A delegation from the Jordanian parliament, led by its speaker Ahmed Al-Safadi, has been warmly welcomed by members of the Jordanian community in London at a reception hosted by the Jordanian embassy.
Jordanian parliament delegation receives warm welcome from Jordanians in London
The event, which took place on Thursday evening, 14 September, was attended by prominent figures from the Jordanian community, including representatives of the Jordanian Forum, a group of Jordanian businessmen and students living in Britain.
The Jordanian ambassador to London, Manar Al-Dabbas, praised the role of the state institutions in Jordan and stressed the need for cooperation between the executive, legislative and judicial branches to ensure the country’s stability and progress.
Mr Al-Safadi thanked the embassy and the attendees for their hospitality and expressed his appreciation for the achievements of the Jordanian expats in various fields.
Helmi Al-Harahsheh, the president of the Jordanian Forum, handed a written message to Mr Al-Safadi outlining the requests of the Jordanian community in Britain.
The message included requests such as facilitating their participation in the Jordanian elections, reducing the fees for renewing passports, establishing an Arab school that follows the Jordanian curriculum, and appointing a cultural attaché to look after the affairs of Jordanian students.
The message also suggested several programs to enhance the identity and national belonging of the community.
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