Jordan welcomes Italian president

Giorgio Napolitano meets King Abdullah II to discuss Middle East peace in 3-day visit
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Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano (L) reviews the Jordanian royal honor guard during his reception by Jordan's King Abdullah II (R) prior to an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano (R) reviews the Jordanian royal honor guard during his reception by Jordan's King Abdullah II (L) prior to an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano (L) is welcomed by Jordan's King Abdullah II (R) during an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano (R) reviews the Jordanian royal honor guard during his reception by Jordan's King Abdullah II (L) prior to an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano (2nd from L) and his wife Clio Napolitano (R) are welcomed by Jordan's King Abdullah II (L) and Queen Rania of Jordan (2nd from R) during an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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Queen Rania of Jordan during a welcome reception for Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano prior to an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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Queen Rania of Jordan (R) and King Abdullah II of Jordan (back) speak with Jordanian officials during a welcome reception for Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano prior to an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano's wife Clio Napolitano (L) is greeted during a receiption by Jordan's King Abdullah II and Queen Rania (R) prior to an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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A Jordanian female soldier stands during a welcome reception for Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano prior to an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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An Italian delegation with Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano take photographs of the Jordanian honor guard during an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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Jordanian royal honor guards prepare for the reception of the Italian President, Giorgio Napolitano at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)
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Italian President Giorgio Napolitano (L) reviews the Jordanian royal honor guard during his reception by Jordan's King Abdullah II (R) in an official ceremony at the Royal Palace on April 02, 2012 in Amman, Jordan. The Italian President has embarked on an official three day visit to Jordan, where he is expected to discuss the regions evolvement in the Middle-East peace process with senior Jordanian officials. (Getty Images)