Jordan Crown Prince opens Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Training City
The training city – funded by the UAE – will include schools as well as a logistical administration and training institute
The Crown Prince of Jordan HRH Hussein bin Abdullah II, on behalf of Jordan’s King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein, has opened the Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan Training City in Jordan’s Zarqa, in affiliation with the Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army (JAF).
The Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan Training City – which has been established through funding from the United Arab Emirates – includes schools for the Jordan’s Royal Engineering Corps, JAF officers; and a logistical administration and training institute.
In addition, the city plans to construct more schools and institutes in the future.
The UAE Ambassador to Jordan, Ahmed Ali Mohammed Al Balushi, and Emirati military attaché, Mubarak Saad Al Mansouri attended the opening ceremony.
The training city aims to facilitate the implementation of training and administrative requirements, state-run news agency, Wam.
The Jordanian Crown Prince expressed appreciation to the UAE for funding the establishment of the training city, within the framework of bilateral cooperation.
Prince Hussein reiterated King Abdullah’s keenness to ensure all the resources needed for the JAF’s development are provided.