Jordanian Prime Minister receives Oman’s MoCIIP Minister

Amman: Dr. Bisher Al-Khasawneh, Jordanian Prime Minister, received in his office today His Excellency Qais bin Muhammad Al-Yousef, Minister of Trade, Industry and Investment Promotion, and his accompanying delegation.

During the meeting, the Jordanian Prime Minister stressed the special status that the Sultanate of Oman enjoys in Jordan, which is embodied in the close historical relations between the two countries, the two brotherly peoples, and the two wise leaderships.

He pointed out the importance of building on the results of the recent visit conducted by the Jordanian King to the Sultanate of Oman in order to expand the horizons of cooperation and exchange and achieve the common interests of the two brotherly countries, praising the efforts of the Omani-Jordanian working team that is following up on the outcomes of this visit and crystallizing them in the form of agreements that include a number of areas of importance.

The Prime Minister also affirmed Jordan’s welcome to Omani investments, and his aspiration for Jordan to be an investment destination for the Omani Investment Fund, reviewing in this regard the legislative and administrative measures taken by the Jordanian government to regulate the investment environment, which include granting many incentives to encourage investment as a primary driver of economic growth.

For his part, His Excellency the Minister of Trade, Industry and Investment Promotion expressed his appreciation for Jordan’s steadfast and well-established positions over decades, and his pride in the historical and fraternal relations between the Sultanate of Oman and Jordan, stressing the common keenness to strengthen and develop them in various fields, based on the high directives of the leaderships of the two countries.

His Excellency praised the economic steps taken by Jordan in recent years, most notably the launch of the economic modernization vision and the clear goals and serious steps it included to attract investment and provide employment opportunities.

His Excellency stressed the existence of many commonalities and integration frameworks that can be worked on to serve the common interests of the two brotherly countries, pointing out that his visit to Jordan includes visits to major companies and public and private entities to benefit from the available economic and investment opportunities.

The meeting was attended from the Jordanian side by His Excellency Yousef Al-Shamali, Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply, and by His Excellency Kholoud Al-Saqqaf, Minister of Investment, and from the Omani side by His Excellency Fahd bin Abdul Rahman Al-Ajili, the Sultanate of Oman’s ambassador to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

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