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agrees with his Turkish counterpart to solve the problem of severe water shortages

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agrees with his Turkish counterpart to solve the problem of severe water shortages Empty agrees with his Turkish counterpart to solve the problem of severe water shortages

Post by rocky Sun 18 Feb 2018, 1:45 am

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BAGHDAD, Feb 17 (KUNA) - Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said on Saturday that the latter met with his Turkish counterpart Ben Ali Yildirim in his residence in Munich.


The ministry said that during the meeting, oil and energy files were discussed and the problem of severe shortage of water resources in particular.


The statement added that it was agreed to follow up and find appropriate solutions and to continue meetings between the relevant committees of the two countries.


Abadi arrived Friday evening at Munich International Airport to attend the Munich Security Conference.


The conference, which took place on Friday in Munich, will last for more than 600 days between a prime minister and ministers and officials from various countries. Finished

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