11 May 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II visited on Sunday the Prime Ministry where he was briefed by Prime Minister Ali Abul Ragheb on government measures and preparations to hold the parliamentary election scheduled on June, 17.
His Majesty king Abdullah II received on Thursday president of the Japanese Mainichi Shimbun newspaper Akira Saito who offered to His Majesty condolences over the death of Staff Sergeant Ali Aqil Sarhan.
7 May 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces visited on Wednesday the eastern military region where he was received by the region's commander and a number of its senior officers.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed Jordan's readiness to provide all facilities to ensure the delivery of international aid to the Iraqi people especially the children.
His Majesty King Abdullah II stressed on Tuesday the importance of holding a fair and transparent parliamentary elections.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed the importance of providing the necessary support to implement road and housing projects by the Ministry of Public Works and Housing so to reflect positively on services provided to citizens.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed the importance of giving priority to implementing the project "Educational Development Towards Knowledge Economy" which focuses on the achievement of equal opportunities in quality and quantity education for school students, and providing them with the opportunity to deal with communications and information technology.
4 May 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II received on Sunday the former Iraqi Foreign Minster Adnan Bajehgee and reviewed with him the future of the situation in Iraq.
4 May 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II received on Sunday Bulgarian Foreign Minster Solomon Basi who is currently in a visit to Jordan to activate the bilateral cooperation in the various fields.
2 May 2003
Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania on Friday returned home from UK. Upon his immediate return His Majesty visited King Hussein Medical Center (KHMC) where he has been reassured regarding the health of the three wounded in the blast that took place in Queen Alia airport Thursday, due to a grenade inside the luggage of a Japanese photographer.