Border crossing points: The reopening of the Trebil border crossing with Jordan is a
Border crossing points: The reopening of the Trebil border crossing with Jordan is a matter of time
Views Date 19/04/2017 - 19:46
Economy News Baghdad:
General Director of the border crossings, Major General Sami al-Sudani, announced that the reopening of the border crossing of Trebil has become a matter of time after completing the procedures for securing and rehabilitating the road from the border to Baghdad.
"The government is keen to provide all the support and facilities to maintain the work of the border crossings with Jordan," said General Sami al-Sudani, director general of Iraq's border crossings, during talks in Jordan and Iraq. "The reopening of the Trebil crossing It is a matter of time after the completion of the procedures to secure and rehabilitate the road from the border to Baghdad to return the crossing work as it was before. "
He pointed out that "there is interest of the Iraqi government to automate the customs procedures at border ports to facilitate the movement of trade between the two countries."
In turn, the President of the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce, Jaafar al-Hamdani, "the depth of relations between the two countries and the two brotherly peoples despite all circumstances," stressing "to continue meetings and stay in touch to serve the interests of both sides."
He pointed out that "the official interest to strengthen and facilitate the economic relations of the two countries and access to a strategic partnership," noting that "the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce has a strong desire to expand the Jordanian-Iraqi Business Council to include all economic sectors that have an interest to work together reflected on the development of economic performance and access Solutions to all the problems facing the private sector. "
He stressed that "Iraq is keen on the participation of Jordanian companies in the reconstruction and reconstruction of Iraq," expressing his hope that "the development of trade exchanges of the two countries to the former."
He stressed that "there is a common interest in reopening the crossing of Trebil and the return of the movement of trucks and goods in an easy and easy way, pointing to the great interest of the government of his country to expedite the opening of the crossing."