the New Q Assist Generative AI Technology Suite Works
Quantexa’s new generative AI technology suite will combine Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform and Generative AI through a new data integration layer, prompt builder, and copilot that accelerates the ability of teams to make critical business decisions.

Q Assist delivers trusted, extensible AI anchored by Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform. This lets non-technical teams benefit from Quantexa’s critical platform capabilities including a connected data foundation, graph analytics, modeling, and scoring to augment and automate decision making. The Q Assist Technology Suite is comprised of three components:

  • Q Assist Integration Layer: the nerve center of Q Assist. It is a framework of tools, connectors, and APIs designed to securely link Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform with LLMs and conversational AI systems right out-of-the-box.
  • Q Assist Prompt Builder: an extensible prompt management and sharing capability that easily integrates with external prompt engineering tools and frameworks, such as Microsoft’s Azure Prompt Flow, Semantic Kernel or AutoGen, to put the power in the hands of administrators to define and control prompts and responses that are grounded in contextual data generated by Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform.
  • Q Assist Copilot: allows users to query large and disparate data via a natural language interface, understand and summarize data, insights, and findings in real-time, and automate research, investigation, and reporting tasks.

Today, the company is making Q Assist Generative AI Technology Suite capabilities available to a limited set of customers, with wider public availability planned for early 2025.

To learn more about how Quantexa is helping organizations get their data ready for AI, or to download the Total Economic Impact™ of Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform by Forrester and start measuring the ROI of Decision Intelligence investments, please visit https://www.quantexa.com/discover/ai/.

About Quantexa
Quantexa is a global AI, data and analytics software company pioneering Decision Intelligence to empower organizations to make trusted operational decisions with data in context. Using the latest advancements in AI, Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence platform helps organizations uncover hidden risk and new opportunities by unifying siloed data and turning it into the most trusted, reusable resource. It solves major challenges across data management, customer intelligence, KYC, financial crime, risk, fraud, and security, throughout the customer lifecycle.

The Quantexa Decision Intelligence Platform enhances operational performance with over 90% more accuracy and 60 times faster analytical model resolution than traditional approaches. An independently commissioned Forrester TEI study on Quantexa’s Decision Intelligence Platform found that customers saw a three-year 228% ROI. Founded in 2016, Quantexa now has more than 700 employees and thousands of platform users working with billions of transactions and data points across the world.

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After Gantz’s resignation from the war cabinet… the call for a Zionist national government without Arabs

Haifa – Together – Amir Makhoul from the Taqaddam Center for Policy said, in an assessment of Oli’s position, after Gantz’s resignation from the war cabinet, Netanyahu’s government has become weaker and does not have the ability to make a strategic decision for which Netanyahu bears direct responsibility.

Makhoul added: ‘Asking Ben Gvir and Smotrich to join the war cabinet is an obsession that frightens Netanyahu, and he may dissolve the war cabinet.’

Makhoul continued in his assessment: ‘Gantz’s direct approach to Defense Minister Gallant to make the courageous decision worries Netanyahu, even if he wishes to get rid of Gallant, but he needs him now in his reduced government. Netanyahu is seeking to win over both the head of the Yisrael Beytenu and Lieberman party and tempt him to take over the portfolio of defense minister.’ And so is the head of the official right-wing party, Sa’ar, and so far both of them have responded negatively, as long as Netanyahu remains prime minister.’

Makhoul said: ‘The most d
angerous thing stated in the resignation letter is his assessment that the war will continue for many years and victory will be costly, and Gantz calls for early elections whose date has been agreed upon, after which a ‘Zionist national unity government’ will be established, meaning the exclusion of any government that is not based in any way on parties. Arabic language and no support from outside it.

He added: “Gantz did not deviate from the framework of the military solution and did not present any political alternative to Netanyahu and his government.”

