He said that the Iraqi decision issued last month and pointed out that contacts are underway with the Iraqi side to allow the import of cars model 2004 till the end of this year, explaining that there are no outstanding cars on the Jordanian side or at any of the two borders because of this decision.
The Iraqi side of the border has returned, few days ago, some trucks carrying cars exported to the Iraqi market, of the models mentioned in the resolution.
The source from the border pointed out that as son as the clarification memorandum of the governmental resolution arrives, it will be sent immediately to the Jordanian side. He pointed out that their cadre began to prevent the admitting of cars included in the resolution after having been orally informed of extending the ban resolution again and including cars imported from abroad in it.
On the other hand, the Vice-President of the Jordanian Free Zones Investors Association Nabil Rumman stated that the Iraqi authorities turned back a fleet of tankers shipping cars model 2005 onwards, after completing their customs data and taking them out of the Free Zone, where the traders were surprised by the resolution of turning back the cars without prior notice of the resolution. (Source)AlSabah