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Jordan signs a letter of intent with the UAE and Israel to discuss cooperation in water resources

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Jordan signs a letter of intent for cooperation with the UAE and Israel to discuss cooperation in water resources

2021-11-23 06:58

Source: Securities Times

Author: Song Tenghu

Securities Times

Song Tenghu

2021-11-23 06:58

According to CCTV news, on November 22, local time, Jordan announced that the country, the UAE and Israel had signed a letter of intent during the Dubai World Expo to discuss the feasibility of cooperation in the field of energy and water resources. Conduct discussion and research. According to reports, the three countries will start a feasibility study of a project from 2022, and it is estimated that Jordan can obtain 200 million cubic meters of water from this project every year. With population growth and climate change, the problem of water shortage in Jordan has become increasingly serious. The Jordanian government stated that water shortage has already affected the country’s industry, agriculture and other industries.

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