Regarding the visit of Blinken, the US Secretary of State, he said: ‘Blinken’s visit, as announced tomorrow, will constitute a test to know the direction of the Netanyahu government, and there is no room for him to evade it. The key to the early elections is due to the decision of the Eastern Religious Party ‘Shas’ and its leader, Aryeh Deri, which seeks to break up the partnership with Likud and its leader, Netanyahu, are likely to support the position of
the religious party (Ashkenazi) United Torah Judaism, exclusively in light of the Supreme Court’s decision regarding the recruitment of religious people into the army that is planned these days.

Makhoul concluded in his assessment: ‘Gantz’s resignation from the war cabinet is the beginning of a progression in political interactions, whether at the internal level and the new alignments in the party scene, or at the external level in the relationship of a purely extreme right-wing government with the United States and the rest of Western society.’

Source: Maan News Agency

Security Council adopts US-drafted resolution calling for ceasefire in Gaza

New York: The United Nations Security Council on Monday adopted a US-drafted resolution calling for a ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. The resolution was adopted, with 14 countries voting in favor and Russia abstaining.

The resolution, numbered 2735, states that Israel has accepted the US proposal, calling on Hamas to accept it as well, and urges both parties to fully implement its terms without delay and without conditions.

The second paragraph of the resolution explains in detail the implementation of the three-phase ceasefire plan outlined in US President Joseph Biden’s speech: Phase 1: A complete ceasefire with the release of hostages, including women, the elderly and the wounded. The return of the remains of some of the hostages who were killed. Withdrawal of Israeli forces from populated areas in Gaza. The return of Palestinian civilians to their homes in Gaza. The safe and effective widespread distribution of humanitarian assistance throughout the Gaza Strip to all Palestinian civilians in need. The seco
nd phase includes “upon agreement by both parties, a permanent cessation of hostilities, in exchange for the release of all other hostages still in Gaza, and the full withdrawal of Israeli forces from Gaza.” The third phase provides for “the commencement of a major multi-year reconstruction plan in Gaza and the return of the remains of any deceased hostages still in Gaza to their families.”

The third paragraph of the US resolution states that the council “emphasizes that the proposal states that if negotiations take longer than six weeks for the first phase, the ceasefire will continue as long as negotiations continue. It welcomes the willingness of Egypt, the United States and Qatar to work to ensure that negotiations continue until all agreements are reached and the second phase begins.”

In the fourth paragraph, the resolution emphasizes “the importance of the parties adhering to the terms of the agreement once it is agreed upon, with the aim of achieving a permanent cessation of hostilities, and calls on
all Member States and the United Nations to support its implementation.”

In the fifth paragraph, the Security Council “rejects any attempt at demographic or territorial change in the Gaza Strip, including measures that reduce the size of Gaza.”

In the sixth paragraph, the Council “reiterates its unwavering commitment to the vision of a two-state solution where two democratic states, Israel and Palestine, live side by side in peace within secure and recognized borders, consistent with international law and relevant UN resolutions, and stresses in this regard the importance of uniting the Gaza Strip with the West Bank under the leadership of the Palestinian Authority.”

Source: Jordan News Agency

Slovenia PM arrives in Amman

Amman: Slovenia’s Prime Minister Robert Golob arrived in Amman on Monday to participate in the emergency international conference on the urgent humanitarian response to Gaza, which kicks off Tuesday, at the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center in the Dead Sea area.

Golob was welcomed upon arrival at Queen Alia International Airport by by Minister of State for Prime Ministry Affairs, Ibrahim Al-Jazi, Amman Mayor, Yousef Shawarbeh, Amman Governor Yasser Al-Adwan, and non-resident Ambassador of Slovenia to the Kingdom, Saso Podlesnik.

Source: Jordan News Agency

Planning Minister meets UNDP Associate Administrator

Amman: Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Zeina Toukan met with UN Under-Secretary-General and Associate Administrator of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Haoliang Xu, in the presence of UNDP’s Deputy Representative in Jordan, Majeda Al-Assaf.

The meeting focused on enhancing means of joint cooperation to address development and humanitarian issues, according to the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation’s website on Monday.

