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His Majesty king Abdullah II discussed with Acting Singaporean President and Speaker of the parliament Abdullah Tarmugi and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, the current developments in the region, particularly those related to elections in Palestine and Iraq and ties of cooperation between Jordan and Singapore.
His Majesty King Abdullah II arrived in Singapore on Tuesday on a three-day visit for talks with senior Singaporean officials on the situation in the Middle East as well as mechanisms of developing relations between the two countries in all fields.
His Majesty King Abdullah affirmed the importance of holding free elections in Palestine and Iraq stressing the importance of the support of the international community and the United Nations to the peoples of the two countries at this important stage.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed on Monday the importance of supporting Palestinian leadership to hold nationwide election and enable it to go back to negotiation table as a true partner in peace.
12 Dec. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II arrived in Tokyo on Sunday on a three-day working visit, during which he will meet with Japanese emperor Akihito.
His Majesty King Abdullah on Saturday concluded his US trip and headed to Japan.
His Majesty King Abdullah II called upon Iraqis to preserve Iraq's sanctity and hold its allegiance to the Arab stressing the necessity to hold inclusive in the country as soon as possible.
His Majesty King Abdullah II has said reform plans being undertaken by Jordan in political, economic and social domains are designed to improve economic performance, promote democracy, empower the role of woman and youth sector, develop education and improve standards of living of all Jordanians.
His Majesty King Abdullah II met on Thursday with Dean of Harris School Dr. Susan Mayer and Associate Dean for Resource Development at the University of Chicago Dr. Raja Kamal.
9 Dec. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II discussed Thursday with the American Vice-President Deck Cheney the movements made by the international community to give life again to the peace process in addition to the latest development on the Iraqi arena.