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    Turkey to Baghdad: ready to bear the cost of building a joint Iraqi port

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    Post by Rocky Tue 11 Sep 2018, 3:20 am

    Turkey to Baghdad: ready to bear the cost of building a joint Iraqi port
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    BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Turkey on Monday expressed its willingness to shoulder the cost of building an Iraqi border crossing between the two countries.
    "The head of the border crossings, Kazim al-Aqabi, received today the Turkish ambassador in Iraq and his accompanying delegation. The two sides discussed activating joint cooperation and developing trade movement between the two countries through the creation of border ports. This is done after the technical teams complete their tasks and provide an extensive study on the feasibility of opening them and the economic benefit they want. "
    He pointed out that "this meeting preceded several meetings discussed the possibility of opening the port (Vishkhabur) with the Turkish side to promote trade movement to achieve mutual benefit and ensure the smooth flow of goods and goods between the two countries."
    The Turkish side expressed its readiness to receive the technical committees concerned with the work of the border crossings, as well as its emphasis on the cost of building the Iraqi port and strengthening it with the necessary infrastructure and construction of railways to facilitate commercial movement.
    The Turkish delegation included representatives of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and Trade and some of the security services, while the Iraqi side included representatives of the ministries of health, trade, agriculture, transport and customs


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