Press Room

His Majesty King Abdullah II Wednesday has seen off President Leonid Kochma of Ukraine, following a two day visit to the Kingdom, where the two leaders discussed means to further develop bilateral relations between the two countries and the current developments in the region.
24 April 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II Wednesday approved the recommendations passed by the National Strategy Committee for Improvement of Investment Ambience, which was formed by the Consultative Economic Council (CEC).
24 April 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II Wednesday expressed his appreciation of the Public Security Department`s performance and role in keeping the country`s security and the citizens` interests.
24 April 2002
President of Ukraine Leonid Kochma Tuesday arrived to Amman for a two day official visit during which he is going to hold talks with His Majesty King Abdullah II on means to further boost bilateral relations between the two friendly countries, in addition to the current developments in the region.
23 April 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II and Ukrainian President Leonid Kuchma, on Tuesday opened talks at Raghadan Palace on mechanisms to enhance economic and cultural cooperation in addition to development of events in the region.
23 April 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II Tuesday urged for working together as one team, Moslems and Christians alike , to unify the world in the new millennium. His Majesty said that Jerusalem is a symbol of peace and an umbrella to bring the three monotheistic religions closer together, particularly in these difficult times prevailing in the region. He stressed that Jordan is a model for Islamic and Christian coexistence.
23 April 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II arrived back in Amman Monday after a two-visit which took him to Cairo, Casablanca and London. During the visit, King Abdullah held talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah Bin Abdel Aziz, who was visiting Morocco, and with British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
22 April 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II Monday stressed that the Jordanian and Arab vision for solving the current crisis in the Palestinian territories lies in a ceasefire and the Israeli pull out from the Palestinian cities and territories, and return to peaceful negotiations whose outcome should be ending the Israeli occupation and establishment of an independent Palestinian state with Jerusalem as its capital.
22 April 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II has left Amman for Cairo on the first leg of a three-country tour that will also take him to Morocco and Britain.
21 April 2002
His Majesty King Abdullah II and Egyptian President Muhammad Husni Mubarak Sunday called on Israel to instantly pull out its forces from the Palestinian territories and to stop practicing aggressions against the Palestinian people.
21 April 2002