Public Security Director, Maj. Gen. Hussein Al-Hawatmeh, stressed Jordan's active and key role in maintaining international peace and security.

He added that the visions of His Majesty King Abdullah II, Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, were based on the approach of justice and moderation and support for establishing and maintaining peace in all regions of the world, and this was evident in the role that His Majesty led to combat terrorism and emphasized in all international forums.

This came during his speech today at the Third Summit of Police Chiefs and of the United Nations, which was hosted by the headquarters of the United Nations Secretariat in New York, with the participation of ministers, security leaders, police chiefs in the world, and senior representatives of regional and international police organizations and bodies.

The Director of Public Security indicated to the most important challenges facing the work of international police operating under the umbrella of the United Nations in peacekeeping areas.

He stressed the need to improve its performance and contribute to finding solutions to provide development in conflict areas, in light of the rule of law and human rights principles.

Maj. Gen. Al-Hawatmeh highlighted the great steps taken by the Public Security Directorate to support peacekeeping operations, the United Nations police, and activate Security Council Resolution 1325, which stresses the importance of women's participation in peace and security efforts.

On the sidelines of the conference, Maj. Gen. Al-Hawatmeh held a number of meetings with international leaders and officials to discuss aspects of cooperation between Public Security and its counterparts from the security services in the world, and ways to overcome the challenges facing the work of the United Nations police in promoting international peace and security.