The Jordanian-Tunisian Joint Trade Committee held held its first virtual meeting on Tuesday, which was attended by Secretary-General of the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply, Dana Al-Zoubi, and Head of the Cabinet of Minister of Trade and Export Development at the Ministry of Trade in Tunisia, Khaled bin Abdullah.
Zoubi stressed the importance of the committee’s role in highlighting available investment opportunities and capabilities, as well as boosting trade relations by inspecting trade and investment opportunities in Jordan and Tunisia.
The aim is to pave the way for new partnerships between business owners and expanding areas of cooperation between economic businesses in both countries, she explained.
She also stressed the importance of increasing consultations between senior officials in both countries, maintaining the periodicity of holding joint committees, and following up on the implementation of agreements concluded between both parties in various fields.
Abdullah said indicators are positive on the upward trend of bilateral relations in various fields and sectors, noting that the committee’s meeting paves the way for a prosperous era of fruitful cooperation between the two countries based on effective partnership.
During the meeting the attendees agreed on many areas of cooperation in the industrial sector, mutual recognition of conformity certificates, preparation and completion of industrial cities and investment, consumer protection, agricultural and customs fields and other topics.
The two sides agreed to start preparing for the meetings of the Higher Committee in its next session.
Source: Petra News
JFDZG Takes Part in Jordanian-Tunisian Technical Committee Meetings
The Jordan Free and Development Zones Group (JFDZG) has virtually participated in the first session of the joint Jordanian-Tunisian Technical Committee’s meetings, held at the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Supply.
The JFDZG issued a statement on Wednesday saying the committee discussed both countries’ expertise in the field of free zones, and discussed the executive plan to activate a proposed memorandum of understanding to enhance economic cooperation.
“The Committee also proposed potential areas of bilateral cooperation, and prepared for joint promotional programs, as well as regional and international conferences, in addition to setting a date for holding the second session of the meetings.”– JFDZG Statement
Source: Petra News