The European Commission has adopted a proposal for a new macro-financial assistance programme to Jordan worth up to €500 million.
The proposal will support Jordan's King Abdullah II with his wide-ranging reform agenda, which includes promoting jobs, economic growth, and investment.
The new programme will build on two previous Ministry of Foreign Affairs programmes through which the EU has disbursed a total of €380 million to Jordan since 2011.
The Commission's proposal for a third MFA p...
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