This morning His Royal Highness Prince Ghazi Ibn Mohammad along with The Prince of Wales visited the King Hussein Ibn Talal Mosque in Amman. During their visit the prince was:
“…briefed on the various stages of the building of the mosque which holds 5,500 worshippers. The prince also met with Muslim and Christian clerics and academics from Jordanian universities in the presence of the director of the Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies Kamel Abu Jaber, the E.U. ambassador and the British Cultural Center’s director for a discussion of the Amman Message.”
The Prince of Wales also met with Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour in Amman. Discussions focused on “…bilateral ties and means of bolstering them, the latest developments in the Middle East and on the comprehensive reform process in Jordan.”
Meanwhile, in Mahis, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall accompanied by Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan and Her Royal Highness Princess Wejdan Bint Fawaz visited the Mahis Secondary School for Girls. During their visit the royals had a:
“…firsthand look at the impact Madrasati initiative and its civil society partners who have an education in Jordan. The Duchess of Cornwall and Her Majesty also toured the school library and watched a folklore dance performed by a group of students. They also checked in on some activities implemented by the Royal Health Awareness Society and ‘Katie’s Readers’, a program which is an accreditation program that sets standards for schools to reach in order to foster a healthy environment for living, learning, and working.”
Later in the afternoon, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited the Royal Automobile Museum in Amman.