The Saudi Fund for Development inaugurated in the Jordanian capital, Amman, the project of traffic intersections in the Marj Al-Hamam area, Amman-Dead Sea Road, as a grant provided by the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, through the Saudi Fund for Development, at a total cost of $19 million.
The project is a contribution to raising the level of cooperation between the two countries and developing the transport sector services in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. It will have a significant impact on improving road services and infrastructure in Jordan and will make a major qualitative leap.
The Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Nayef bin Bandar Al-Sudairy, said that the Kingdom, through the Saudi Fund for Development, provided nearly $2 billion through grants and loans to many development projects in brotherly Jordan.
Jordan is one of the first countries to benefit from the Fund during half a century of support for projects in several key and vital sectors, in confirmation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s keenness to support the sisterly Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and to strengthen relations between the two countries.