27 Jan. 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II started on Sunday a 2-day working visit to Saudi Arabia in which he will meet His Majesty King Fahd and HRH Crown Prince Abdullah to discuss recent regional developments, the situation in the Palestinian territories and preparations for the Arab summit in Beirut.
27 Jan. 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II left Amman on Sunday for Riyadh for a 2-day visit to Saudi Arabia in which he will hold talks with His Majesty King Fahd and Crown Prince Abdullah on regional developments and the situation in the Palestinian territories.
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Wednesday met Executive Secretary General of the Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA) Mervat Tallaway, who highly appreciated King Abdullah`s continued support to the organization`s activities and programs. She extended an invitation to King Abdullah to chair ESCWA`s upcoming meeting devoted to discuss topics on information technology.
His Majesty King Abdullah II, Sunday met Egyptian Foreign Minister Ahmed Maher, who handed the King a message from Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak dealing with the mounting tension in the region particularly the perilous situation in the Palestinian territories.
27 Jan. 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Sunday received Commander in Chief of the United States Central Command General Tommy R. Franks.
During his chairmanship of the Consultative Economic Council's (CEC) session, His Majesty King Abdullah II Wednesday approved the National Strategy for Administrative Reform in the public sector, prepared by CEC, with the cost of JD. 1,415 m. His Majesty urged the government to rapidly implement the strategy.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Thursday received visiting Lebanese Minister of Displaced Peoples` Affairs Marwan Hamadeh , who delivered the King an invitation from Lebanese President Emile Lahoud to attend the Arabs summit meeting scheduled to be held in Beirut toward the end of March.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Thursday expressed comfort over the government`s steps taken to reinvigorate national economy despite existing formidable challenges that stormed the region and the world, pledging support for the governmental reformist programmes.
Jordan was Thursday picked by G-8 Group to benefit from its e-government and the abridgement of digital gap initiative.
His Majesty King Abdullah II, Wednesday, received a message from Pakistani President Perevez Musharraf dealing with bilateral relations and the situation between Pakistan and India