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His Majesty King Abdullah, accompanied by His Royal Highness Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah, on Monday attended a celebration in Madaba Governorate held by the Christian community in Jordan on the occasion of Christmas and the New Year.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday attended a ceremony organised by Royal Jordanian (RJ) to mark the 50th anniversary of its launch as the national carrier.
His Majesty and Crown Prince Hussein Bin Abdullah on Saturday were at Marka Military Airport to observe the arrival of the first shipment of the snow sweeping equipment provided for by the United Arab Emirates.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Saturday extended thanks to Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, crown prince of Abu Dhabi and deputy supreme commander of the UAE armed forces, for presenting Jordan with snow sweepers.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday urged the government to evaluate its response to the recent snowstorm and develop strategies to deal with similar crises in the future.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday received Arab Parliament Speaker Ahmed Al Jarwan and an accompanying delegation participating in the Arab Parliament Conference, which is being held in Amman this week.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday made a surprise visit to Baqaa refugee camp and the Civil Defence Department in Salt as part of a series of visits to check on the situation of citizens in the wake of a wide-scale blizzard that paralysed public life.
His Majesty King Abdullah, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces (JAF), on Monday attended a training exercise carried out by the Prince Hashem Bin Abdullah Brigade’s special operations unit.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday visited the Jordan Armed Forces’ (JAF) Southern Region Command, where he chaired a meeting of stakeholders to stand at the needs of people in the wake of a snowstorm that hit hard on several areas in the Kingdom.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday visited the Jordan Armed Forces’ Northern Region Command, headquartered in Ajloun, where he discussed with top commanders, along with civilian officials, ways to serve people in the area, which was one of the worst hit by the three-day blizzard which hit the country as of Thursday.