King Abdullah II receives American Commander and the Head of Eisenhower Fellowship for Cultural Exchange

18 June 2002

His Majesty King Abdullah II discussed with General Boze Mouzly, Commander of American Central Command's Air Force, relations between Jordan and USA, particularly fields of cooperation between the two countries' armed forces.

The meeting was attended by His Royal Highness Prince Faisal Bin Al-Hussein and Chief of the Royal Court.

His Majesty received also Adrian Basoura, Head of Eisenhower Fellowship for Cultural Exchange, who briefed the King on the organization's activities in the field of ideas exchange and international understanding, through inviting promising leaders to visit USA and delegate American counterparts to Jordan and other countries, in order to enhance dialogue and understanding between peoples.

Eisenhower Fellowship is an un-beneficiary organization established in 1953 to honor the Late American President Eisenhower. It seeks enhancing international understanding and increasing productivity through information, opinions and ideas exchange between new leaders across the world. The organization organizes mutual visits for professional leaders between US and other countries according to an accurately prepared program for every participant.