Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades (C-L) walks with Jordan's King Abdullah II (C-R) during a welcome ceremony prior to attending a trilateral meeting with the Greek prime minister in Nicosia on January 16, 2018. AFP / POOL / Iakovos Hatzistavrou
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The leaders of Cyprus, Greece and Jordan pledged a new partnership Tuesday with tighter cooperation on fighting terrorism, and rallied international support for countries hosting hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing the war in Syria.The three leaders also urged the international community to offer more support to Jordan and other countries that have borne the brunt of a mass influx of Syrian refugees.The three leaders also weighed in on the Mideast peace efforts, urging the resumption of talks between Israelis and Palestinians and voicing support for a two-state solution.
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