Jordan king, queen to receive Path to Peace Award in New York

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Jordan king Abdullah and Queen Rania Al Abdullah will Monday receive the "Path to Peace Award" in New York, during their working visit to the United States.
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  • The award will be presented by the Path to Peace Foundation affiliated with the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations
  • It comes in appreciation of their role in promoting interfaith harmony and dialogue, as well as bolstering prospects for peace

Jordan king Abdullah and Queen Rania Al Abdullah will Monday receive the “Path to Peace Award” in New York, during their working visit to the United States.

The award, presented by the Path to Peace Foundation affiliated with the Permanent Observer Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations, comes in appreciation of  their role in promoting interfaith harmony and dialogue, as well as bolstering prospects for peace, and Jordan’s humanitarian efforts to host refugees.

Also in New York, King Abdullah is scheduled to meet with the Jordanian American Physicians executive board and a number of Jordanian doctors in the United States. 

The King will also meet with a number of Christian leaders in the United States to reaffirm the importance of safeguarding the Christian presence in the Middle East and protect Arab Christians’ rights.

From New York, Jordan king will head to Washington to continue the working visit, which started on Friday.

 

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