Jordan, Lebanon Sign MOUs Amman, Nov. 26 (Petra)– Jordan and Lebanon have signed a number of agreements, MOUs, and programs to enhance the trade and economic relations between the two countries. Secretary General of the Ministry of Trade and Industry Dr. Muntaser Al Oqla, who head the Jordanian side, said that the distinguished relations between Jordan and Lebanon demanding enhancing the trade and economic relations between the peoples, stressing the importance of removing all obstacles for further progress. He pointed that the signed agreements will contribute to developing the trade exchange between the two countries, in addition to activating the agreements, calling on Lebanon to join the Arab-Med Free Trade Zone agreement (Aghadeer). Lebanese Minister of Industry and Trade Sami Haddad, for his part, expressed the heart-felt condolences on behalf of the Lebanese people over the victims of the terrorist actions in Amman, pointing that defeating terrorism will be through the cooperation and support of the two peoples. He hailed His Majesty King Abdullah’s efforts exerted to serve the Arab nation, affirming that Lebanon is seeking to deepen its relations with Jordan and to enhance it in the various fields.