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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.
His Majesty King Abdullah II has called upon the Sunni Moslems in Iraq to go ahead and participate in the coming national elections as scheduled on Jan. 30.
7 Dec. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II and U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage Tuesday reviewed current efforts aimed to reinvigorate the Road Map peace plan and create the favorable atmosphere to help the Palestinians and Israelis resume peace talks.
His Majesty King Abdullah II affirmed that Jordan has achieved in the recent a great progress in the field of economic and Jordan forged a head in economic reforms and drafting necessary legislation to attract foreign investment.
His Majesty King Abdullah II highly appreciated the U.S. efforts to realize peace in the Middle East and thanked the U.S. Administration for its support to Jordan.
His Majesty king Abdullah II started a few-day official visit to the United States.
His Majesty King Abdullah II and Libyan President Muammar Ghadafi discussed on Sunday the brotherly bilateral relations and means to enhance them.
His Majesty King Abdullah II left Amman on Sunday heading for Libya on a few-hour visit during which he will meet with Libyan President Muammar Ghadafi at the outset of a tour that will include the United States, Japan and Singapore.