Jordan is opening Al Karama and testing Iraqi cars first


Jordanian sources confirmed that Jordan and Iraq will hold a meeting in the coming days to discuss the re-launch of the movement of passengers by road between the two countries through the Karama Trabil border.

Jordan has asked the Iraqi side to set a date for this meeting, according to Jordan’s Amoun website, noting that transit procedures will be discussed in terms of visas and accommodation, in addition to safety standards on the road to Baghdad.
She added that Jordan is considering allowing Iraqi cars first to work on transporting passengers from Amman to Baghdad before allowing Jordanian cars for security reasons.
Since the opening of the Iraqi Trebil crossing almost a year ago, Jordan has not allowed its drivers to enter Iraqi territory, where goods are exchanged in a yard on the border.

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