Jordan seeks to establish logistics centre in Hungary
Jordan has highlighted the need to reduce bureaucracy to help setup a new logistics center in Hungary
Zeid Naffaa, Jordan’s honourary consul in Hungary, on Sunday highlighted the importance of overcoming bureaucratic procedures hindering the establishment of a Jordanian logistics centre in Hungary.
In an interview with the Jordan News Agency, Petra, Naffaa said the centre will contribute in facilitating the flow of Jordanian goods and products to the Hungarian market as well as re-exporting them to the European markets.
He expressed hope that the Jordanian government and the private sector will be partners in establishing the centre, noting that the Hungarian side is “very interested” in the project.
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