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    Al-Aqsa flood reduces trade exchange between Iraq and Jordan

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    Post by Rocky Wed 11 Oct 2023, 6:48 am

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    Information/Anbar.. 
    A source in Anbar Governorate acknowledged, on Wednesday, that there had been a significant decline in the volume of trade exchange with Jordan due to American actions on the border triangle between Syria, Iraq and Jordan.

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    The source told Al-Maalouma: “The Trebil border crossing with Jordan, west of Anbar, recorded a significant decline in the volume of trade exchange in conjunction with the start of the Al-Aqsa Flood Battle against the Zionist occupation forces.”
    He added, "The Trebil border crossing with Jordan recorded the entry of only 50 trucks, while previously it recorded the entry of more than 200 trucks daily."
     He stated, “The movements of the American forces in the Jordanian-Iraqi-Syrian triangle sent unpositive signals to merchants and capitalists to proceed with shipping their goods through Jordan towards the Iraqi provinces.”
     He pointed out, "The American forces conducted ground reconnaissance of areas close to the Trebil border port with Jordan, west of Anbar, which raised the fear of merchants and travelers about using the port in future shipping operations and changed their compass to other ports far from the danger of American movements." . End / 12a

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