30 Dec. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II received on Thursday in Aqaba British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who is currently on a private visit to Jordan.
28 Dec. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II sent condolence cables to King of Thailand, presidents of republics of India, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Maldives and Malaysian Prime Minister expressing deep sympathy and grievances.
28 Dec. 2004
His Majesty king Abdullah II affirmed that the year 2005 will be full of positive opportunities that we should seize to solve conflict in the Middle East, enhance democracy and establish just and permanent peace in the region.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed the importance of providing full health care to all school students through improving the quality of food provided to students in all parts of the Kingdom, and through coordination with all concerned parties including the ministries of education and health and the Armed Forces to achieve these goals.
27 Dec. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces visited on Monday the Royal Air Force Headquarters.
His Majesty King Abdullah II received on Saturday, at the Royal Hashemite Court, the Council of the Heads of Churches in Jordan and Palestine and congratulated them on the occasion of the Christmas.
His Majesty King Abdullah II stressed on the role of the Qualified Industrial Zones (QIZs) in supporting the national economy, its role in providing job opportunities and increasing exports to the American and European markets.
23 Dec. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II received on Thursday, Chairman of the Foreign Operations Appropriations subcommittee at the US Congress Jim Kolbe and his accompanying delegation.
His Majesty King Abdullah II called on Israel to support the Palestinian leadership's efforts which aim at holding elections in a suitable climate.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Wednesday sent a letter to the King's Advisor for Security Affairs/ Director of the General Intelligence Department and Rapporteur of the State Security Council General Sa'ed Kheir entrusting him with drawing up a security plan that could cope up with the march of administrative reform and political development and modernization programs being undertaken by the government help progress and prosper and fulfill legitimate hopes of he Jordanian people.