called House Speaker Mohammed Halbusi during a meeting in Washington on Friday, the majority leader in the US Senate, the US companies to enter to invest in Iraq , stressing that the conditions are now "favorable."
The Information Office of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of him, "Halbusi accompanied by a parliamentary delegation met with the Republican majority leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnell ," noting that "the meeting discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, and ways to strengthen them in the areas all".
"The extremist terrorist organization is not only targeting Iraq, but targeting the world, and the international community must unite to fight it," the statement quoted Halbusi as saying.
He added that "Iraq made sacrifices on behalf of the whole world, and achieved the military victory with the blood of his sons and the support of friends, including the United States of America, and must defeat terrorism once and for all," noting that "there are pockets and sleeper cells still work, another challenge needs to continue cooperation between Iraq and its friends; to eliminate this organization and extremist ideology; for a prosperous, secure and stable Iraq. "
"One of the challenges we face is the return and stability of the displaced people and the provision of services to citizens," Halaboussi said, calling on "international and American companies to enter into investment."
He explained that "Iraq needs two types of projects, including long-term oil and energy sector, including short and medium in the education, health and housing," noting that "the circumstances are now more favorable than any other time, and the economic partnership between the two countries must be strengthened Through projects that reach citizens directly. "
For his part, McConnell expressed "the commitment of the United States to support Iraq and respect its sovereignty as a strong ally away from any threat and threat, and work to build economic relations that serve the interests of the two friendly peoples."
The head of the Iraqi House of Representatives Mohammed Halboussi two days ago an official visit to the US capital Washington led a parliamentary delegation.
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