Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May attends a press conference, in Amman, Jordan, November 30, 2017. (REUTERS/Toby Melville)
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Britain's prime minister pledged Thursday to step up economic support for Jordan, a key pro-Western Arab ally, amid concerns that the kingdom's mounting economic woes could undermine its stability.Theresa May held talks with Jordan's King Abdullah II at the end of a three-day Mideast tour meant to bolster ties with the region before Britain leaves the European Union.May's office rebuked Trump, saying he was "wrong" to have done so.Jordan's stability is seen as a priority by Western allies who have expressed growing concern about the kingdom's economic problems.May has faced increasing calls to stop British arms sales to Saudi Arabia. Britain has licensed over $6.1 billion worth of arms sales to the kingdom since the war began.
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