Jordan, Iraq, Egypt Agree To Strengthen Trade Cooperation

AMMAN, Jordan Jordan, Iraq and Egypt agreed on Friday, to strengthen cooperation in trade and remove barriers.

At the conclusion of a trilateral meeting in Jordan’s capital, Amman, officials from the three countries underlined the need for continued strategic coordination among them, and with the rest of the Arab states to restore stability in the region.

In the final communique of the meeting, they highlighted the importance of exerting increased efforts, to address crises facing the Arab countries.

They also agreed to enhance joint investments and build partnerships in private sectors, while underlining the significance of industrial integration and efforts to support entrepreneurship.

Notably, the communique voiced support for the rebuilding of Iraq.