Jordan and Tunisia will sign on Thursday six cooperation agreements and executive programs during the two-day meetings of the Jordanian-Tunisian Higher Joint Committee in Tunis, reported the official Petra news agency.
The agreements will cover the fields of judiciary, vocational training, religious affairs, culture, media, tourism and exports development, said the agency.
The committee's deliberations will focus on adjusting Jordan-Tunisia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) by expanding list of duty-free commodities, working out mechanisms to carry out Amman summit's economic recommendations
and maintaining continuous cooperation at international levels – Albawaba.com
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