After the pilot project employed 170 Jordanian nationals to work in hotels in Eilat was considered to be successful in the next month the number will be increased to 500 people.
The decision was agreed during the meeting, Deputy Minister of regional development Ayoub Kara, Deputy Director General of the office of airports Shlomo Oren, who is also responsible for the work of land border crossings, according to The Marker.
Originally the government planned to increase the number of staff to 1,500, but this will require work to expand the terminal at the checkpoint of Rabin.
According to Kara, the Ministry will provide the necessary assistance in the financing of operations.
Recall that Jordanian workers do not stay overnight in Israel, and every day returned to Jordan.