His Majesty, King Abdullah of Jordan’s One Night Visit to Yemen The Ties Just Keep Getting Better [Archives:1999/27/Front Page]

July 5 1999

Jordan’s King Abdullah arrived in Yemen on Friday afternoon on the start of a four-nation Arab tour to discuss the Middle East peace process and the efforts to convene an Arab Summit. 
King Abdullah, accompanied by Prime Minister Abdul-Raouf al-Rawabdeh, and the Director of The Royal Court Abdul-Karim al-Kabariti, discussed with President Ali Abdullah Saleh means to strengthen the bilateral relationship between the two countries. Discussions also included the ways to have Arab nations join hands and remove any obstacles towards clearing the air between them, and perhaps having an Arab Summit with the participation of all countries without exception. His Majesty left Sanaa yesterday morning to go to Sudan, which is the second leg in his trip, which also includes Morocco and Muaritania.