Romania and Jordan could become the extremities of a strategic corridor between Eastern Europe and the Middle East, declared on Thursday the Speaker of Senate, Mircea Geoana, and his Jordanian counterpart, Zaid Rifa’I, at the end of the meeting held in the Parliament Palace, on the occasion of the visit that the Jordanian official pays to Romania. “We proposed the formation of a bilateral group of collaboration, consisting of outstanding businessmen from the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and from Romania, for the identification of a strategy likely to create a connection between our countries,” Geoana said, according to a press release of the Press Bureau of the Senate, quoted by Agerpres. According to the Jordanian counterpart, they want closer relations in domains such as infrastructure, energy, and also the financial and banking services. The Romanian party also committed itself to facilitate a faster and more flexible system of issuing the business visas for the Jordanian citizens. The Speaker of the Jordanian Senate had a meeting on Thursday also with the Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies, Roberta Anastase.