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Cairo - Mubasher: The ministers of industry and trade in Egypt, Jordan and Iraq held a tripartite meeting today, Sunday, via video conference technology, as part of the follow-up to the outcomes of the tripartite summit that was held in Amman on the twenty-fifth of last August and brought together President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, King Abdullah II and Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi.
The Egyptian Ministry of Trade and Industry stated in a statement today, Sunday, that after in-depth discussions and discussions between the three ministers, the importance of expediting the development and implementation of plans necessary to enhance joint cooperation in all fields with the aim of achieving strategic integration, especially in the economic, commercial and investment fields, and translating what During the tripartite summit, they discussed projects on the ground that serve the interests of the three brotherly countries.
This came in the presence of Nevin Jama, Minister of Trade and Industry, Tariq Al-Hammouri, Jordanian Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply, and Manhal Aziz Al-Khabaz, the Iraqi Minister of Industry and Minerals, as well as the Secretary-General of the Jordanian Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply Yusef Al-Shamali and a number of stakeholders from the three countries, according to the Middle East News Agency.
The Egyptian industry indicated that a number of decisions were taken to enhance integration and economic, commercial and investment cooperation. Four sectors were targeted in the first phase to enhance tripartite cooperation, including the pharmaceutical, chemical, textile and ceramic industries.
The Egyptian Minister of Trade and Industry pointed out that it was agreed that each country would prepare lists of the names of companies and investors interested in building partnerships in these fields and provide other countries with them within 10 days from the date of the meeting.
She added that it was agreed to hold an expanded ministerial meeting soon for the three countries, including the ministers of industry and trade, water and irrigation, education, agriculture, housing, electricity, in addition to the customs departments of the three countries, and to start preparing for this meeting, which aims to discuss the implementation of the recommendations of the tripartite summit and set a timetable for projects. Cooperation to be agreed upon.
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