King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein of Jordan outlined the main challenges facing the Kingdom, noting that water scarcity and drought crises are among the main challenges facing Jordan.
In an interview with CNBC, the Jordanian monarch said that water scarcity and drought crises are among the main challenges facing Jordan, explaining that his country is considered the second driest country in the world.
He also noted that Jordan is working with many partners in the region to achieve food security.
Regarding the Ukrainian crisis and its impact on the Middle East, the Jordanian monarch said that “the Russian-Ukrainian conflict is a bit far away, but the longer it lasts, the longer the instability that we see due to resource calls to the region, and therefore , a longer recovery process.”
King Abdullah II of Jordan also emphasized the importance of communicating with the countries of the region to determine the framework for cooperation.