Press Room

During his chairmanship of the Consultative Economic Council's (CEC) session, His Majesty King Abdullah II Wednesday approved the National Strategy for Administrative Reform in the public sector, prepared by CEC, with the cost of JD. 1,415 m. His Majesty urged the government to rapidly implement the strategy.
26 January 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II Thursday expressed comfort over the government`s steps taken to reinvigorate national economy despite existing formidable challenges that stormed the region and the world, pledging support for the governmental reformist programmes.
24 January 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II Thursday received visiting Lebanese Minister of Displaced Peoples` Affairs Marwan Hamadeh , who delivered the King an invitation from Lebanese President Emile Lahoud to attend the Arabs summit meeting scheduled to be held in Beirut toward the end of March.
24 January 2002
Jordan was Thursday picked by G-8 Group to benefit from its e-government and the abridgement of digital gap initiative.
24 January 2002
Arab League Secretary General Amr Musa, Wednesday, briefed His Majesty King Abdullah on the league`s preparations for the Arab summit scheduled to be held in Beirut next March .
23 January 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II on Wednesday discussed Jordanian-U.S. relations with U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff General Richard Meyers. The talks centered on areas of cooperation between the two countries` armed force including the U.S. military aid to Jordan.
23 January 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II, Wednesday, received a message from Pakistani President Perevez Musharraf dealing with bilateral relations and the situation between Pakistan and India
23 January 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II, Tuesday, met U. S. Assistant Secretary of State of Political Military Affairs Lincoln Bloomfield .
22 January 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II returned home Monday after a visit to China and Singapore.
21 January 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II discussed with Chinese officials of Suzo indusgtrial zone, Shanghai, the future of Aqaba Special Economic Zone.
19 January 2002