Jordan Exempted of Military Debt to Belgium

King and Queen of Jordan, received the Highest regard Leopold decoration of Belgium by King Philip

تم نشره في Mon 16 May / May 2016. 11:00 PM - آخر تعديل في Wed 18 May / May 2016. 07:13 PM
  • Their Majesties, King and Queen of Jordan on the Royal reception Ceremony by Belgian Monarchs, in Brussels - (Petra)

BRUSSELS, Belgium — His Majesty King Abdullah II convened with King Philip of Belgium in Belgian capital, Brussels, Today, Wednesday, to deliberate the reinforcement of ties between the two kingdoms, in the presence of ranking officials of both countries, on which the King of Belgium, announced exempting Jordan of military debts.

The meeting reviewed recent international and regional developments, including the rising threat of globalised terrorism, and the implications of Syrian refuge in Jordan, as well as the Paris Donors Conference conclusions, among other topics, as their Majesties, The King and Queen Rania Abdullah, attended several royal occasions, during which His Majesty expressed His appreciation of Belgium’s role in supporting Jordan within the EU as well as in the Country’s developmental progress.

The Monarchs Jordan, received the Highest regard Leopold decoration of Belgium by King Philip, who in turn was decorated the Hussein bin Ali Emblem by His Majesty, along with her Majesty Queen Matilda of Belgium, decorated with the Medal of Renaissance high regard studded.

(Petra)

 

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