During the meeting, they discussed ways to expand Jordan’s benefit from the development services provided by the UNDP, including local and economic development programs, development frameworks, capacity-building programs, and institutional support, in line with the economic modernization vision, its executive program, and the public sector modernization roadmap. The topics of institutional and technical capacity building in the areas of supporting policy-making and comprehensive strategic planning and the importance of supporting the program in
this aspect were discussed.

Toukan gave a briefing on key reform efforts undertaken by the government in economic and administrative modernization aimed at stimulating economic growth and attracting investments to contribute to creating job opportunities for Jordanian youth.

She also highlighted the challenges associated with hosting Syrian refugees in the Kingdom, emphasizing the importance of maintaining support from the international community to enable Jordan to continue providing basic services to refugees and host communities in health, education, water, municipal services, and other sectors, especially in light of the continued decline in support for the Jordanian response plan to the Syrian crisis.

The Minister of Planning lauded the distinguished partnership with UNDP and the UN organizations working in Jordan, expressing appreciation for their efforts to advance the development landscape in the Kingdom, and emphasized the importance of this visit in enhancing development support and finding innov
ative financing windows to provide the necessary funding to support reform efforts in various fields.

For his part, the UNDP official commended Jordan’s pivotal role in providing humanitarian aid to neighboring countries and its support for adopting innovative financing mechanisms involving the private sector and various development agencies to cover Jordan’s financing needs in light of the scarcity of available resources.

He stressed the UNDP’s readiness to provide the necessary technical and financial support to implement development initiatives that contribute to achieving the economic modernization vision in partnership with the private sector.

Source: Jordan News Agency

Planning Minister, EU Ambassador chair Jordan-EU Investment Platform meeting, 1st, final add

Toukan referred to the economic reforms taken by Jordan in investment and improving the business environment aimed at providing a favorable environment for local and foreign investment.

She also emphasized the importance of reaching out more to the private sector for its key role in the growth process and job creation, especially investment grants, soft loans, and loan guarantees, in order to advance private sector investments and public-private partnership projects, and attract more European investments to the Kingdom.

During the meeting, the progress of the executive program of the Economic Modernization Vision for the years 2023-2025 was presented.

For their part, representatives of the European Commission presented information under the Investment and Economic Plan with South-South countries, including Jordan, which aims to support priority projects in the sectors of agro-industry and food security, energy, digitization, water and education, as well as its initiatives to promote sustainable investments
such as the EU Global Investment Portal and its financing arm, the European Fund for Sustainable Development, which brings together the EU, member states and European development finance institutions to mobilize public and private investments to bridge the global investment gap.

Within the framework of national priority projects, partnership projects in a number of sectors were presented, in addition to a set of capital projects in the water, transportation, energy, health, and education sectors by the participating government entities, with the aim of mobilizing the necessary funding for their implementation.

For his part, Ambassador Chatzisavas said that in addition to providing a portfolio of grants and soft loans, the European Union has mobilized significant resources in the form of investment grants and guarantees to stimulate public investment projects and public-private partnership projects, which will be a catalyst to unlock Jordan’s enormous potential and contribute to achieving its vision of econo
mic modernization, stressing that it will continue to support Jordan in its development efforts.

Source: Jordan News Agency

Planning Minister, EU Ambassador chair Jordan-EU Investment Platform meeting

Amman: Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Zeina Toukan and the European Union Ambassador to Jordan, Pierre-Christophe Chatzisavas chaired a meeting of the Jordan-Europe Investment Platform.

According to the ministry’s website on Monday, the meeting was attended by representatives of European funding institutions (German Development Bank, European Investment Bank, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, French Development Agency, and Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation) and EU member states, in addition to representatives from relevant Jordanian sectoral ministries and high-level officials from the European Commission in Brussels and the EU Delegation in Amman.

