France grants Jordanian Princess the Legion of Honor

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France granted Jordanian Princess Haya Bint el Hussein, the President of the International Equestrian Federation, the Legion of Honor in recognition of her efforts in the field of equestrian sport around the world.
HRH Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein is a former Olympic athlete, a campaigner for human rights, a health advocate, a member of the International Olympic Committee, a UN Messenger of Peace, President of the International Equestrian Federation and was the first Jordanian woman to obtain a license to drive heavy trucks.

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