GROZNY, April 18 (Itar-Tass) – King of Jordan Abdullah II will visit the Chechen Republic, it was reported at a meeting between Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov and special envoy of the King of Jordan Sharif Muhammed al-Luhaimaq here on Wednesday.
The envoy presented to Kadyrov a special message from King of Jordan Abdullah II with the invitation to visit the Kingdom of Jordan at the time suitable for him.
“This is a letter from the King of Jordan, in which he invited you, his Muslim brother, to visit Jordan at the suitable time for you,” Sharif Muhammed al-Luhaimaq noted. “He also asked to say that this is a protocol letter. You do not need an official invitation. You can arrive in Jordan as to your homeland,” he noted. He emphasized that “in the message the king informs Ramzan Kadyrov about his decision to visit Chechnya during his next visit in Russia.”
The republican president expressed gratitude and noted that Jordan became the homeland for many Chechens. “Jordan received tens of thousands of Chechens. The country became the second homeland for them. The Chechens are full-fledged members of the Jordanian society and make a worthy contribution in the development of the country,” Kadyrov remarked. “I will visit Jordan with pleasure and we are glad that King of Jordan Abdullah II will visit the Chechen Republic. I ask to say to the king that he will be welcomed in Chechnya as a desirable guest and will be given a worthy reception,” Kadyrov underlined.
At the meeting Kadyrov told the special envoy in detail about the situation in the region, as well as the projects of economic and social development.