Jordan’s King, the Emir of Qatar & UAE’s Crown Prince To Visit The United States
It is a busy month for the President of the United States Barack Obama as he is scheduled to meet with a number of Middle Eastern leaders.
On April 16, General Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, will meet with President Obama according to the White House press secretary’s official statement which said, “The President looks forward to discussing with the Crown Prince the strong and enduring ties between the United States and the UAE and consulting on common strategic interests in the Gulf region and broader Middle East.”
The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani, will visit the White House on April 23, where he will hold a meeting with the President.
King Abdullah II of Jordan will hold talks with President Obama on April 26. King Abdullah will also hold a number of meetings with the top U.S officials.Filed under Jordanian Royals, Qatar Royals, UAE Royals
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