King of Belgium arrives in Jordan on working visit

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AMMAN King Philippe of Belgium arrived in Amman on Tuesday for a two-day working visit aimed at strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries.اضافة اعلان

One of the key highlights of his visit will be his participation in a joint military exercise conducted by the armed forces of Belgium and Jordan.

The exercise aims to enhance cooperation and interoperability between the two nations' military units and exchange expertise in various areas of defense.

Upon his arrival at Marka military airport, King Philippe received a warm welcome from several notable figures, including Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Makram Al-Qaisi, Mayor of Amman, Yousef Shawarbeh, Belgian Ambassador Serge Dickschen, and other high-ranking officials. The reception showcased the significance and warmth with which Belgium and Jordan value their diplomatic ties.

During his stay, the Belgian monarch is expected to engage in a series of meetings with Jordanian officials to discuss areas of mutual interest, including trade, investment, tourism, and cultural exchanges. The discussions will aim to promote closer cooperation and explore avenues for further collaboration between the two nations.

King Philippe's visit also presents an opportunity to showcase the rich historical and cultural heritage of Jordan.

This visit comes at a time when both Belgium and Jordan seek to strengthen their bilateral ties and explore new avenues of collaboration. It underscores the commitment of both nations to deepening their cooperation in various fields, including defense, tourism, and cultural exchange.

The two-day working visit by King Philippe of Belgium is poised to contribute to the overall growth of the bilateral relationship between Belgium and Jordan while fostering closer ties and understanding between the two countries.

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