23 Sept. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II met on Tuesday with at the Royal Court with the delegation of the American Council of Young Political Leaders, who is currently visiting Jordan within the exchanged visits program between the Council and the Jordanian Young Leaderships.
22 Sept. 2003
Upon an invitation by His Majesty King Carl Gustaf of Sweden, Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah will start on Oct. 7 a three- day visit to Sweden.
20 Sept. 2003
Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah returned home after a five-day official visit to the USA, which was culminated in holding a Jordanian-American Summit in Camp David last Thursday between His Majesty King Abdullah II and US president George Bush.
18 Sept. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah met on Wednesday with the US vice president Dick Cheney at the White House in preparation for the summit meeting which will be held today between His Majesty and US president George Bush.
17 Sept. 2003
During a meeting with committee members of the U.S. Senate and House of Deputies on Wednesday, His Majesty King Abdullah discussed economic and political relations between Jordan and the U.S. and Jordan's vision to resolve regional issues particularly in Iraq and Palestine.
16 Sept. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday met U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
16 Sept. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Tuesday discussed with U.S. National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice the latest developments in Palestinian and Iraqi scenes.
His Majesty King Abdullah II met on Monday with member of the US Congress Tom Davis as well as president and members of the North Virginia Technology Council and discussed with them increasing prospects of investment in Jordan and establishing Jordanian and US companies in both countries.
15 Sept. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II has stressed the necessity for the Palestinian Authority to re-assume its role on the ground and similarly the U.S. Administration should succumb to what it is being said that the United States would not interfere in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, although it is the core of all issues in the region, unless the Palestinians and Israelis are serious in resuming the peace process.