A new crossing between Iraq and Turkey and the opening of Arar commercial[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date: 2019/1/13 8:22 • 385 times read[/rtl]
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) End of the border crossings, the work to identify and survey the site in which will be the establishment of the new border crossing between Iraq and Turkey.
"The committee formed under the chairmanship of the head of the body, Kazim al-Aqabi, has completed the work related to the selection, identification and survey of the site where the border crossing between Iraq and Turkey will be established," said Alaa al-Din al-Qaisi, media coordinator. North of Duhok province. "
He pointed out that the Turkish side is waiting for completion of the Iraqi side to finalize and finalize the work related to them to carry out the work of its implementation and opening it in order to promote and increase trade exchanges, especially that the objective The opening of new crossings between the two countries is for the transport of goods coming from Europe in general and Turkey in particular to the Gulf countries across Iraq. "
"The Saudi company responsible for the development of the second part of the Arar port, which is dedicated to trade exchange between Iraq and Saudi Arabia, has been completed," al-Qaisi said, referring to the renewal and establishment of customs and immigration offices on both sides of the border to serve passengers. As well as the establishment of a new commercial road network in accordance with the latest international specifications linking the facilities of the region to support economic relations between the two brotherly countries.
He pointed out that "the beginning of next month, will witness the process of opening this section, which bear the Saudi side all the costs of its work by monitoring the amount of 50 million US dollars, noting that this port will be a logistics area acts as the economic gateway to link Saudi Arabia and the Gulf countries in Europe And the rest of Asia through Iraq. "
Qaisi stressed that "the projects mentioned by the Commission will also work to create and provide job opportunities for the unemployed, in addition to increasing the number of commercial outlets of the country with neighboring countries."
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