Abdul-Mahdi: We are not happy with the level of trade exchange between Iraq and Egypt[/size][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.] [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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The head of the Council of Ministers Adel Abdul Mahdi on Saturday expressed his disappointment at the low rates of trade between Iraq and Egypt, despite the historical ties between the two countries.
"There is no longer on the ground what is called the state of the caliphate and the groups have become a defeated schism here and there," Abdel Mahdi said at a news conference with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi. "Terrorism is a phenomenon that must be eradicated from its roots and its sources of funding Fundamental to not show up again. "
"Iraq is seeking to strengthen our relations in the region, especially with Egypt," he said. "We are waiting for your visit to Iraq."
"We have come to Egypt with open hearts to cooperate and overcome obstacles and to increase economic cooperation with all our brothers and neighbors and we agreed not to play any role in the axes and to promote friendship with all."
"We have agreed on some basic principles to overcome the bureaucracies and obstacles that are placed in the face of joint efforts and to accomplish a few core projects that are better than many that are not implemented," he said.
"We are not happy with the level of trade exchange between Egypt and Iraq. There are countries far from Iraq that have trade relations with us, and Egypt despite the relations. Despite the historical and current relations between the two countries, trade exchange is not ambitious," he said. Between the two countries is much higher, and include all available fields. "Keywords: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]