Jordan’s Queen Rania meets with the PM’s wife of Japan


Tokyo – Jordanian Queen Rania Al Abdullah and KISHIDA Yuko, the spouse of the Japanese Prime Minister KISHIDA Fumio, met in Tokyo on Tuesday. Queen Rania is travelling to Japan with her husband, King Abdullah II.
Queen Rania was greeted by Mrs. Kishida, who also noted that the King and Queen’s visit to Japan was an excellent chance to strengthen bilateral ties.
Queen Rania lauded the traditions and culture of Japan and welcomed the possibility to strengthen ties between Jordan and Japan.

They talked on children’s education, one of their shared priorities, as well as tourist attractions in the two nations. They emphasised the need to improve learning environments for teachers, parents, and students while also working to ensure that all children receive high-quality education.
Queen Rania experienced Japanese art and culture while she was in Japan by visiting the National Museum of Modern Art in Tokyo.

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