Jordan’s hotel supply chain could transform the world, according to the country’s tourism minister.
Tourism Minister Amir Abdallah Ali told reporters that Jordan’s supply chain is the best in the region.
“Our hotels are among the top in the world,” he said.
“We have the world’s best suppliers of hotels, the best hotels in the Middle East.
We are not just exporting our products to the world.
We have a huge supply chain in our country.”
Abdallah Ali was speaking at the opening of a new tourism department, which was announced by the government in February.
The department is tasked with identifying and investing in the countrys tourism industry, which he said is the second largest in the Arab world.
The government hopes the new department will help boost tourism, create jobs, and spur economic growth.
Jordan is the only Middle Eastern country that has not signed on to the Paris Climate Agreement, which aims to limit the warming of the planet by curbing greenhouse gas emissions.
It has also been under a temporary state of emergency since March, which has allowed the country to shut down some of its key industries and closed some major borders.
Jordan has also taken steps to restrict travel to some parts of the country, including the international airport in Amman.
The minister said the new tourism Department will help ensure the country has the best infrastructure and the most efficient supply chains.
“We will create a global supply chain that is ready to meet the needs of tourism, and not just in Jordan,” Abdallah said.
Jordan also plans to invest in a new international airport, which will be the first new international facility since 2006.
The airport will allow air travelers from around the world to connect to the rest of the region and the world via Jordan’s new airport hub in Ammen, which is slated to open next year.