Twilight News / announced several Jordanian media, Monday, Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki decided during a meeting with Jordanian King Abdullah II to provide Jordan with additional 200 thousand barrels for up to one million barrels of oil per day.
Maliki held a visit to Amman earlier in the day, and met his Eagles counterpart and senior officials as well as the King of Jordan, and returned to Iraq this evening, concluding his visit, which lasted for a few hours.
Jordan since suffering months of economic crisis is the biggest in 50 years, according to the announcement made by Prime Minister, especially in the field of energy and fuel.
The media quoted Jordanian al-Maliki that he had decided to increase the capacity of carrier oil pipeline through Jordanian territory of 800 thousand barrels per day to one million barrels per day and will be Jordan's share of 200 thousand barrels per day. It was not possible for "Twilight News" contact with the Minister of Oil.
And attributed to al-Maliki said he also announced "an increase in the capacity to secure the needed gas Jordan of Iraqi natural gas."
Maliki's visit comes after the announcement by the Jordanian Prime Minister Abdullah eagles that Jordan and Iraq plan to create a double line of gas and oil all the way to Aqaba and an initial meeting was held in London to discuss the move in the establishment of that line.
He has has already paid an official visit to Jordan in October 2010 during which he met Jordan's King Abdullah II and a number of Jordanian officials.
To transfer to a government statement received "Twilight News" the Jordanian monarch Abdullah as saying that Jordan "supports all hurt in the promotion of national reconciliation and unity among the Iraqi people, and the involvement of all its components in the political process to achieve their aspirations for a better future."
The statement noted that "al-Maliki expressed to King Abdullah about Iraq's desire to develop relations of cooperation with Jordan in various fields, especially economic, trade and investment, to serve the common interests of the two peoples."
It was on the sidelines to meet with Maliki and King Abdullah signed the minutes of the meeting of the Supreme Committee Joint Jordanian-Iraqi ties. Include research in a number of economic issues, as well as ways to enhance cooperation in the fields of politics, trade and investment, energy and mineral resources, finance, transport, agriculture and others.
Before that, discussed with his Jordanian counterpart broaden cooperation in all fields and work on activating the memoranda of understanding and agreements between the two sides in the fields of oil, transport, trade and agriculture.
A statement of the prime minister received "Twilight News" for Jordanian Prime Minister that the Jordanian people and government were waiting Maliki's visit to "strengthen the bonds of the relationship between Iraq and Jordan, and serves the common interests of the two countries," valuing "Iraqi government's position, stood alongside Jordan."
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