King meets Bedouin figures of Jordan

Jordan

Published: 2018-08-19 18:19

Last Updated: 2018-08-19 19:37


King meets Bedouin figures of Jordan
King meets Bedouin figures of Jordan
Roya News Source

His Majesty King Abdullah II met with figures representing northern, central and southern Badia regions of the Kingdom at the Royal Hashemite Court in Amman on Sunday, August 19, 2018.

"I welcome my family and brothers to the house of all Jordanians. I am very proud to meet with you and hear from you. We discuss and share opinions in order to work as a one spirited team and to ease the burdens on the citizens," His Majesty said.

His Majesty expressed condolences over the martyrdom of security personnel who sacrificed their lives in defending our country. "We are in constant contact with the families of martyrs to check on their current state as well as their future," His Majesty confirmed. 

In defying extremism, His Majesty voiced pride in the courage, awareness and unity of the Jordanian people. Stressing on his confident in the ability of the Jordanian Armed Forces (JAF) and all security agencies in confronting terrorism and in guarding our dear homeland, protecting its security, and mainting its stability. The King added "I promise everyone that we are able to protect our borders from inside and outside, and I have confidence in our military and security institutions."

The King described the joint-forces cooperation as efficient and professional, adding that the speed of detecting and raiding the terrorist cell in the city of Salt is something to be very proud of. Jordanians grow stronger and more courageous in difficult circumstances, His Majesty added while praising the excellent work of members of the JAF and the security forces for their heroism and sacrifices.

 "In times of crisis, Nashama [brave personnel] boost my morale and morale of all Jordanians," adding the King.

King Abdullah said that doors of the Royal Hashemite Court are always open to all Jordanians. "This is the communication that we want from the Royal Court and all our institutions; to listen to the needs of citizens and to take appropriate measures as needed."