Jordanian King Abdullah II began a foreign tour that includes US, Canada, France, and Germany.
The tour aims at mobilizing international support for a ceasefire in Gaza and protecting civilians, providing humanitarian aid to the Strip on a permanent and sufficient basis, and emphasizing the importance of creating a political horizon that leads towards a comprehensive settlement that ends the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
In a statement, Jordanian Royal Court said that King Abdullah II will meet in Washington, DC, with US President Joe Biden, members of the US administration, and a number of members of the Senate and House of Representatives in Congress.
While in capital, Ottawa, he will meet with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
In Paris, Jordanian King will meet with French President Emmanuel Macron.
During his visit to Germany he will participate in the sixtieth session of the Munich Security Conference, during which he will meet a number of senior Western and European officials.