16 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Thursday arrived for Muscat in a private visit to Oman, coming from Kuala Lumpur where he headed Jordan's delegation to the meetings of the Organization of Islamic Countries. which started in the Malaysian capital today.
His Majesty King Abdullah II held, on Thursday, a series of talks with leaders and officials participating in the Islamic Conference Summit, currently held in the administrative capital of Malaysia, Putrajaya.
15 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II arrived on Wednesday to Kuala Lumpur to participate in head Jordan's delegation to the 10the summit meeting of the Organization of Islamic Conference opening in Putrajaya on Thursday. About 30 Arab and Moslem leaders are expected to take part in the conference.
14 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah and Singaporean President S.R. Nathan held talks on Tuesday on bilateral relations and the developments in the Middle East.
12 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II started a few-day working visit to Singapore during which he will take part in deliberations of the annual East Asia summit which is organized by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in cooperation with the Singaporean Council for Economic Development.
11 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II left Amman heading for Singapore and Malaysia on a several-day visit during which he will attend deliberations of the 12th Economic Summit for Eastern Asia which is organized by the World Economic Forum in cooperation with the Singaporean Council for Economic Development.
9 Oct. 2003
Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania on Thursday returned home following a state visit to Sweden Where they met with King Gustaf and Queen Sylvia.
9 Oct. 2003
Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania on Thursday wrapped up a three day state visit to the Kingdom of Sweden by visiting Kerona city.
7 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah and Swedish Prime Minister Goran Persson opened talks on Tuesday focusing on ways to further tdevelop ties of cooperation between the two countries in all fields and the current situation in the Middle East.
His Majesty King Abdullah affirmed that there was no alternative for the peace process and if "we do not move forward in the peace mechanism this would the end of the channel and the Palestinians and Israelis will lose their lives."