Egypt and Jordan Sign 12 Cooperative Agreements to Strengthen Bilateral Relations”

Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouly of Egypt and his Jordanian counterpart, Bisher Khasawneh, have inked 12 cooperation agreements aimed at enhancing bilateral collaboration between the two nations. The agreements were formalized during the 31st session of the Joint Jordanian-Egyptian Higher Committee.

These agreements cover a diverse range of fields, including economic and financial policy-making, environment, social affairs, media, culture, vocational training, manpower, social security, health, endowments, and postal services. The committee underscored the significance of knowledge-sharing in the realm of green hydrogen and the potential utilization of Egypt’s expertise in this domain. Additionally, the cooperation in the gas industry is set to be strengthened through these agreements.

The trade volume between Egypt and Jordan reached $1 billion in the previous year, according to Jordan’s Minister of Labour, Youssef Al Shamali. He expressed the shared aspiration to establish comprehensive economic integration between the two nations, highlighting the commitment to fostering robust economic ties.



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