Jordan’s King Abdullah II will mull the housing problem in Iraq during his visit in Baghdad, MP Nada Shaker Jawdat, member of the parliament’s economy and investment committee, said.
In remarks on Monday, Jawdat
The two sides, according to Jawdat, “will agree on the entrance of Jordanian companies to invest in housing projects in Iraq.”
She also indicated “agreement on establishing a joint industrial city to develop the joint economy. Moreover, they will ponder establishing oil pipeline between Baghdad and Jordan and providing Jordanian companies in Iraq with facilities.”
Jordan’s King Abdullah II arrived on Monday in an official visit in Baghdad. The king was received by President Barham Salih in Al-Salam Palace. It’s expected that the king then heads for a meeting with Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi.