Japan PM tells Jordan king he aims for strategic partnership

AMMAN, Jordan — Visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has told Jordan’s King Abdullah II that his country hopes to upgrade its ties with the kingdom into a strategic partnership. Abe told the monarch on Tuesday that “Jordan’s stability is …
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