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Royal Court chief attends event marking national occasions

By JT - Jun 10,2023 - Last updated at Jun 10,2023

Royal Court Chief Yousef Issawi speaks during an event marking national occasions at King Abdullah II Gardens in the Al Muqablin region on Saturday (Petra photo)

AMMAN — Royal Court Chief Yousef Issawi on Saturday attended a celebration of national occasions in Jordan. 

The event, held at King Abdullah II Gardens in the Al Muqablin region, marked Independence Day, the wedding of HRH Crown Prince Hussein, Coronation Day, Army Day, and the Great Arab Revolt, according to the Jordan News Agency, Petra.

Issawi, during the ceremony, highlighted the sacrifices made by the Hashemite family in preserving the country and empowering Jordanians, which has shaped Jordan's future and built a model nation.

The wedding of the Crown Prince was hailed as a historic and national event, showcasing Jordanian values, customs and traditions, Issawi said, highlighting the unity of the Jordanian people under the Hashemite leadership.

MP Ahmed Al Dawaimeh emphasised His Majesty King Abdullah's commitment to regional issues, particularly the Palestinian cause, and Jordan's role in protecting the holy sites in Jerusalem.

The celebration featured performances by the Public Security Directorate’s bands and Jordanian artists, and entertaining activities for children.

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