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Jordan Post and Wassel Sign an Agreement for the Delivery of Jerusalem Citizens’ Passports

Amman

In execution of the Royal directions to support the steadfastness of the citizens of Jerusalem, and under the patronage of the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Jordan Post Company Engineer Bassem Al-Rousan, the Director General of Jordan Post Company Dr. Khaled Deeb Al-Lahham and the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Palestinian Company for Distribution and Logistics Services “Wasel” Murad Tahboub signed a joint cooperation agreement to provide the service of receiving renewal applications for Jordanian passports from the citizens of Jerusalem. The Director General of Jordan Post Company, Dr. Khaled Deeb Al-Lahham, said that the agreement is intended to facilitate the renewal of passports by our brothers in Jerusalem by enabling them to renew their passports through the offices of the Jordanian Shari’a Courts in Jerusalem; Jordan Post Company will, in cooperation with Wasel Company, transport them to the Civil Status Department in Amman to renew them and return them to their owners after conclusion of the renewal procedures. From his side, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Palestinian Company for Distribution and Logistics Services, “Wasel” Murad Tahboub stressed the importance of cooperation with Jordanian Post through this agreement, which represent an embodiment of brotherly relations between the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and Palestine, he also expressed gratitude to Jordan King, Government and people for their efforts in support of the Palestinian people. Mr. Tahboub also stressed that this agreement is an achievement for the Jordanian Post Company and the Civil Status and Passport Department of Jordan in terms of supporting the citizens of Jerusalem. It is noteworthy that the Jordan Post seeks (through the strategic plan set by the Company’s management) to expand areas of cooperation with public and private sectors, institutions and companies in the region, which will positively reflect on the development and expansion of its areas of activity beyond the conventional postal business.