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Putin, Jordan's king to discuss trade ties
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11:14, February 11, 2008

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Jordan's King Abdullah II will meet here on Monday for talks that will focus on trade and economic ties between the two nations, a senior Kremlin official said on Sunday.

"One of the main subjects of discussion at the forthcoming talks between the two leaders on Monday will be the development of bilateral trade and economic cooperation," the Itar-Tass news agency cited presidential aide Sergei Prikhodko as saying.

Abdullah is scheduled to arrive in Moscow later in the day for his eighth visit to Russia. He is also expected to meet with First Deputy Prime Minister and presidential hopeful Dmitry Medvedev during his two-day visit.

The Jordanian king praised bilateral relations in an interview with Itar-Tass on Sunday, saying the two countries enjoy close political and economic ties, as well as security coordination and cooperation.

He urged the two countries to enhance cooperation in such fields as infrastructure projects, the oil and gas industry and the nuclear energy sector.

Abdullah also appreciated Russia's involvement in the Middle East peace process, saying it will be vital in the months ahead as Palestinians and Israelis begin to discuss final status issues.

Source: Xinhua

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