On Sunday, the Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply, Yousef Shamali, and the Saudi Minister of Commerce, Majid bin Abdullah Al kassabi, met in Riyadh to discuss mechanisms for enhancing joint trade, removing relevant difficulties and stimulating the both countries’ private sector to benefit from available opportunities.
Both ministers discussed preparations for holding the 17th session of the Joint Commercial Committee meetings, which are scheduled to tackle many topics aimed at increasing volume of joint trade exchange and economic cooperation, according to the ministry’s statement.
Shamali stressed the “strong” relations between Jordan and Saudi Arabia, which are witnessing continuous progress under the both countries’ leaderships’ directives and their efforts to develop bilateral cooperation across different fields.
He also highlighted the two governments’ interest to enhance joint cooperation in various fields, especially in the economic areas, and optimally benefit from the opportunities available in both Kingdoms.
Shamali thanked Saudi Arabia for supporting Jordan and lauded Riyadh’s various support frameworks that had a “remarkable” impact in achieving Jordan’s priority development and strategic projects in a number of sectors.
Shamali invited his counterpart to visit Jordan, accompanied by a delegation from the Saudi private sector, to continue looking into ways to accelerate procedures for promoting economic cooperation and increasing joint trade exchange.
Source: Petra News