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    Jordanian trucks wait for green light to enter Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Tue 06 Mar 2018, 2:40 am

     Jordanian trucks wait for green light to enter Iraq



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    Economy News _ Baghdad
    A Jordanian newspaper reported on Tuesday that Jordanian trucks were waiting for the green light to enter Iraq, while stressing that the volume of trade between the two countries was still "modest". 
    "Jordanian trucks loaded with various types of goods unload their cargo on the Jordanian-Iraqi border daily," the Jordanian Jordan Times reported. 
    "Jordanian trucks unload their cargo, which is then loaded into Iraqi trucks," said the head of the association, Mohammed Daoud. "The volume of trade is still modest." 
    Before the closure of the Iraqi border with Jordan in 2014 after the control of the "Daash" on a large part of western Iraq, used about 600 trucks to enter Iraq daily, according to David.

    "Although there are about 80 trucks carrying goods to the Iraqi border every day now, we are still not satisfied," he said. "Trucks heading to the border crossing carry vegetables, steel, wood, industrial products and other goods." 
    "Jordanian trucks in Iraq are expected to be allowed to reach their destinations in neighboring countries in the next few weeks, which will increase the number of trucks operating on the commercial route," he said. 
    A truck driver and a resident of Mafraq, Abdullah Isser, said he hoped "Jordanian trucks would be allowed to enter the eastern neighbor as soon as possible." He said it was "futile to unload our cargo on the border."
    "The Iraqi road was one of the busiest roads for Jordanian trucks, and the work was very good in the past before it was called," he said. "We have suffered a lot over the past years and we hope to compensate for the losses in the near future."



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