Toukan lauded the distinguished relations between Jordan and the EU, and the importance of the financial and technical support provided by the EU to Jordan to implement programs and projects in many priority sectors and support the public budget, especially since the EU is considered a key donor to Jordan
.

The Minister of Planning highlighted the importance of the platform in providing an opportunity for dialogue with the EU and European financial institutions on ways to provide support through the various tools and windows available from the European side in the form of concessional financing mixed with grants, as well as financing guarantees and technical support to finance priorities, programs and development projects within the framework of the economic modernization vision and its executive program, including capital projects and PPP projects, especially projects with great opportunities and potential for cooperation such as green energy, green hydrogen, transportation, water and irrigation, education, and health.

She emphasized the importance of providing blended financing from these institutions and their various financing windows to reduce the cost of implementing capital projects in light of the high cost of borrowing globally.

Source: Jordan News Agency

FM holds talks with number of counterparts

Amman: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Ayman Safadi, met on Monday with Dutch Foreign Minister, Hanke Bruins Slot.

In the meeting, held ahead of the emergency international conference on the urgent humanitarian response to Gaza, scheduled to be held on Tuesday in the Dead Sea area, Safadi and Slot emphasized the importance of reaching an immediate ceasefire in Gaza and the need to address the humanitarian disaster in the Strip.

The two ministers underlined the need to adhere to the rules of international law and international humanitarian law and ensure the protection of civilians and the continued flow of adequate and sustainable humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.

The two ministers also discussed bilateral relations and ways to further enhance them in all fields in a way that reflects positively on the two countries.

Safadi and Colombian Foreign Minister Luis Gilberto Murillo held talks that focused on efforts to stop the humanitarian catastrophe in the Gaza Strip,
ways to intensify efforts to reach an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, and the unimpeded entry of adequate and sustainable humanitarian aid to all parts of the Gaza Strip.

The meeting also addressed bilateral relations and the joint keenness to enhance them further in many fields.

Additionally, Safadi met with Chilean Foreign Minister Alberto Van Klaveren to discuss developments in the region and efforts to reach a ceasefire in Gaza that ensures the protection of civilians and the delivery of adequate and sustainable humanitarian aid to all parts of the Gaza Strip.

The two ministers also discussed bilateral relations and unbderscored their joint keenness to enhance them in various fields.

Source: Jordan News Agency

FM, Kuwaiti counterpart stress need to stop Israeli aggression against Gaza

Amman: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Ayman Safadi, met on Monday with Kuwaiti Foreign Minister Abdullah Al-Yahya.

In the meeting, held ahead of the emergency international conference on the urgent humanitarian response to Gaza, scheduled to be held on Tuesday at the Dead Sea area, Safadi and Al-Yahya stressed the need to stop the Israeli aggression against Gaza, which is causing unprecedented suffering and humanitarian catastrophe.

The two ministers underlined the importance of intensifying efforts to ensure the delivery of adequate and sustainable humanitarian aid to all parts of the Gaza Strip.

They also reviewed the outcomes of the state visit of His Highness Sheikh Meshaal Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Emir of Kuwait, to the Kingdom in April and discussed ways to enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries in all fields, in accordance with the directives of the leaderships of the two countries.

Source: Jordan News Agency

FM, senior UN official discuss preparations for Gaza emergency conference

Amman: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates, Ayman Safadi and UN Under-Secretary-General and Senior Humanitarian and Reconstruction Coordinator for Gaza, Sigrid Kaag , discussed on Tuesday preparations for the emergency international conference on the urgent humanitarian response to Gaza, which Jordan is hosting on Tuesday.

Safadi and Kaag also discussed Jordan’s efforts to deliver adequate and sustainable humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.

They emphasized the need to stop the worsening humanitarian catastrophe in Gaza, the unprecedented suffering and humanitarian disaster in the Strip, and the need to intensify efforts aimed at reaching a ceasefire in Gaza as the only way to ensure the protection of civilians and the unimpeded entry of aid into Gaza.

Source: Jordan News Agency