[size=36]"We look forward to joint investment projects in all fields[/size]
Political | 08:27 - 30/06/2019
BAGHDAD - Iraq's
Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, said on Sunday that Iraq looks forward to joint investment projects with South Korea in all fields.
"Mehdi met with South Korean President for Foreign Affairs Han Byeong-do, and his accompanying delegation, which includes a number of officials and former presidents of the two ruling parliamentary blocs and the opposition," the media office of the prime minister said in a statement received by Mawazine News.
"I would like to thank the Korean president for his visit to Iraq," he said. "Iraq is keen to strengthen the existing relations between the two countries and the two friendly peoples in the light of the opportunities available for economic, trade and cultural cooperation."
He stressed that "the importance of benefiting from the experience and experience of Korea, which has achieved clear successes and steps in various fields, noting the similarities of the circumstances experienced by the countries," noting that "Iraq faced many challenges and risks."
He expressed the "aspiration of the Iraqi government to revitalize the Iraqi economy and the optimal investment of natural resources and human resources and labor projects joint investment in the fields of energy, industry, agriculture, health and others."
For his part, the South Korean presidential advisor conveyed his greetings to the Prime Minister and expressed his satisfaction with the continuation of cooperation and the level reached by bilateral relations and the desire to develop them for the benefit of the two countries.
"South Korea is very much proud of the march of Iraqi-Korean relations, and we have come to Baghdad to celebrate together 30 years of its launch and give a strong boost to the future," said the Korean presidential advisor. "South Korea is interested in expanding bilateral relations and increasing cooperation. In the efforts of construction and reconstruction and its presence in Iraq and to several existing projects, including the construction of a hospital for children's heart disease at the request of the Iraqi government. "