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Rishi Sunak meets with King Abdullah II of Jordan

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Rishi Sunak meets with King Abdullah II of Jordan

Rishi Sunak meets with King Abdullah II of Jordan

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak welcomed his Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan to Downing Street today.

His Majesty has embarked on various international trips in a bid “to mobilise international support for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza, the protection of civilians, and the provision of sufficient and sustainable humanitarian aid.” Report by Kennedyl.

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