Jordan announced its official delegation to MENA
Jordan, Politics, 10/23/1997
Jordan, which has decided to participate in the Middle East-North Africa Conference (MENA) due to be held in Qatar end of next month, announced its official delegation. Jordan is the first Arab country to confirm its participation. Saudi Arabia, UAE, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, and Sudan have stated that they will not participate in the conference.
Jordan also stated that its delegation will be headed by the Deputy Premier for the Cabinet Affairs Dr. Gawad Al Enani. The delegation includes Minister of Planning Rema Khalifa, Minister of Irrigation and Water Dr. Monzer Hadaden, and Minister of Industry, Trade and Supply Hany Al Mulqa.
The Minister of Public Works and Housing Nasser Al Lawzy said that the delegation will include representatives of the public and the private sectors. He added that the decision to participate in the conference is a matter of sovereignty to each country and the level of representation is only decided by the concerned country, and that Jordan is keen in participating in all the international conferences.
ArabicNews.com has learned that Jordan will submit many projects to investors in the conference in many fields including transferring the Al Aqaba port into a free port, and setting up an international conference hall in Amman.
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