Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir commended His Majesty King Abdullah II`s clear and frank position which is based on wisdom and reason in addressing Arab and international issues.
4 Feb. 2002
Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al-Abdullah concluded their visit to the US.
His Majesty King Abdullah II reviewed in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah, His Royal Highness Crown Prince Hamzah Bin Al Hussein and His Royal Highness Prince Hashim Bin Al Hussein a number of local and regional issues before representatives of major US and international press institutions.
His Majesty King Abdullah II held a number of meetings with political and economic figures taking part in meetings of the World Economic Forum in New York.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed his full rejection of expanding the cycle of war to include Arab countries, adding that this would have dangerous repercussions.
His Majesty King Abdullah said that the Middle East lives in a state of tension as a result of not reaching a solution for the basic cause which is the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. In an interview with Cable News Network (CNN) on Friday, His Majesty warned that isolating the Palestinian leadership will push the Palestinians to the edge.
His Majesty King Abdullah`s Friday at the Oval Office held talks with US President George Bush on relentless efforts exerted to revive stalled Middle East peace process and on means to work out the appropriate mechanisms to boost Jordan-US cooperation within US aid to back Jordan`s Socio-Economic Transformation Programme.
31 Jan. 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II Thursday affirmed the urgent need that US plays a more dynamic role to defuse tensions in the occupied Palestinian territories, to help Palestinians and Israelis resume stalled Mideast peace talks and to alleviate the plight of the Palestinian people.
His Majesty King Abdullah II has affirmed that he is fully confident in the one Jordanian family, its giving, belonging, unity to face all challenges and determination to achieve accomplishments.
His Majesty king Abdullah II will leave Amman for Washington on Wednesday on an official visit to the United States where he will hold talks with US President George Bush and senior officials from the US administration on the political and security situation in the region in light of the dangerous situation in the Palestinian lands.