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Abdul-Mahdi: Iraq's stability provides an opportunity to increase the efforts of construction and re

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Post by rocky on Sun 10 Feb 2019, 2:06 pm

Abdul-Mahdi: Iraq's stability provides an opportunity to increase the efforts of construction and reconstruction

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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Sunday that the stability of Iraq provides an opportunity to increase the efforts of construction and reconstruction. 

The Information Office said for Abdul - Mahdi , in a statement received, Alsumaria News, a copy of it, " The Prime Minister received at his office today, President of the Business Council British Alaraca- Baroness Emma Nicholson, and discussed joint cooperation between the business and the Iraqi and British companies and investment projects proposed set up by men in Iraq".


"The stability of Iraq provides an opportunity to increase the efforts of construction and reconstruction," the office quoted Abdul Mahdi as saying. " 

Baroness Emma Nicholson hailed the developments in Iraq and the desire to expand relations of cooperation and partnership, Reviewed the work of the Council in Iraq and future service and health projects.

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