‘Canadian Prime Minister in Amman today,’ al-Rai (Jordan), 22 January 2014

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper arrived in Amman today on an official visit to Jordan. The PM is scheduled to hold talks with King Abdullah II about the ways to strengthen bilateral relations, investment and tourism between the two countries, as well as current developments in the Middle East generally.

رئيس الوزراء الكندي في عمان … اليوم

٢٢ يناير ٢٠١٤

يصل رئيس الوزراء الكندي، ستيفن هاربر، والسيدة عقيلته الى عمان اليوم الاربعاء في زيارة رسمية الى المملكة تستمر عدة أيام

ويجري جلالة الملك عبدالله الثاني ورئيس الوزراء الكندي، مباحثات تتناول سبل تعزيز علاقات التعاون الثنائي، خصوصا في مجال التبادل التجاري، وتعزيز حركة الاستثمار والسياحة بين البلدين، إضافة إلى تطورات الأوضاع في الشرق الأوسط، خصوصا ما يتصل بالأزمة السورية، وجهود تحقيق السلام

كما يلتقي رئيس الوزراء الكندي، خلال الزيارة التي تأتي ضمن جولة له في المنطقة، بعدد من كبار المسؤولين

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Translation

Canadian Prime Minister in Amman today

22 January 2014

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his wife arrive in Amman on Wednesday in an official visit to the kingdom lasting several days.

His majesty King Abdullah II and the Canadian Prime Minister are holding talks about ways to strengthen bilateral relations, especially in the field of commercial exchange, as well as strengthening investment and tourism between the two countries. Additionally, they will discuss the latest developments in the Middle East, especially related to the Syrian Crisis and peace efforts.

The Canadian Prime Minister also will also meet a number of senior officials during the visit, which comes as a part of a regional tour.

Translated by Kevin Moore.

Article available at al-Rai.

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