Prime Minister Hani Mulki on Thursday made a phone call with his Iraqi counterpart Haidar Al Abadi and discussed ways to bolster ties between the two countries, mainly in economic and trade fields.
During the telephone conversation, Mulki reiterated Jordan's support to Iraq in its war against terrorism. He also voiced the hope that Mosul battle would put an end to Daesh terrorist organization.
Meanwhile, Al Abadi briefed the prime minister on the victories of the Iraqi army in its war against Daesh in Mosul.
The two premiers also discussed preparations for the upcoming Arab summit, which will be held in Jordan later this month and issues on its agenda.