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The Arabian Orange Card
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The Arabian Orange Card

 

  - The unified insurance card system on motor vehicles crossing the Arab countries

     (The orange card)
 

  - The foundation of the unified insurance card on motor vehicles crossing the Arab countries
     through an international convention which signed in Tunisia on 26-4-1975 and aims to
    encourage the tourism, facilitate the trade exchange and
the circulation of Arab citizens vehicles
    between Arab members countries.


 
The current status of the orange card convention:

   - The unified insurance card on motor vehicles crossing the Arab countries convention had been
     signed at Tunis on 26-4-1975

   · Establish the unified Specimen of the unified bureaux

   · Establish the agreement between the unified bureaux

   · The practical implementation of orange card has been effected from 1-7-1977 by establishing
     The Regional Unified Bureau in each country to join the agreement between Arab Unified
      Bureaux

    The countries joined to in Tunis Convention are 17 counties:

   Jordan - United Arab Emirates - Kingdom of Bahrain - Tunisia-  Algeria - Sudan - Syria - Iraq -
   Oman - Palestine - Qatar - Kuwait - Lebanon - Libya - Arab Republic of Egypt - Morocco -
   Yemen

 

   The countries didn’t join to Tunis Convention are:

    Somalia - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – Mauritania


   

The countries joined to Tunis Convention and established their own unified bureau are:

    Jordan - United Arab Emirates - Kingdom of Bahrain - Tunis-  Algeria - Syria - Iraq -
    Oman - Palestine - Qatar - Kuwait - Lebanon - Libya - Arab Republic of Egypt –
     Morocco

 

   P.S. the unified bureau in Palestine & morocco didn’t issue the orange card yet

 

 The details of Arab Unified Bureaux