Arab News Japan
Jordan’s King Abdullah II received a letter from the Japanese Prime Minister KISHIDA Fumio on Tuesday, which outlined his hopes for the two countries to strive towards strengthening their bilateral relationship through enlisting opportunities for expanded cooperation.
The letter was delivered by the Japanese Economy Minister NISHIMURA Yasutoshi during a meeting at the Al Husseiniya Palace, in Amman, Jordan, which was also attended by the Jordanian Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, who expressed his appreciation for the support provided by Japan for developmental projects in the country, while highlighting the potential for greater bilateral cooperation in the fields of ICT and research and development.
During the meeting, Prince Ghazi bin Muhammad, Chief Advisor to King Abdullah of Jordan for Religious and Cultural Aaffairs expanded on the opportunities for integration within Jordan’s ICT sector, which is filled with people of high-expertise that have enabled the country to become a ‘regioinal hub’ for the development of 5-G related technologies, state news agency Petra reported.
Nishimura praised Jordan for their role in the development of regional economic cooperation and stressed Japan’s keenness on increasing the partnerships available between the two countries across various economic sectors.