Secure stock: basics for extended periods — Khasawneh

Prime Minister Bisher Al-Khasawneh
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AMMAN — Prime Minister Dr. Bisher Al-Khasawneh inspected on Sunday the civilian and military consumer markets in the Ain Ghazal and Tareq areas.اضافة اعلان

During his visit, the Prime Minister emphasized the importance of maintaining a secure stock of goods and essential supplies at fair prices for citizens, especially during the blessed month of Ramadan when demand for these items increases, Khaberni reported.

Khasawneh reiterated that the Kingdom's strategic stock of essential goods is secure and sufficient for extended periods, thanks to the government's measures to ensure this stock's security and the regular flow of goods and supplies.

In this context, the Prime Minister mentioned the Cabinet's decision to support the civilian and military consumer markets with three million dinars. This support aims to mitigate inflationary effects and stabilize prices for essential goods beyond the month of Ramadan.

He commended the markets' commitment to price stabilization and the measures they have taken to provide goods and supplies to citizens across all governorates of the kingdom through their various markets.

During his tour of the market facilities, accompanied by the Minister of Industry, Trade, and Supply Yousef Al-Shamali, the Prime Minister interacted with citizens and listened to their feedback on the availability and pricing of goods. He also extended his congratulations to them on the occasion of the blessed month of Ramadan and the upcoming Eid al-Fitr.

Throughout the tour, the Prime Minister received a briefing from the Director-General of the Civilian Consumer Institution, Salman Al-Qudah, and the Director of the Military Consumer Institution, Colonel Mohammed Al-Hadid. They assured him of the availability of all goods in sufficient quantities and diverse varieties, all offered at suitable and competitive prices across the institutions' branches throughout the Kingdom.

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