The Arabian Orange Card
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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

 

 




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