[size=36]Iraq invites Germany to introduce its investment companies to the Iraqi market[/size]
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called on the Foreign Minister, Mohammed Ali al-Hakim, on Friday, Germany to bring its investment companies to the Iraqi market.
"Hakim met with German Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Niels Annen on the sidelines of the mini-meeting of the International Coalition to Defeat ISIS in Washington," the foreign ministry's press office said in a statement received.
The statement added, "The meeting discussed the most important issues of concern to Iraq and Germany, and ways to develop bilateral relations."
Al-Hakim praised Germany's stances in supporting Iraq and supporting the Iraqi community, and expressed his aspiration for Germany's contribution to the reconstruction of the liberated areas.
He called for "the entry of investment companies to the Iraqi market," pointing to "Baghdad's bid to benefit from German expertise in all fields."
The two sides discussed “a number of important issues in the region and exchange views and ideas on them,” agreeing to “further political consultation and coordination to enhance bilateral cooperation”.