Casinos in the port of Aqaba in Jordan are being considered by the country’s Vice Prime Minister Ali Abu al-Ragheb.
The announcement came during a speech by Abu al-Ragheb about incentives during a seminar held by the Jordanian Transparency Society. During the speech he said incentives will aid in identifying a new investment situation in the Arab kingdom.
Other discussions involved allowing Iranian citizens to visit Jordan as tourists within an agreed-upon system. Abu al Ragheb also offered opinions regarding the unprecedented challenges Jordan faces on both political and economic levels due to the region’s recent crises.