AMMAN — Prime Minister Fayez Tarawneh on Sunday headed for Czech Republic upon an invitation from his Czech counterpart Petr Necas, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.
During the visit, Tarawneh is scheduled to meet with Czech President Vaclav Klaus along with Necas and other senior officials.
Discussions will cover means to develop economic and trade ties and attract more Czech investments to Jordan.
Discussions will also cover measures to increase the number of Czech tourists visiting the Kingdom and ways to exchange expertise in the fields of water and energy.
Tarawneh is accompanied by ministers of tourism and trade Nayef Al Fayez and Shabib Ammari, respectively, who are scheduled to meet with their Czech counterparts to discuss the issues on the visit agenda, according to Petra.
In April, a Senate delegation visited the Czech Republic on an official visit upon an invitation from the Czech senate.
During the visit, Senate President Taher Masri, accompanied by other senators, held talks with Czech officials on means to enhance cooperation, particularly at the parliamentary level.
In March, Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh met with President Klaus in Prague and discussed opportunities for further cooperation.