Saudi-Jordanian Maritime Transport Technical Committee begins third session in Jordan
Amman: The Saudi-Jordanian Technical Committee for Maritime Transport began its third session in Aqaba, Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, with the participation of a Saudi delegation led by Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport and Logistics Services Abdurrahman Al -Thunayan, while the Jordanian side was headed by the director general of the Jordanian Maritime Authority Mohammed Salman.
The meeting of the Committee is part of the joint action and cooperation in the field of maritime transport and ports between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Jordan, and a common will to organize and develop bilateral relations between the two countries in the field of maritime transport. , and to complete the march of joint integration and coordination.
The two sides reviewed the latest developments in the maritime transport sector and the ports of the two countries, discussed the challenges facing the global maritime transport sector and discussed the development and modernization mechanism of a number of previous agreements.
Both parties expressed their wish to agree on a set of common elements, such as the strengthening of cooperation between maritime administrations, the certificate verification mechanism, the exchange of experiences and the transfer of knowledge in areas of maritime transport, and broadening the scope of joint cooperation in the maritime domain. education and training through accredited colleges and academies in both countries, in addition to developing the exchange movement and facilitating procedures in their ports through the optimal application of relevant international agreements and benefit from the Saudi experience in this area.