ASEZA


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ASEZAAqaba Special Economic Zone Authority
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As part of its efforts to attract tourists to Aqaba, ASEZA held various festivities and events during the Eid holiday.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed outlining the form of co-operation between SJIF and Aseza which includes completing thorough technical and feasibility studies, SJIF said in a statement.
Shraideh pointed out that ASEZA will cooperate with partners in this plant and will provide them with all privileges and services to make the project a success.
Shraideh announced at a news conference held on Monday that the project comes within the ASEZA's strategic plan to stimulate growth and economic development in the region through the addition of new investment zones.
A registration request is then submitted to the Jordanian Customs Department and ASEZA Customs Authority, containing the number of trademarks and their classes for the purpose of registering the trademarks.
Bassam Al Zaatary, project manager for Averda Aqaba, shared: "Over the last year we have also worked on many awareness raising projects with ASEZA and launched several campaigns and activation points that were aimed at educating the residents with regard to the proper manner of disposing of waste and at changing waste management practices."
The MoU was signed by Razan Khalifa Al Mubarak, Secretary-General of the EAD, and Dr Kamel Mahadin, Chief Commissioner of ASEZA, and will result in the development and adoption of a long-term strategy aimed at engaging local communities and relevant authorities to minimise the risks that may affect the herd's sustainability in Wadi Rum.
In 2011, Aurora-based rural groups and the national farmers and fisherfolk organizations urged the high court to nullify Republic Act 9490 or the Aseza (Aurora Special Economic Zone Authority) Act of 2007 and its amendatory law-Republic Act 10083 or the Aurora Pacific Economic Zone and Free Port Act of 2010 for violating provisions on agrarian reform and social justice.
Co-organized by the UN Office for Disaster Risk reduction (UNISDR), UNDP, the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA), the Swiss Development Cooperation and the Arab League, the conference is expected to announce an Arab Declaration on Disaster Risk Reduction in Arab cities, in the aim of establishing benchmarks for reducing disaster risks.
The minister, Suleiman Hafez, speaking during a visit to the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) in the north east of the country, stressed the need to attract investment to the area to help support the local community.
Official launching of the Green Key Certificate and Flag took place on March 3, and was attended by ASEZA's environment representative, Dr Saleem Moughrabi; IHG Director of Operations, Jordan & Palestine, Mr Oussama Massoud; Royal Marine Conservation Society of Jordan; and other interested parties.