Jaafari urged Canadian companies to invest in Iraq
[rtl] BAGHDAD / Sabah
accept Foreign Minister Ibrahim al - Jaafari , with the Secretary of State for International Development Canada 's Marie - Claude Bebo and her accompanying delegation, the conduct of bilateral relations between Baghdad and Ottawa and ways of strengthening them to serve the interests of the two friendly peoples.
A statement of the Foreign Ministry, received «morning» for al - Jaafari as saying that «Iraq is estimated Canadian support in the provision of humanitarian assistance to the displaced, and to donate $ 158 million to build a hospital in Mosul, as well as send trained Canadians to train Iraqi forces in the area of explosives».
He said the minister, that «Iraq is fighting terrorists« Daesh »who came from more than one hundred countries, and people insist on maintaining the unity, sovereignty, and the elimination of terrorism, and the liberation of its territory», indicating that «the right of all peoples to be proud of the great victories achieved by Iraq in its war against terrorism, as defending the whole world », he Jaafari, according to the statement, for« an ambitious Iraq to activate the economic agreement, and trade, raising the diplomatic representation to Canada and to name an ambassador to Baghdad, urged Canadian companies to invest in Iraq , the areas of oil, irrigation, electricity », stressing» continued support, and open new horizons for joint cooperation, and we are still in need of support from friendly countries to eliminate terrorism and the reconstruction of the infrastructure of the Iraqi cities ». For its part, Claude Bebo confirmed Canada 's commitment to Iraq , especially as it was fighting a global war against gangs «Daesh» terrorist to liberate cities. And demanded the minister, governments in the region to support Iraq, which is not limited to military support but humanitarian, and service as well », noting that« terrorism is a global threat, it is incumbent on us all to work on eliminating the organization «Daesh» criminal, it is our common enemy, as well as our contribution to the provision of $ 158 million in aid, and $ 24 million for development, and we are continuing to provide support for Iraq in all fields ».[/rtl]
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