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Post by RamblerNash on Thu Jul 11, 2019 12:05 am

Rebuilding the effects of the "Arab Spring" needs a trillion dollars

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2019/07/10 12:47:23
(Reuters) - The reconstruction of the Arab states, which have seen turbulence and civil strife, will need nearly $ 1 trillion, according to a Jordanian economist, as Amman prepares to host the Arab Forum for Reconstruction in Conflict-Affected Arab States at the end of next month. Sponsorship of Jordanian Prime Minister Omar Al Razzaz.

The forum will be attended by 500 Arab and Jordanian parties. The meeting aims to discuss mechanisms and promote new opportunities for the trade and economic sectors to participate in the reconstruction process of the affected countries, especially Syria, Iraq, Libya and Yemen.

According to specialists, Jordan has repeatedly expressed its desire to contribute to the reconstruction process, based on its interest in reconstruction and to seize this opportunity to move the Jordanian economy, but this opportunity remains dependent on many factors.

Economic expert Hossam Ayesh said that Jordan is constantly betting on being a partner in reconstruction, especially in Syria and Iraq. This is an opportunity that awaits it, but it is governed by how regional and international actors view the results of the internal conflicts of these countries as well as the political goals of reconstruction.

He added that Jordan has more than once officially expressed its desire to be a regional and international corridor for the necessities of reconstruction and to be a partner in these arrangements. He is looking for positive economic results such as increasing the volume of trade exchange and alleviating unemployment rates and others. He looks forward to benefiting from energy, gas and oil at prices. While participating in the process. But he stresses that it is not only a matter of the EU, but also the United States, China and other superpowers.

The President of the Arab Federation for Free Zones, behind the whispering, stressed that this forum aims primarily to face the serious challenges facing the countries affected by the conflicts, namely Iraq, Syria, Libya and Yemen, through building a partnership between the Arab countries and the international community in order to achieve political stability, reconstruction and development.

He added that through the forum will be acquainted with the experiences and expertise of international specialists in the fields of renewable energy, electricity, water and others. The parties will work together to find a mechanism to improve and develop the infrastructure to eliminate the effects of war by activating the role of Arab experts to contribute to the reconstruction of their country. This will also encourage investment in the affected countries. It will also be an opportunity for Arab industrial and economic sectors to participate. Arab and Islamic countries and how to activate the private sector.

Hamisat said that Jordan is strategically located in proximity to the affected countries, especially Syria and Iraq, which will allow it to play a prominent role in this process.


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