King Abdullah, Mubarak hold summit in Cairo
King Abdullah of Jordan arrived on Tuesday in Cairo on a one- day visit during which he held talks with Egyptian President Muhammad Hosni Mubarak on the latest developments in the Palestinian territories, and the future of the
Iraqi situation, Petra news agency reported.
The two leaders also discussed "mechanisms of coordinating
efforts and stands before the next Arab Summit," scheduled to be held in Tunisia next March.
The Jordanian king was accompanied by Prime Minister Faisal Fayez, Minister of the Royal Court Samir Rifa'i and Foreign Minister Marwan Muasher.
Following his talks in Egypt, the Jordanian monarch is expected to pay a visit to Morocco before heading for Switzerland on Thursday to participate in the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland.
Prince Ali Bin Nayef was sworn in as regent during king Abdullah's absence abroad.
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