Red Sea Agreement

On 9 May 2005, Jordan, Israel and the Palestinian Authority signed an agreement on the continuation of a feasibility study for the two-lake canal. The agreement was signed on the Dead Sea by Jordanian Water Minister Raed Abu Soud, Israeli Infrastructure Minister Benjamin Ben-Eliezer and Palestinian Planning Minister Ghassan al-Khatib. In August 2013, the Jordanian government announced that it was advancing the first phase of a project. [7] On 9 December 2013, Israel, Jordan and Palestine signed an agreement for the construction of the pipeline. [8] On 21 June 2016, Jordan announced that it had received 17 offers from international companies for the construction of the canal. [9] RIYADH: Saudi Arabia reached an agreement on Wednesday to create a cooperation unit with six countries on the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden border, a crucial strategic area for global navigation. Saudi Arabia has announced an agreement to create a country unit along the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden. The Port of Djibouti is located at the intersection of international waterways. The state-china Merchants Port Holdings acquired 23.5 percent of Port De Djibouti. The port includes the Doraleh container terminal, which was awarded to DP World in 2006 by a 30-year concession contract, but was then nationalized in 2018. DuBox (www.dubox.me) is a manufacturer of modular constructions made of prefabricated evolved concrete. DuBox designs and supplies concrete buildings on one or more floors using modular methods. Entire buildings are manufactured outside the Dubox factory, including all services and finishes.

The modules are shipped or shipped to construction sites where they are installed. Saudi Arabia`s King Faisal naval base is home to the country`s western fleet. Coastal states, regional actors and international powers have a strong interest in protecting and ensuring free passage through one of the world`s most critical trade routes. But it is also one of the most volatile regions in the world. Sudan`s main port is Port Sudan, managed by the Sudanese Sea Ports Corporation. The company also operates the seaport of Oseif and the Prince Osman Digna Sea port on the island of Suakin, where Turkey has signed a 99-year lease to turn the site into a tourist centre. Suakin was once an Ottoman-era port, but it has not been used for commercial purposes for decades. Another example of regional cooperation between coastal states is compliance with Djibouti`s code of conduct, established in 2009. The code of conduct concerns the repression of piracy and armed robbery against ships in the western Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden. In recent years, the African Union and IGAD have stepped up their multilateral efforts in the Horn of Africa.

The ECJ`s high-level body for Sudan, South Sudan and the Horn of Africa was tasked in December 2018 with contacting regional organizations on both sides of the Red Sea. Berenice is Egypt`s largest military base in the Red Sea. Keywords: marine pollution (maritime sources), education, data collection/communication, EIA, surveillance, early warning system/emergency response system, international relations/cooperation, authorization/authorization, maritime area, capacity building, marine pollution 2. damage to coral reefs in the Gulf of Akaba by water pumps.