On Tuesday, April 17, 2018, the Ministry of Transport completed the studies and maps related to the implementation of the railway project between Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Jordan, and prepared a study to develop the Baghdad International Airport in order to increase the capacity to prepare the passengers through it annually.
“The ministry participated in the meetings of the World Bank held in the Lebanese capital Beirut and related to the development of the horizon of the work of the departments and companies belonging to the ministry in line with the nature of its work in providing different Services to citizens, “the meeting” a good opportunity to discuss the preparation of studies on the development of Baghdad International Airport by increasing the capacity to prepare passengers through it annually.
He added that “the ministry has developed plans for the construction and reconstruction of garages in the city of Mosul quickly within the process of reconstruction of areas affected by terrorism,” noting that “discussions continue on the issue of rail links between Iraq and Saudi Arabia and Jordan, especially after the approval of the Minister to move forward The project is important and significant in the transport sector, as well as a specialized team of the process of preparing studies and maps necessary for the implementation of this project with regard to the Iraqi side. ”
“The ministry concluded an agreement with the Jordanian side to enhance the movement of large trucks between the two countries without any obstacles or obstacles, as well as the agreement to train Iraqi crews and personnel in the field of port computing and container terminal management and others, Iraq, Jordan and Egypt operating in the region under the framework of the Arab Bridge Shipping Company, which includes Iraq, the Republic of Egypt and the Kingdom of Jordan.
He pointed out that “these agreements preceded by talks came within the brotherly dialogue based on mutual trust between the two countries in the framework of air cargo, land and sea to serve the common interests.”