Prince Mired attends opening of Special Olympics World Games Berlin 2023

Deputizing,His Majesty King Abdullah,HH Prince Mired bin Raad bin Zaid,
(Photo:Jordan News Agency, Petra)
AMMAN — Deputizing for His Majesty King Abdullah, HH Prince Mired bin Raad bin Zaid, the chief chamberlain, attended the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics World Games 2023 in Berlin on Saturday evening, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.اضافة اعلان

The Special Olympics World Games 2023, taking place in the German capital until June 26, has attracted more than 7,000 players from 178 countries worldwide.

These athletes will compete across 24 Olympic sports during the duration of the tournament.

Jordan's representation and sporting disciplines
The Jordanian contingent consists of participants in seven sports, including athletics, roller skating, bocce, weightlifting, bowling, badminton, and swimming.

Alongside the tournament, Prince Mired, in his role as the President of the Higher Council for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, actively took part in the Global Forum for Inclusion for Persons with Disabilities in Berlin.

During the conference, Prince Mired highlighted Jordan's significant accomplishments in the field of disability rights, shedding light on the nation's future plans.

His Majesty, King Abdullah, has expressed deep interest in this area, emphasizing Jordan's excellence and commitment to fostering inclusivity.

According to a statement from the Higher Council for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, Prince Mired's involvement in the conference aimed to showcase Jordan's dedication to the rights of persons with disabilities.

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