17 Feb. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah, on Tuesday affirmed that the achievement of security and stability in the Middle East is contingent with ending Israeli occupation and ensuring the Palestinian people's right in establishing their independent state on their national soil.
16 Feb. 2004
Their Majesties King Abdullah II, and Queen Rania Al Abdullah inaugurated on Monday premises of the King Hussein Club which was established in 1958 and renovated recently.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed on Sunday, during talks with the Prime Minister of Singapore, Goh Chok Tong, that Jordan looks forward to following the advanced Singaporean model in attracting investments, preparing qualified public sector personnel, and improving government performance.
14 Feb. 2004
Their Majesties King Abdullah II and Queen Rania Al Abdullah returned home Saturday following a brief working visit to the United Kingdom.
12 Feb. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Thursday attended the ceremony of the 6th British battalion held in Coltshall air base, to mark the battalion's 90th anniversary.
His Majesty King Abdullah II held on Tuesday talks with Leader of the Israeli Labor Party Shimon Peres, who was on a special visit to Jordan.
His Majesty King Abdullah II and Syrian President Bashar Al Assad discussed in Damascus on Monday, mechanisms of activating bilateral cooperation especially in the economic field.
His Majesty King Abdullah and Syrian President Bashar Assad on Monday laid down the cornerstone of Al Wahdah Dam project on the Yarmuk River, a vital water project that Jordan counts on to help overcome its severe chronological water shortage.
His Majesty King Abdullah II said the endorsement of the Arab peace initiative by Arab leaders at Beirut Arab summit was a great transformation in the Arab and Palestinian standpoint regarding the Arab-Israeli conflict.
His Majesty King Abdullah II and Syrian President Bashar Al Assad on Monday give the go ahead for the construction of Al Wahdah Dam project on the Yarmuk River with a storage capacity of 110 million cubic meters.