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His Majesty King Abdullah II, affirmed his support to the various activities and humanitarian services provided by the International Committee of the Red Cross, (ICRC) in Jordan and in the region's countries.
His Majesty King Abdullah II condemned today the assassination of Hamas leader Sheikh Ahmad Yasin by the Israeli authorities. In a statement to Petra, the Jordanian news agency, His Majesty said that this is a crime that will only lead to further escalation, violence and instability in the region.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed on Sunday his support for all steps that aim at rebuilding Iraq and enhancing its sovereignty.
Jordan will commemorate on Sunday, the 36th anniversary of Al Karama battle in which the Arab army achieved victory over the Israeli troops on the Jordanian lands.
His Majesty King Abdullah II, and Queen Rania Al Abdullah, returned home on Wednesday following a brief visit to Turkey during which the King discussed with the Turkish President, Ahmet Necdet Sezar, and Prime Minister, Recep Tayyb Erdogan, means of enhancing bilateral relations, economic cooperation as well as the latest regional developments.
Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania on Wednesday visited Misir Carsis market in Istanbul, where they the ancient public market with local citizens.
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Tuesday held talks with Turkish President Ahmad Nacdet Sezer on bilateral cooperation and situation in the region, particularly the Palestinian issue and the situation in Iraq.
Their Majesties King Abdullah II, and Queen Rania Al Abdullah arrived in Ankara on Tuesday on a two-day official visit during which his Majesty will hold talks with the Turkish president Ahmet Necdet Sezer and Prime Minister Recep Tayyb Erdogan.
16 Mar. 2004
Their Majesties King Abdullah and Queen Rania head to Ankara in a two-day official visit for talks with the Turkish President Ahmad Sezer and prime minister Recep Tayyip Ardogan on enhancing bilateral ties and augment economic and commercial cooperation.
Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah start a two-day working visit to Turkey on Monday during which King Abdullah meets Turkish President Ahmet Necdet Sezer in Ankara and his Prime Minister Recep Tayyb Erdogan in Istanbul for talks on ways to develop bilateral cooperation particularly in economic and political domains.