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His Majesty King Abdullah on Tuesday held a series of meetings with leaders at New Zealand’s parliament on the prospect of opening new scopes for cooperation between the two countries in various fields in addition to the crises in the Middle East.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Monday held talks with Governor General of New Zealand Dame Patsy Reddy, which focused on boosting economic relations and increasing trade, in addition to regional developments.
His Majesty King Abdullah emphasised that events taking place worldwide cannot stand as barriers to continue peace efforts and work to create conducive conditions to bring Palestinians and Israelis back to the negotiation table.
Their Majesties King Abdullah and Queen Rania Al Abdullah on Friday met with Governor of New South Wales General the Honourable David Hurley and his spouse.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday, held talks in Canberra with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull on means to forge closer ties between the two countries, mainly in the economic and trade fields.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Thursday, held two separate meetings with Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and leader of the opposition in the Australian Parliament Bill Shorten.
His Majesty King Abdullah held talks in the Australian capital Canberra on Wednesday, with the Governor General of Australia General the Honourable Sir Peter Cosgrove that focused on means to forge closer coordination between Jordan and Australia on developments and crises in the region.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Wednesday met with the leader of the government in the Australian senate, Senator George Brandis, Minister of Justice Michael Keenan and specialists in the foreign affairs, defence, security and anti-terrorism fields.
His Majesty King Abdullah has said that the destruction of Daesh, or ISIS, should be everybody’s priority, reiterating that the war against terror remains a “Third World War” with different means, spearheaded by the Muslims.
A Royal Decree was issued on Tuesday naming the new members of the King Abdullah Fund for Development (KAFD) board of trustees for the next two years.
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