Jordan Post: JD26M loss, accountability addressed

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AMMAN — The Parliamentary Financial Committee carried on with its session on Monday, led by Deputy Nimer Al Sleihat, as they delved into the report and inquiries from the Court of Accounts regarding the activities of Jordan Post for the year 2018. Sleihat underscored the committee's determination to receive a comprehensive report concerning the highlighted inquiries in the report. Additionally, they sought details about the measures taken by the management of the Post Company in response.اضافة اعلان

Accumulated losses amounting to JD26 millionMeanwhile, Hanadi Al-Taib, the acting director general of Jordan Post, shared her perspective, disclosing that the company has accumulated losses amounting to JD26 million since its inception. She also brought attention to a directive issued by the Council of Ministers at the end of June in the preceding year, this directive mandates the official adoption of Jordan Post's services by ministries, government institutions, and state-owned companies for the transportation of goods weighing up to 31 kilograms, Hala News reported. This strategic move is anticipated to enhance the company's financial earnings.

Shifting the focus to the violations outlined in the "Accountability 2018" report, Al-Taib elucidated that significant efforts have been taken to rectify numerous violations and inquiries. She further conveyed the committee's commitment to addressing and resolving any remaining issues in the imminent period. 

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