Jordan king leaves for US
Jordan's King Abdullah II left Amman on Wednesday heading for London on his way to the US where he will hold talks with US President, George Bush, and members of the US administration on reviving the peace process and the current situations in Iraq.
According to Petra news agency, the King's talks in the US will also focus on bilateral relations, particularly in the investment and economic spheres.
The Jordanian monarch sent a letter to the US President last Sunday in which he stressed Jordan's stand which calls
for ending the Palestinian- Israeli conflict though implementing the road map peace plan. The King also stressed in his letter that the Israeli withdrawal from Gaza strip should be a part of the roadmap.
© 2004 Al Bawaba (www.albawaba.com)
- Powell Arrives in Jordan in Mideast Talks with King before Leaving to Paris
- King Abdullah’s US Flight Diverted to Canada
- King Abdullah Calls Arafat, Sharon Before Leaving to Washington; Cheney Seems to Tone Down on Arafat Accusations
- Barak to Consult with Mubarak, Jordan\'s King to Discuss US Proposals