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His Majesty King Abdullah II urged India and Pakistan to use dialogue and solve their disputes by peaceful means, in order to avoid a military confrontation that would shake stability in the Indian subcontinent.
His Majesty King Mohammad VI arrived in Amman, Monday, on a several-day state visit to Jordan for talks with His Majesty King Abdullah II covering bilateral relations and developments in the region particularly the situation in the Palestinian areas.
Their Majesties King Abdullah II and King Mohammad VI of Morocco on Monday urged for ending the cycle of violence and restoring calm in the Palestinian territories as a means to resume peace talks.

During talks held at the Royal Court, King Abdullah and the Moroccan monarch discussed current Arab and international efforts aimed to halt the whirl of violence and Israeli military escalation against the Palestinian people.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Sunday stressed the importance of going ahead in implementing the social and economic transformation program, which will have positive effects on the lives of citizens around the Kingdom.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Sunday received American Congressmen Darrel Aisa, member of External Relations Committee and The Middle East and South Asia Committee of the congress, and Tomas Davis.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Saturday telephoned French President Jacques Chirac congratulating him on his re-election for a second term in office.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Thursday discussed with Canadian Foreign Minister Graham Bill the coming steps to move the peace process and launch negotiations between the Palestinian and Israeli sides , in addition to bilateral relations between Jordan and Canada.
His Majesty King Abdullah II Tuesday agreed on the recommendations of the National Committee for Development of National Resources proceeding from the Consultative Economic Council (CEC).
His Majesty King Abdullah II Tuesday received a letter from Iranian President Muhammad Khatami. The letter, which focused on bilateral relations between the two countries and means to develop them in all fields , in addition to the current developments in the region, was handed to His Majesty by Iranian ambassador to Jordan.
His Majesty King Abdullah II reiterated that addressing the whirl of violence in the region resides in realizing that the Palestinian-Israeli conflict is a political and not a security issue.

"There are people suffering under occupation and unless their aspiration to establish their independent in the near future, extremism will never be eliminated," King Abdullah said in an interview with the Japanese NHK TV station on Tuesday. The King called for speedy action to get the peace process ahead and put an end to Israeli occupation. This would ensure security and stability to all countries in the region including Israel, King Abdullah added.