Abadi calls on international companies to invest in Iraq
19/2/2018 12:00 am
[rtl] BAGHDAD / Al-Sabah
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi, during his meeting at his residence in Munich, a number of officials and delegations participating in the security conference, to invest the great opportunities available in Iraq next to a campaign of reconstruction and reconstruction, noting that the country is witnessing stability, especially after the victory over "While he stressed the importance of speeding up the project to complete the Iraqi passport and the unified card, he welcomed the development of relations with Egypt and its appreciation for its position supporting Iraq as president, government and people.
"During the meeting, the development of relations between the two countries was reviewed," the head of the Foreign Relations Committee of the German parliament, Robert Rotven, said on the sidelines of his reception at his residence in Munich. Abadi stressed the need to expand relations between the two friendly countries, and called for "encouraging German companies to invest the great opportunities available in Iraq next on a campaign of reconstruction and reconstruction." "Iraq can be a shining example of social stability and the adoption of the principle of citizenship and the rejection of sectarianism," Abbadi said. "Our forces have now been able to win people's hearts through their unique humanitarian treatment." "We need to continue to support and support Germany, which stood with us in the war and can play an important role by helping us in the next stage," he said. In a meeting with Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Abadi stressed Iraq's support for the Arab League, calling for "strengthening its role in stopping conflicts and crises and their repercussions on the countries of the region and safeguarding the supreme interests of our countries and peoples." The two sides discussed "the situation of the region and the crisis in Syria and the importance of activating the role of the university to achieve the security and stability of the Arab countries and stop interference in the affairs of countries and the choices of their peoples." For his part, Aboul Gheit praised "the success of Iraq and the wise vision of my slaves in Iraq's triumphant, unifying and maintaining the cohesion of its people and the positive role it plays in the region." Again, "the Arab League stands with Iraq and looks forward to its past by playing its positive and successful role internally and externally for the benefit of Iraq and the region." . The Prime Minister also met at his residence with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shukri, who conveyed the congratulations of President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, on winning the unity and unity of Iraq and strengthening the role of institutions and its pride in the importance of Iraq's key role in the region and resolving its crises. Abadi welcomed the development of relations with Egypt and its appreciation of its supportive stance towards Iraq as president, government and people. He called for more economic and trade cooperation, exchange of interests, working with public and private sector companies and identifying investment opportunities available in all Iraqi provinces. Abadi, the Egyptian minister, conveyed his greetings to the Egyptian president and prime minister. Meanwhile, Abadi, head of Medecins Sans Frontieres (MDF), Dr. Juen Liu, praised the efforts of the organization, pointing to the growing state of voluntary work among Iraqis. And facilitated the work of the Organization in Iraq, Liu's support for the organization and the outstanding efforts of hundreds of Iraqi volunteers to work in humanitarian activities. In the same context, the Prime Minister met with the Executive Director of Gisek and Diff. Hans Wolfgang Kent. The meeting focused on the importance of speeding up the project to complete the Iraqi passport and the unified card in Iraq. He also met with US President George W. Bush's national security adviser
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