Jordan’s King speaks with Japanese ministers about business relations


Tokyo – King Abdullah II of Jordan met in Tokyo with Ministers of Economy, Trade, and Industry NISHIMURA Yasutoshi and KONO Taro, as well as Chairman of the Japanese-Jordanian Friendship Association Sasaki Mikio, to discuss digital transformation.

Jordan’s Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II also attended the meetings, according to the Petra news agency. Discussions of Jordan and Japan’s economic cooperation were held while praising their long-standing friendship.

King Abdullah highlighted chances to improve collaboration in the areas of the digital economy, cybersecurity, renewable energy, tourism, and investments in public and private partnerships.

He also expressed his gratitude for Japan’s assistance to Jordan in the areas of development and the economy.

According to the Petra news agency, the Japanese ministers pledged to increase economic collaboration with Jordan in a number of areas.

The head of the Japanese-Jordanian Friendship Association lauded the cordial ties that exist between the two nations’ governments and populations. He also indicated willingness to strengthen ties for the benefit of shared objectives.

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