Prince Mired receives the Czech ambassador

(Photo: Petra)
AMMAN — HRH Prince Mired Bin Raad, president of the Higher Council for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (HCD), on Tuesday met with Czech Ambassador to Jordan Joseph Kotski, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.اضافة اعلان

Prince Mired and Kotski discussed bilateral relations and ways to enhance them in various related fields.

Prince Mired lauded the high level of Jordanian-Czech ties and the embassy’s keenness to enhance cooperation in exchanging technical expertise on various issues of common interest.

During the meeting, Prince Mired briefed the ambassador on HCD key tasks and functions in promoting the rights of persons with disabilities, in cooperation with partner entities.

He referred to challenges HCD faces in reflecting and enforcing the rights of persons with disabilities, and called for an exchange of expertise between the two countries in this field.

The Czech ambassador expressed his country’s pride in the high level of the Czech-Jordanian relations, stressing that his country seeks to strengthen its ties with the Kingdom, which is a priority to his country’s government.

He commended the significant role of HCD, which enjoys the support of the Hashemite leadership, in promoting the rights of persons with disabilities.

He praised the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Law No. 20 of 2017, and its executive plans in the field of inclusive education, and the creation of alternative day services for the accommodation and accessibility system.

The ambassador invited HCD representatives to participate in a workshop that the embassy will organize in November on “tourism and medical treatment”, attended by a number of experts and concerned authorities from both countries, and to discuss the possibility of including the theme of accessible tourism on the agenda of the workshop.

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