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Objectives:

▪ Establishment of infrastructure projects such as seaports, airports and roads, and supporting the existing relevant institutions in charge of these projects in Member States.

▪ The Committee of the Ministers of Transportation and Communications and relevant sub-committees coordinate Intra-GCC cooperation in this field.

Achivement in all types of transportation (land, sea and air):

▪ Land Transportation: In implementation of the resolution of the Supreme Council at its 24th session (Kuwait, December 2003) the GCC propouse constructing a GCC railway that interconnects all GCC Member States and enhances their economic development.

▪ Preparation of common standards for road construction and interconnection in Member States

▪ Establishing the society for the GCC road engineering that seeks to promote the levels of the GCC roads engineering activities and enable the road engineers at Member States to exchange views and expertise in this field.

▪ Preparation of the Directory of the organizational structures for the Ministries of Communications at Member States with a view to unifying those structures

▪ Preparation of the Directory of the Traffic Controls
Preparation of the Directory for the Highway fees
Preparation of the Transport Safety Rules in Member States
The Supreme Council adopted a resolution permitting natural and legal

▪ persons to engage in all kinds of transportation at GCC Member States and treat them as nationals of the host Member State.

Air:

a) Allowing national carriers to sell tickets directly without having to procure a general agent or GCC national sponsor, which would make it easier for GCC nationals and residents to get air tickets from the national carriers directly and would consequently increase the income of national carriers

b) Establishing a…...

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...Diglossia In Arabic. The Arab world has 22 countries and all of those countries use Arabic as a source of their first language. However, Arabic language can be used in both Colloquial Arabic and Classical Arabic. This means that every country in the Arab world would have their own way of talking and communicating informally, which is why the Aaamiya or Colloqiol language exists. Diglossia can be defined as a language that has two versions; the high, prestigious and formal version (Classical) and the low, informal, easy to use daily version (Aamiyya, Colloquial). The Classical Arabic language is known to be a language that is with high prestige and cannot be taught to non-speaking Arabs as easily as one might think. It is to the degree that Arab speakers themselves find the Classical Arabic difficult to use in which this why they prefer to use they’re Colloquial version instead. Islam’s Holy book, The Quran, is written in the Classical Arabic and linguists strongly believe that The Quran’s language is like no other. It is definitely unique and different from the other holy books of other religions in terms of the way of writing. Another good example of a country that faces diglossia as well is China. China has been using the Classical Chinese for over 2000 years. But now, Modern Chinese is the informal way of talking, however, like Arabic, they would tend to use Classical Chinese to write or when formal occasions occur. The everlasting question that is ongoing is whether...

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