King Abdullah II of Jordan will meet on Sunday Somali president Hassan Sheikh Mohamud in Aqaba the coastal city of Jordan and will discuss the two leaders how to fight against terrorism in Somalia.
Jordanian King Abdullah II will on Sunday meet with four African heads of state to discuss the fight against terrorism, the Jordanian Royal Court said Saturday.
It added in a statement that King Abdullah II would meet the presidents of Djibouti; Tanzania; Somalia, and Kenya in the coastal city of Aqaba on Sunday.
The meetings, the court said, will be held within the framework of consultations with different regional and international parties with the aim of countering the dangers of terrorism.
Jordan is a member of a US-led coalition against the militant organization Daesh in both Iraq and Syria.
In recent months, Jordanian warplanes intensified their attacks against Daesh sites following the burning to death of a Jordanian pilot by the militant organization.