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Press Room
News Room
24 Jan. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II returned home on Saturday following his participation in the meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos. His Majesty's participation in the Forum offered a good opportunity to the private sector in Jordan to use the forum as a platform to show its achievement and presents its plans and suggestions for joint ventures with major international companies in areas such as tourism, aviation, information technology, health care and pharmaceuticals, vehicle spare parts.
His Majesty King Abdullah II said in Davos that the Jordanian education initiative was launched with a program aimed to bridge the digital gap between Jordan and the world on one side and between the poor and the rich in Jordan on the other, in a way that enhances equal opportunities for all Jordanians in urban ,rural areas and the Badia.
His Majesty King Abdullah II reaffirmed Jordan's commitment to increase its economy's ability to compete and to increase the contribution of tourism and aviation sector in the grand national production.
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Friday met, in the presence of Bahraini Crown Prince Sheikh Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa, with Chairman and members of the Arab Business Council (ABC).
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Friday reviewed Jordan's efforts to liberalize telecommunications and the great potentials Jordanian telecommunications and information technology have.
Directors of health care in WEF reaffirmed the importance of being acquainted with the great progress achieved by Jordanian pharmaceutical industry and the importance to reassess the future strategies of world firms they represent.
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Friday met with American Vice President Deck Cheney who is participating in WEF in Davos. Discussions focused on the current situations in Iraq and Palestine , in addition to bilateral relations , where His Majesty expressed appreciation on the American role in helping Jordan improve its economic situations and going on in comprehensive development.
22 Jan. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Thursday arrived to Switzerland for participation in the 34th meeting of world economic forum (WEF) in Davos. His Majesty is keen, for the fourth time since assumption of his constitutional powers, to participate in this forum as it affords a proper place for the Jordanian private sector to meet with world's senior economic leaders and to work out partnerships and investment useful for both sides.
His Majesty King Abdullah II and President Husni Mubarak held on Tuesday talks that focused on finding a mechanism for unifying Arab attitudes and supporting the joint Arab action as well as discussing the latest developments in the Palestinian territories and the situation in Iraq.
20 Jan. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II left Amman on Tuesday heading for Egypt on a one- day visit for talks with Egyptian President Muhammad Hosni Mubarak on the latest developments in the Palestinian territories and the future of the Iraqi situation. Talks will also cover ways of coordinating Arab efforts and stands before the coming Arab Summit, scheduled to be held in Tunisia next March.