7 Feb. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II headed to Munich on Saturday for one night visit where He will deliver a speech tomorrow before the participants in 40th Forum of Munich for security policy, whose deliberation has already started on Friday. HRH Prince Faisal sworn in as a Regent.
7 Feb. 2004
On the 5th anniversary of King Hussein's passing away, Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah visited the late King Hussein's tomb, where they recited verses from the Holy Koran and laid wreaths on the grave.
31 Jan. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Saturday received cables of congratulations on Al-Adha Eid from Kings, Presidents and Emirs of Arab, Islamic and friendly countries, wishing His Majesty good health and the Jordanian people further progress and prosperity.
Within his keen interest to achieve development and create job opportunities for citizens and improve their living conditions, His Majesty king Abdullah II, laid on Wednesday, the foundation stone of a food manufacturing project in Al Mi'rad District in the Jerash governorate.
28 Jan. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II laid, in the presence of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah, the foundation stone of Queen Rania Al Abdullah Center for the Physically Challenged Military Personnel, At Al Jandaweel District in Amman.
28 Jan. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, visited on Wednesday the Headquarters of the Jordan Armed Forces.
26 Jan. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II received at the Hashemite Royal Court on Monday, Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams, who is currently on a visit to the Kingdom within a tour that will also include the Palestinian lands and Israel.
His Majesty King Abdullah said the Arab Gas Pipeline project between Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon is an important step for supporting and enhancing the joint Arab action.
24 Jan. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II returned home on Saturday following his participation in the meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos. His Majesty's participation in the Forum offered a good opportunity to the private sector in Jordan to use the forum as a platform to show its achievement and presents its plans and suggestions for joint ventures with major international companies in areas such as tourism, aviation, information technology, health care and pharmaceuticals, vehicle spare parts.
His Majesty King Abdullah II said in Davos that the Jordanian education initiative was launched with a program aimed to bridge the digital gap between Jordan and the world on one side and between the poor and the rich in Jordan on the other, in a way that enhances equal opportunities for all Jordanians in urban ,rural areas and the Badia.