Israeli company files a case against the Jordanian royal palace
Jordan-Israel, Local, 3/15/2002
The Israeli daily Yadhout Ahronot said on Thursday that the Israeli company "Nain Dan Hashkeyat" which provides garden irrigation equipment, intends to file a case in the coming days against Jordan and the Jordanian royal family at the international court for economic cases because of a debt of USD 20,000.
The said Israeli company provided the Jordanian royal family with irrigation equipment for the project of the King Palace in Amman and this company claims it did not get paid in full.
According to statements made by Afin Um Libanon, production director at the said Israeli company, the company provided in the past garden equipment in a project to the winter palace of the Jordanian king. And for this project, the company received the whole sum. And several days before the eruption of the Intifada the company asked for payment but did not receive any.
The USD 20,000 is the cost of equipment for irrigating five dunnums provided to Jordan. The Israeli company asked the representative for the Israeli embassy in Jordan about this matter and received no answer and this made the company wany to file the case against Jordan.
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