JordanOn the morning of March 11, 2013, His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan received credentials from ambassadors from Italy, Ecuador, Finland, Indonesia, and Greece at the Basman Palace.

Afterwards, His Majesty, accompanied by Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan, and the new six ambassadors visited the tombs of the “…late King Abdullah I and King Talal.  During the ceremony wreaths were placed at the tombs.”

His Majesty also held an audience with the Foreign Minister of New Zealand, Mr. Murray McCully, in Amman.  His Majesty and Mr. McCully discussed “…bilateral ties and the latest developments in the Middle East and Syria.  His Majesty also highlighted  the need to forge closer cooperation between Jordan and New Zealand, mainly in the economic and investment fields…” according to various sources.