Jordan–Russia relations

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Jordan-Russia relations
Map indicating locations of Jordan and Russia


Putin and Abdullah II at the Grand Kremlin Palace, August 2015

Jordanian-Russian relations (Russian: Российско-иорданские отношения) are foreign relations between Russia and Jordan. Russia has an embassy in Amman, while Jordan has an embassy in Moscow. Both countries had established diplomatic relations on August 20, 1963. Since then relations between both countries have been very strong and have been very friendly. Russian Presidents Vladimir Putin and Dmitry Medvedev have visited Jordan several times and have met with Jordanian King Abdullah II.

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