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Jordanian-Egyptian committee agrees on 10 MoUs, agreements for cooperation

By Petra - May 26,2015 - Last updated at May 26,2015

AMMAN — The Jordanian-Egyptian technical preparatory committee, headed by Industry, Trade and Supply Minister Maha Ali and Egyptian International Cooperation Minister Naglaa El Ehwany, agreed Tuesday on 10 memoranda of understanding, agreements, and executive programmes as part of the cooperation between the two countries.

The documents that were agreed will be submitted to the Joint Higher Jordanian-Egyptian Committee which will convene its 25th meeting on Wednesday, headed by prime ministers of both countries.

Ali said agreeing on the 10 documents enhances cooperation between the two countries in the fields of trade, transportation, investment, standards, agriculture, and other fields.

Ali said also that the Joint Higher Jordanian-Egyptian Committee's meetings are part of both countries' interest in boosting economic, trade, investment, and financial relations, and exchanging expertise in those fields. She added that this session highlighted the importance of conducting join investment projects in the industry, trade, transport, tourism, and renewable energy sectors.

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