His Majesty King Abdullah II entrusted on Wednesday Faisal El-Fayez to form a new government that will succeed the government of Ali Abul Ragheb.
22 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II, the Supreme Commander of the Jordan Armed Forces, attended on Wednesday a military exercise that was performed by one of the units of the King Abdullah II Third Armored Division.
21 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II retuned home on Tuesday after a several-day visit which took him to Singapore, Malaysia, Oman and UAE.
His Majesty King Abdullah II received on Monday the award of Pioneering in E-Business, which is presented by Arab Business Magazine.
20 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II met on Monday with Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi Sheik Khalifeh Bin Zayed Al Nahyan During the meeting, His Majesty King Abdullah discussed bilateral relations and way of enhancing them in various fields in addition to the latest developments in the region.
19 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II arrived on Sunday in Dubai on a two-day visit to the United Arab Emirates where he will receive on Monday the award of pioneering in E-business presented by I.T.B foundation for the dissemination of IT knowledge in recognition of His Majesty's role in inspiring and enhancing the exchange of ideas related to telecommunications and information technology in the Arab countries.
16 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Thursday arrived for Muscat in a private visit to Oman, coming from Kuala Lumpur where he headed Jordan's delegation to the meetings of the Organization of Islamic Countries. which started in the Malaysian capital today.
His Majesty King Abdullah II held, on Thursday, a series of talks with leaders and officials participating in the Islamic Conference Summit, currently held in the administrative capital of Malaysia, Putrajaya.
15 Oct. 2003
His Majesty King Abdullah II arrived on Wednesday to Kuala Lumpur to participate in head Jordan's delegation to the 10the summit meeting of the Organization of Islamic Conference opening in Putrajaya on Thursday. About 30 Arab and Moslem leaders are expected to take part in the conference.