Hamoudi calls from Czech to activate the fellowship and the development of military industry[/ltr]
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He called the First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives Hamoudi, Saturday, from the Czech Republic to the activation of the fellowship agreement and the development of military industries in Iraq.
He said Hamoudi Media Office said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today, "The Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives said during a meeting with the President of the Charles University Algikip Professor Thomas Zima on the necessity of activating the Cultural Agreement of 1959 and for the exchange of granting fellowships between the Czech Republic and Iraq and the importance of engaging the two Foreign Ministry to study the possibility of the implementation of the present time. "
The statement pointed out that "Hamoudi called in separately to another meeting with the Vice President of the Constitutional Court Algikip Professor Barroslav Fennec, to the importance of holding a meeting of judges of modern democratic states to study the work of the judicial constitutional powers in the international community's experiences and the nature of the guarantees granted to promote the independence and integrity in order to preserve the rights of the citizen." .
On the other side ahead of the conclusion of his meetings and talks in the Czech Republic, Hamoudi pointed out during his visit to the Ministry of Industry and Commerce in Prague to the need to revitalize the work of the Joint Commission and the possibility of opening a direct air route between the two countries, calling for the development of the military industry in Iraq and boost production lines with Zior "Antar" company and the renewal of assembling tractors agricultural inside Iraq in coordination with the Ministry of Industry. "
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