[size=36]Jordan: Export movement with Iraq via Trebil is non-existent[/size]
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head of the Association of Jordanian Exporters of Agricultural Products Sulayman al-Hayari said that the export movement to Iraq and Syria recently through the ports of Trebil and Jaber-Nisab is absent.
"The weakness of the export movement to Iraq comes because of the fluctuation of the Iraqi situation, and the lack of export movement with the Syrian side caused by the failure of Jordan to implement the agreements concluded with the Syrian side before the closure of the crossing."
The Jabir-Naseeb crossing between Syria and Jordan is important for shipping in the Middle East. Before the Syrian crisis, hundreds of trucks pass through Syria, Turkey and Lebanon to the Gulf.
The crossing was closed in 2015 after the militants took control of it, which led to the interruption of the movement of trucks, and reopened in October 2018, after the Syrian army took control of him.