Jordan's King Abdullah II Monday called on the Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, who is currently at Al Hussein Medical Center in Amman for medical treatment.
According to Jordan's Petra news agency, Abdullah checked on Talabani's health and wished his speedy recovery.
The king also instructed the center to provide the best medical service to the Iraqi president.
Talabani arrived in Jordan late Sunday for extensive examination after falling ill on Saturday while attending a conference in Suleimaniyah, Iraqi Kurdistan.
Earlier in the day, Iraqi ambassador to Jordan, Saad al-Hayyani, said Talabani is now "in stable condition."
The ambassador said Talabani have had medical tests to determine the cause of his illness and there will be no need for him to be transferred to the U.S. or anywhere else for treatment.
In the meantime, a top Iraqi official was quoted by other media as reporting that Talabani was in good spirits after being hospitalized in Jordan and would be back in Baghdad soon.