King Abdullah II of Jordan arrives in Baghdad today on an official visit to Iraq for talks with President Barham Salih, and Prime Minister Adil Abd Al Mahdi and senior officials, with a view to strengthening bilateral relations and regional development.
According to a report from The Arab Weekly, the two countries are planning a border industrial zone with a possible 50,000 jobs.
It would also facilitate exports of tax-exempted Jordanian goods to the Iraqi market.
In recent weeks, the two countries have agreed a series of measures to increase cooperation between the two countries, including a plan to finalize the framework agreement for the Iraqi-Jordanian pipeline which will run from Basra through Haditha to Aqaba in the first quarter of 2019.
They have also agreed to upgrade the al-Karamah – Terbil Border Crossing.
(Sources: Govt of Iraq, The Arab Weekly)
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