Jordan and Israel disputes over al-Baqura and al-Ghamr
In the year 1994, an agreement was reached between Jordan and the Israeli regime, Wadi Arabah, in which the Israeli regime rented the al-Baqura area in the north and al-Ghamr in the south for 25 years.
Last year, Jordan announced its decision to redeem the lands of al-Baqura and al-Ghamr from Israel, and political negotiations had begun between the parties, but so far no results.
The lease expires on October 26 of this year, and under one of the terms of the agreement, the lease for the two zones can be extended for another 25 years unless one party announces that it is not willing to renew.
Jordanian officials have said that as soon as the lease agreement for Al-Baqoura and Al-Ghamr areas is ended, Israeli farmers should leave the area and Israeli tourists will be banned.
The Zionist government has failed to deliver on its promises regarding the construction of the Bahrain Canal, the construction of the Jordan River and the construction of the industrial zone, and the Jordanian king is unhappy with these matters.
At the moment,the Jordanian King has not responded to the Israeli request to extend the contract because the Zionist government has not fulfilled its promises regarding the construction of the Bahrain Canal, the construction of the Jordan River Bridge and the construction of the industrial zone, and the Jordanian king is unhappy with these issues.