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“King Abdullah II of Jordan and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas discussed the Syrian crisis and called for finding a solution to the problem,” according to a communique, which was circulated in Amman on Wednesday.
The statement was made amidst the West’s preparations for military actions against Syria. The United States and their allies accuse President Bashar al-Assad of using chemical weapons near the Syrian capital on August 21. London has put forth a draft resolution to the U.N. Security Council that will open ways to use force against Syria.
Jordanian Minister of State for Media Affairs Mohammed Al-Momani said the country was not going to be “a launching pad” for a possible military intervention in Syria. The opposition in Jordan came against such military action.