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The FDHRD Praises the Cooperation between the Ministry of State for Emigration and Egyptians Abroad Affairs, and the Ministry of Transportation to Facilitate Egyptians Travels to Jordan

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Today, Saturday, December 11, 2021, the Forum for Development and Human Rights Dialogue (FDHRD) praised the efforts of the Ministry of State for Immigration and Egyptians Abroad Affairs, and the Ministry of Transportation to quickly respond to solving the Egyptian labor travel crisis to Jordan, and to activate the Arab Bridge Maritime Company.

The solution of the problem witnessed the highest degree of coordination between the two ministers, Nabila Makram and Kamel Al-Wazir, as the two parties agreed to limit the transfer of Egyptian workers to the “Nuweiba-Aqaba” line and activate the decision of the General Assembly of the Arab Bridge Maritime Company to facilitate travel procedures to and from Jordan. That was after some problems related to traveling restrictions occurred due to the spread of the Corona epidemic, as well as legalizing and correcting the conditions of Egyptian workers in Jordan.

Based on this decision, the Arab Bridge Maritime Company announced that the Egyptian port of Nuweiba will be considered a unified point for the transfer of Egyptian workers as of the beginning of this December. A number of tourism offices in all Egyptian governorates have also been approved for reservations, in cooperation with Super Jet Company and East Delta Company in Egypt, and travelers can book through the company’s website.

“According to this decision, Egyptians can return from and travel to Jordan by all means of sea and air transportation means, especially with the possibility of booking tickets through the website of the Arab Bridge Maritime Company, which saves the traveler’s time and money.” Saeed Abdelhafez Darwhish, FDHRD Founder and CEO.

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