Minister of Water and Irrigation Raed Abu saud of Jordan

Jordanian Minister of Water and Irrigation Raed Abu Saud was quoted as warning that Middle East and North African countries are facing a serious challenge as water reserves in the region might run out within the next few decades.
Jordanian Transport Minister Raed Abu Saud said in February that the Iraqi planes parked at Queen Alia Airport were considered part of millions of dollars of Iraqi assets frozen in Jordan.
Minister of Water and Irrigation Raed Abu Saud has discussed with GAMA, the Turkish company implementing the Disi Water Conveyance Project, amendments to the agreement signed in April this year.
Earlier in June, Abu Saud had warned Jordanians to expect a drought this summer, as the nation's reservoirs stood at only 40% of their capacity.
Despite announcing in early June that the Kingdom is expected to experience a drought with major dams holding only 40 per cent of their total storage capacity, Abu Saud described the current water situation this summer as “very good.
Abu Saud described Jordanian-Syrian relations as brotherly and pointed that the talks were conducted within a positive atmosphere.
Jordan in the new 27-member government headed by Nader Dahabi.
Jordan's Minister of Water and Irrigation Raed Abu Saud said at the signing ceremony this project is vital as it is the country's first experience in seawater desalination.
will help create many job opportunities.
During yesterday’s ceremony, Abu Saud said Zarqa Governorate faces environmental and water challenges and the government is working hard to change the living conditions of its residents.
The new facility will serve residents of Sahab, Khribet Al Souq, Qweismeh, Nuzha, Rajmul Shami, Dheibat, Jwaideh, Abu Alanda, Feisaleyeh, Jawa and other areas, Minister of Water and Irrigation Raed Abu Saud said during yesterday’s signing ceremony.
AMMAN (Petra) — Minister of Public Works and Housing and Minister of Transport Raed Abu Saud said on Wednesday that the European Union (EU) has expressed readiness to finance studies on developing Jordan's land transport sector.
Jordan's Minister of Public Works and Housing Raed Abu Saud has announced that a new customs center will be built at the Jordanian-Iraqi border.
Mr Abu Saud said that negotiations took place last week in Istanbul in light of recent developments, including a government decision to increase its equity in the project and the drop in international steel prices.
The Jordanian government is scheduled to sign an agreement with Turkish company Gama to pump water from the southern aquifer of Disi at a cost of USD 600 million, Minister of Water & Irrigation Raed Abu Saud said Thursday.
The scheme's implementation period has been reduced from four years to three-and-a-half, which will help transfer much-needed water to Amman as soon as possible," Abu Saud said yesterday.