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His Majesty King Abdullah II opened on Sunday the Good Governance for Development in the Arab World conference at the Dead Sea.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Sunday hoped that Algeria's upcoming Arab summit would come up with resolutions to enhance the joint Arab action and meet peoples' expectations in the region.
His Majesty King Abdullah and Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin on Friday discussed efforts to achieve peace in the region.
His Majesty King Abdullah visited on Thursday the Ministry of Industry and Trade and stressed the need to draw up a unified strategic investment plan within a specific and well-defined time frame in order to attract more investments to the Kingdom and ease related procedures.
His Majesty King Abdullah reaffirmed on Thursday that Jordan is keen on offering all possible facilities to Iraqi businessmen to enable them expand their investments in the Kingdom and, consequently, enhance the national economy.
His Majesty King Abdullah II will take part in a summit scheduled next week at the Egyptian resort city of Sharm Al Sheikh and attended by Egyptian President Mohammad Hosni Mubarak, President of the Palestinian National Authority Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.
His Majesty King Abdullah II and Syrian President Bashar Assad discussed on Wednesday the latest regional political developments and means to enhance bilateral ties.
1 Feb. 2005
His Majesty King Abdullah is to hold talks tomorrow with Syrian President Bashar Assad on regional developments and ways to bolster bilateral ties.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday stressed the importance of institutionalizing democracy and decentralization through broadening the base of public participation in the decision making process.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday arrived in London where he held talks with Prime Minister Tony Blair, reiterating that the international community should help the Palestinians and Israelis resume peace talks.