The wise minister of the Swedish parliament speaker: The government is moving towards creating an attractive environment for foreign investment[/rtl]
[rtl]Editorial date: • [rtl]2019/5/15 15:24[/rtl] • 77 times scheduled[/rtl]
Baghdad: Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim said that the government is moving towards creating an attractive environment for foreign investment and creating opportunities for investment companies.
This came during a meeting with Swedish Parliament Speaker Andreas Narland and the Foreign Relations Committee on Wednesday.
"This meeting comes as an expression of keenness to maintain high-level contacts between the two countries, to strengthen the established relations, to consult on how to deal with the various issues, and the regional challenges that Iraq calls for finding sustainable solutions," the ministry said in a statement. To promote stability in the region. "
"Iraq's interest in expanding trade and economic cooperation with the Swedish side, calling for continuous communication between the two countries through official visits, especially between the Iraqi and Swedish parliaments, in the interest of both countries."
He stressed the importance of strengthening the bilateral relations by diversifying the frameworks of consultation and joint cooperation to contribute to security and stability in the region, expressing the aspiration of Baghdad to continue and increase Sweden's support for the overall efforts at the political, economic, developmental and social levels.
The Foreign Minister revealed that "the government is moving to create an environment attractive to foreign investment, and provide ways to develop promising investment opportunities for foreign companies to invest in Iraq."
For his part, Andreas Nerland stressed the "strategic importance of Iraq, and that the administration of his country is keen to push forward bilateral cooperation with Baghdad in various fields, pointing out the need to strengthen the economic cooperation frameworks between the two sides to contribute to encourage more investors from Sweden to move to Iraq" .is over
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