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Modi arrived here on the first leg of his tour of three West Asian countries, including Palestine.
"Had a wonderful meeting with His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan. Our discussions today will give great strength to India-Jordan bilateral relations," Modi tweeted after meeting the King.
During the meeting, Modi told the King that he is looking forward to his visit to India in February end.
The King, meanwhile, described the meeting as the beginning of a new chapter in the bilateral ties.
"The Prime Minister expressed sincere thanks for logistical support extended for smooth facilitation for his Palestine visit," Kumar tweeted.
"A warm hug between friends reflecting our relationship! PM @narendramodi had a very cordial meeting with His Majesty King of Jordan immediately upon arrival in Amman. In a gracious and personal gesture, the King invited Prime Minister Modi to his residence for the meeting," he said.
On his arrival here, Modi was received by Jordan Prime Minister Hani Al-Mulki.
This is Modi's first visit to Jordan and also the first visit by an Indian Prime Minister in 30 years. India and Jordan enjoy friendly ties since diplomatic relations were established in 1950, Raveesh Kumar, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson, said.
Tomorrow, Modi will leave for Palestine where he is scheduled to hold discussions with President Mahmoud Abbas and reaffirm India's support for the Palestinian people and the development of Palestine.
The Prime Minister will leave for the UAE later in the day for a two-day visit.
In the UAE, Modi would hold meetings with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Vice President and Prime Minister of UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi.
He said he will also be addressing the 6th edition of the World Government Summit in Dubai, where India is the guest country.
He would also interact with leading businesspersons of Oman on developing stronger economic and business links with India.
More than nine million Indians work and live in the Gulf region, of which about one third live in the UAE alone. In Oman, they constitute the largest expatriate community.
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