Jordanian drivers stuck at Libyan border

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AMMAN — About 14 Jordanian drivers who have been stuck at the Libyan border crossing Al-Salloum for 10 days called on the Jordanian government to intervene, by contacting the Libyan authorities to allow them into the country before their goods expire, according to Jo24. اضافة اعلان

The drivers said that they loaded the goods from the Aqaba port for a merchant in Libya, and took permission from the Land Transport Regulatory Commission (LTRC) to effect the transit transfer, and there was no problem with it.

The drivers said that they were denied entry into Libya at Al-Salloum border, and when they tried to get back into Egypt, they were not allowed to enter Egypt, so now they are stuck between the two borders.

They said that they tried to communicate with the Libyan merchant, and with an Egyptian and Jordanian in charge, but they got no response. They also notified some MPs and the LTRC, to no avail.

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