AMMAN — Senator Yassin Al Husban, deputizing for HRH Princess Muna Al Hussein, launched the 11th International Congress of Graduates from Romanian Medical Universities on Thursday, an event orchestrated by the Association of Romanian Medical Graduates.
According to Jordan News Agency, during his opening address, Husban stressed the significance of such congregations in reinforcing Jordan-Romania relations, particularly in the fields of science and medicine, and in the exchange of medical expertise. He commended the role of Romanian-educated professionals in bolstering bilateral ties and underscored Jordan’s esteemed standing and credentials in medical sciences, which attract those seeking high-level medical and nursing care.
The President of the Association of Romanian Medical Graduates, Abdul Karim Abbadi, underscored the organization’s pivotal role in solidifying medical connections between Jordan and Romania, aiding student exchange programs, and facilitating professional conferences. He elaborated on the positive influence of Romanian alumni in scientific and administrative capacities, which nurtures communication and cultural exchange.
Romanian Ambassador to Jordan George Maior acknowledged the Association’s commitment to the advancement of medical and scientific discussions through regular conferences, thereby ensuring knowledge is current and relationships between Jordan and Romania are fortified. He lauded Princess Muna Al Hussein’s dedicated efforts in overcoming challenges to achieve substantial medical cooperation and ongoing development between the nations, celebrating the congress’s successful commencement and her relentless dedication to enhancing Jordanian-Romanian relations.