AMMAN, Dec 16 (KUNA) -- The results of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) 30th Summit which was concluded in Kuwait on Tuesday received wide coverage in the Jordanian newspapers on Wednesday.
The Jordanian dailies shed light on the summit's resolutions, the joint Arab action and its impact on the entire region.
The summit enhanced confidence among the GCC states, particularly in their economic abilities to overcome the international financial crisis, the Jordanian press agreed.
The dailies also tackled establishing a monetary council which set a new schedule for the GCC common currency.
The dailies pointed out the GCC states' solidarity with Saudi Arabia and Yemen and their full support for the two countries' right to defend national territories and the security of citizens.
The dailies pointed out the GCC leaders' support for the League of Arab States calling on the International Security Council to hold an extraordinary meeting to declare a Palestinian state on the lands occupied by Israel in 1967.
The dailies focused on the GCC Summit's resolutions which condemned the Israeli unilateral policies to change the geography and demography of the occupied Palestinian territories; Judaization of east Jerusalem, and settlement expansion.
The dailies tackled the GCC resolutions condemning the explosions in Iraq, and discussed the UAE right to regain its islands from Iran.
The Jordanian newspapers also highlighted the summit urging Iran to positively deal with the requirements of the international legitimacy in order to have a Middle East free of nuclear weapons, and that Israel must comply as well.
The dailies praised the power-linkage project among the GCC states which was launched during the summit.
The dailies also tackled the press conference which was held by the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Sheikh Dr. Mohammad Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah. (end) ab.mar KUNA 161142 Dec 09NNNN