Jordan's King Abdullah II to visit Obama, discuss Middle East

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April 16, 2009 04:31

 
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King Abdullah II of Jordan will visit US President Barack Obama Tuesday, to discuss cooperation toward improving the political and security situations in the Middle East. A statement issued Wednesday from press secretary Robert Gibbs' office described Jordan as a close ally and partner of the United States. It said Obama looked forward to consulting with Abdullah on the search for a comprehensive regional peace in consonance with the Arab Peace Initiative.

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