PM Abbasi picks Jordan’s King Abdullah from airport on personal JF-17 Thunder


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ISLAMABAD – Before the formal reception to honour King Abdullah-II of Jordan was held at the Prime Minister House in Islamabad on Thursday, PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi flew to the airport to pick up his guest on his personal JF-17 Thunder, The Dependent has learnt.

PM Abbasi gave King Abdullah-II a tour of the twin cities, as the two leaders picked up half a kg of sweets from Grato Jalaibee en route to their tour of Murree Road.

The two also discussed bilateral ties while PM Abbasi flew the JF-17 Thunder to Murree, giving King Abdullah-II a view of the hill station and the areas around it.

Sources within the cockpit have confirmed that the two exchanged their seats temporarily as well, with King Abdullah-II getting the wheel, and flying the JF-17 Thunder down to Islamabad where the two were welcomed by other dignitaries at the reception at the PM House.

As a contingent of Pakistan armed forces presented the guard of honour to King Abdullah-II, the Jordanian king joined in the drill and decided to participate in the guard of honour that was designed for his welcome.

King Abdullah was also given a 21-gun salute, 17 of which he shot himself.


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