Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan, Turkey and Jordan technical delegations, to deepen transport cooperation between the country and the negotiations they perform in order to facilitate, reported that the two countries' common interests results will serve to come.
Arslan, he headed the Ministry of Transport in Jordan, Jordanian Transport Minister Cemil-Turkey Joint Commission Meeting with Ali Mujahid.
Arslan, who made statements before the meeting, was appointed as 4. said that they had met with the Mujahideen for the third time in this process.
Transport Joint Committee meeting held in July, the establishment of the first meeting between the two countries and agreed Arslan pointing is done in Turkey, voiced satisfaction heard thus fulfilling the promise.
Arslan stated that the technical delegations of the two countries were in negotiations for two days, and that these meetings were held in order to deepen and facilitate cooperation in the field of transportation.
Road, rail, maritime and combined transport; civil aviation in the two-day talks working group that obtained results will serve their country and the common interests stressed Arslan, the results of the Turkey-Jordan Transportation Joint Committee 1. noted that take place in the Meeting Protocol.
Arslan, that the developments will accelerate the transport relations between the Commission on the occasion of Turkey and Jordan recorded and Armstrong describes some of the issues in the development of solutions that will satisfy both sides of one of the developments that will contribute to transport relations Education of 1978 Seamen, Certification and Ships in accordance with the International Convention on Watchkeeping Standards The men reported that the Memorandum of Understanding on Mutual Recognition of their Documents will be signed.
Arslan, the Turkish and Jordanian seizure bayraklı Drawing attention to the fact that it will allow the employment of more nationals of two countries on the ships, he said that this is an important development in terms of maritime.
Arslan, who said that they will continue the works and negotiations that will increase the transportation, continued as follows:
“Our delegations will organize the Land Transport Joint Committee Meeting, which is foreseen to be held in our country in the first quarter of 2018, and the 2018st Maritime Consultations Meeting that will be held in Jordan in the second quarter of 1. Also, within the scope of international events in the civil field, our friends will come together, negotiate, and continue to look for ways to create solutions and develop cooperation at ICAN 2017's December meeting. ”
Arslan said that the world was approaching intermodal transport with the aim of protecting the environment with time and resource savings, and that the delegations would also be negotiating the signing of a Combined Transport Agreement to support it among the countries in such a period.
“Aqaba expeditions start in March”
Stating that the necessary work has been done for Turkish Airlines (THY) to launch Aqaba flights in the field of civil aviation, Arslan stated that as of March, the flights will resume at 3 frequencies per week.
Underlining that the Code Sharing Agreement signed between THY and Royal Jordan Airlines will also serve to improve aviation relations between countries, Arslan said, “We are experiencing a difficult period in our region, which is the most valuable land of the world. Every step taken jointly by our countries makes sense not only for us, but also for our region. ” he spoke.
Arslan emphasized that he has a bond of affection with Jordan, as well as friendly and fraternal relations, “Jerusalem and Harem-i Sharif are very important for the entire Islamic world, and equally important and sensitive to us. We support and attach great importance to the role played by the Hashemite Dynasty in maintaining the blessing of Jerusalem and Harem-i Sharif. ” found the assessment.
Ministers Arslan and Mujahid, speaking after the Turkey-Jordan Joint Transportation Committee meeting signed the Protocol.