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His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday delegated Her Majesty Queen Rania and Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour to attend the funeral of former South African iconic leader Nelson Mandela.
In a ceremony to launch the National Integrity Charter and Executive Plan, His Majesty King Abdullah said on Monday that “The responsibility of implementing this national achievement and translating it into real-life practice is shared by all authorities, private sector institutions, civil society and citizens who should all work to consolidate it as a deep-rooted approach, a life style and a daily practice in public life.”
His Majesty King Abdullah on Friday sent a cable of condolences to South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma, expressing his deepest condolences and sympathies over the death of Nelson Mandela, former South African president.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday concluded his two-day visit to Brussels, where he held talks with Belgium’s King Philippe and EU high-ranking officials that focused on bilateral ties and regional developments.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday examined ways to further develop Jordanian-EU relations and briefed European officials on Jordan’s position regarding various regional issues.
His Majesty King Abdullah and Belgium’s King Philippe on Wednesday reviewed the latest regional developments, especially efforts to achieve Middle East peace.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday received the credentials of six newly-appointed ambassadors and non-resident ambassadors to the Kingdom.
His Majesty King Abdullah will start a working visit to Belgium on Wednesday as part of his continuous efforts to coordinate with the world decision-making capitals over regional issues.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday met with Vatican top diplomat Archbishop Dominique Mamberti and discussed means to boost cooperation to entrench values of tolerance and coexistence.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday underlined Jordan’s willingness to provide all forms of support to Libya, especially in capacity building, institutional development and humanitarian support.