Jordanian Post Company
The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Jordan Post Company, Sami Kamel Al-Daoud, met with the Palestinian Postal delegation, led by the CEO of the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, Engineer Laith Daraghmeh. The meeting, attended by the Acting Director General of Postal Affairs, Hanadi Al-Tayeb, focused on discussing ways to strengthen bilateral cooperation in the postal industry.
Al-Daoud confirmed in press statements that these discussions are a reflection of the strong relations between the two brotherly nations and a demonstration of Jordan’s stance on the Palestinian issue, which is a priority for Jordan under the guidance of His Majesty King Abdullah II, who consistently emphasizes the importance of ongoing cooperation and coordination across different sectors.
He explained that these discussions aim to develop cooperation in the field of transporting Palestinian mail across the King Hussein Bridge, also known as Al-Karama Crossing. The Jordanian Post will be responsible for transporting and delivering Palestinian mail within and outside the Kingdom.
He also indicated that Jordan is actively working to remove all obstacles that hinder the delivery of Palestinian mail. This is being done through mechanisms that contribute to alleviating the burden on our Palestinian brothers by establishing communication with countries worldwide.
For his part, the head of the Palestinian delegation, Engineer Laith Daraghmeh, expressed his gratitude to the King, government, and people of Jordan for their unwavering support to the Palestinians across various domains. He also expressed his gratitude to the Jordanian Post for the services it offers in facilitating the delivery of Palestinian mail within and outside the Kingdom.
The discussions were attended on the Jordanian side by representatives of the Ministry of Digital Economy and Entrepreneurship, the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Affairs, the Ministry of Interior, the security services, the Customs Department, and several employees of the Jordan Post Company. On the Palestinian side, the delegation accompanying Daraghmeh also participated.