Jordan waives in favor of Iraq the membership of the Board of Directors of the Arab Labor Organization
22/4/2018 12:00 am
[rtl] Amman / Hazem Mubaidin
approved by the Jordanian Council of Ministers on the memorandum of understanding intended to be signed between the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the Ministry of Communications in the Republic of Iraq, the MoU aims to develop modern communications services in the modernization of information and communication networks and the increased use of the Internet and the management of software development and exchange of information technology.
It aims at cooperation and exchange of experiences in the areas of planning, research and development in the telecommunications sector and in the fields of satellite, land and wireless communications and cooperation in the coordination of spectrum uses in border areas.
Adnan Abul Ragheb, chairman of the Jordan Chamber of Industry, resigned after his election as a member of the board of directors of the Arab Labor Organization (ALO) in favor of Ali Sabih Al Saadi, president of the Federation of Iraqi Industries. Abu Ragheb stressed that "his step in giving in favor of the Iraqi side, came to contribute to the return of Iraq to the forefront of Arab and international forums."
Abo stressed that the Jordan-Iraq relations are true and historic, stressing the necessity of partnership and partnership with the Jordanian government to be a role model for common Arab relations, by upgrading economic and trade relations to levels that meet the aspirations of the two sides and benefit the two countries.
He pointed out that "the Jordan Chamber of Industry is working to build real partnerships with all representatives of employers in Arab countries and to achieve the joint benefits of the three parties of production of the Arab brothers, in readiness of the full chamber to provide all forms of support to the brothers in the Federation of Iraqi Industries, including the interest of the industrial sector in Both countries. "
Abu Ragheb noted that "bilateral relations will undergo a qualitative leap during the current year, following the reopening of the border crossing with Iraq recently and the approval of the Iraqi side for the exemption of 540 Jordanian goods from the customs duties supplied to the Iraqi market, expressing the hope of speeding the Iraqi side in the application of the exemption The Jordanian goods, which enhances the volume of trade exchange between Jordan and Iraq and deepen economic cooperation between the two countries. "[/rtl]
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