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    Egyptian - Jordanian Joint Technical Committee for Land Transport

    Eng. Nader Samir, Chairman of the General Authority for Roads, Bridges and Land Transport, headed the Egyptian delegation in the Egyptian-Jordanian Joint Technical Committee for Land Transport, which was held in Sharm el-Sheikh and lasted for two days and headed the Jordanian delegation Eng. 
    Eng. Nader Samir stressed the importance of continuing the distinguished bilateral relations between the two countries, Egypt and Jordan, and strengthening and strengthening the bonds of mutual cooperation between the two sides, especially in the field of land transport to facilitate the transport of goods and passengers, which reflects on the process of economic and trade exchange between the two countries. On the continuation of the mechanism of entry of trucks and refrigerators to the territory of the two countries through the Aqaba-Nuweiba route until the end of this year in accordance with the provisions of the land transport agreement between them, adding that the Egyptian side has provided specialized technical workshops in Nuweiba Customs Jordan Customs was informed during the joint customs committee held in April 2019
    For his part, Eng. Naim Hassan, Acting Secretary General of the Ministry of Transport, requested to provide a detailed list of fees and allowances collected from Jordanian trucks in and outside Nuweiba port under financial receipts, to be announced to the carriers. He pointed out that the Egyptian side handed his Jordanian counterpart a list of the required fees. He also explained that coordination is underway with the concerned bodies to implement the one-window system so that all fees and amounts are collected to all parties through a unified bill. 
    It was agreed to hold the next meeting of the Egyptian-Jordanian Joint Technical Committee for Land Transport in Amman in the last half of December

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    Iraqi oil transported to Jordan this month

    The transfer of Iraqi oil to Jordan will start before the end of this month, Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Hala Zawati said on Thursday.

    During a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister for Energy and Iraqi Oil Minister Thamer Ghadhban in Baghdad, Zawati welcomed the decision of the Iraqi Council of Ministers to approve the project of extending a pipeline to export Iraqi oil to the port of Aqaba on world markets through Jordan, where it transports about one million barrels of oil per day.

    The two sides discussed bilateral cooperation, especially the developments of the Iraqi oil export pipeline through the port of Aqaba.

    Concerning the stages of implementation of the project, Zawati said, "The approval of the Iraqi Council of Ministers will be followed by the signing of an agreement between the two countries."

    She pointed out that the two countries agreed to open a new outlet for Iraqi oil exports, and gives Jordan the right to buy 150 thousand barrels of oil per day through the pipeline, which is estimated to cost about $ 5 billion.

    “The Iraqi Council of Ministers approved the project of exporting Iraqi crude oil to Jordan through the implementation of the project of extending a pipeline to transport crude oil from the oil fields in Rumaila in Basra governorate to the port of Aqaba.

    Iraq agreed in January, to supply Jordan with 10,000 barrels per day of Kirkuk crude oil Matruh Chinese station - Peggy Salahuddin, where the Iraqi Oil Ministry explained that the agreement will be in accordance with the "price formula linked to the price of Brent crude minus transport costs, And different specifications, and transferred basins to the refinery Zarqa.

    The director of the oil tanker from Iraq to Jordan, Nael Thiabat, said on May 1 that 500 tankers would transport 1,360 tons of oil a day, as trucking oil would be shared equally between the two countries.

    The two sides signed joint agreements on February 2 to support the economy during ministerial meetings at the Trebil-Karama crossing.

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    alkhasawna: The private sector is a key element in the process of transport development

    The first meeting of the team that was formed to evaluate the transport sector was held under the chairmanship of Minister of Transport Eng. During the meeting, several issues concerning the development of the road transport sector were discussed. It was agreed on the purpose for which the team was formed and what are the issues that limit its advancement.

    The meeting concluded that each party to submit a paper containing the problems faced by each type of road transport and the proposed solutions to be discussed at the next meeting.

    For his part, the Minister of Transport stressed during the meeting the need to expedite the work of the team in order to reach optimal solutions to raise the level of the sector to meet international standards and meet the need of the local market and provide the best services to citizens and traders alike.

    He stressed that it is time to work together to find a sophisticated and safe transport system and launch towards a bright future in cooperation with the relevant authorities and activate the role of the private sector because of its importance in this area.

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