26 Feb. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah arrived at Dar Al Salam in Brunei for a two-day official visit after the conclusion of the Arab-Asian summit of the new economic leaders in Langkawi in Malaysia.
25 Feb. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II met on Wednesday with the Arab Business Council and affirmed that the development and reform march should emanate from the Arab nations' willingness to adapt with the state of the Arab world and the challenges confronting it.
25 Feb. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah expressed hope that the Arab private sector would benefit from the experience of the New Asian Leaders in organizing themselves as a group of rising economic leaderships and in developing their work within a relatively short period.
24 Feb. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II, presented on Wednesday, membership certificates to members of the Executive Council of the New Asian Leaders Association who have been chosen among 100 members to manage affairs of the association for the current year.
24 Feb. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah arrived in Malaysia on Tuesday to take part in the works of the first Arab-Asian economic summit.
23 Feb. 2004
His Majesty King Abdullah II left Amman for Malaysia on Monday, at the outset of a tour that will also take him to Brunei and Ireland.
His Majesty King Abdullah II, will open on Tuesday at the Malaysian Island of Langkawi, deliberations of the Arab-Asian Summit for New Economic Leaderships, in the presence of members of the New Asian Economic Leaderships Association, the Arab Business Council and a number of figures representing the Jordanian economic sector.
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Sunday followed up the operations of evacuation of citizens at the desert road, near Al Wadi al-Abyadh, to save the lives of tens of citizens who were stormed by dust, due to severe winds that led to a car accident and claimed two lives and wounding others.
His Majesty King Abdullah II, received cables of congratulations on the occasion of the new Hijri year.
A Royal Court official source said that proceeding from Jordan's keenness on using its contacts and relations with Israel to prevent it from taking unilateral steps that would affect the rights and future of the Palestinian people to establish their independent state on the occupied Palestinian territories, His Majesty King Abdullah II, Thursday, paid a short visit to Israel and met with Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.