Advisor: Abdul-Mahdi will sign major agreements with China in these areas
09:31 - 14/09/2019
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revealed Abdul Hussein Hinan adviser to Prime Minister [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] , Saturday, details of the recent upcoming visit to China, pointing out that he will sign contracts and major agreements in the field of industry, agriculture and roads.
Al-Hanin said in a statement reported by the newspaper "Asharq Al-Awsat" seen by (information), that "Abdul-Mahdi will head to China on 19 of this month at the head of a large delegation, characterized by clear economic features, including ministers, advisers and businessmen," noting that "the program of the visit The upcoming economic dossiers, carried by the prime minister include major projects in roads, transportation, services, education, health and others. ”
He added that "the Iraqi and Chinese sides have prepared well for the visit in the past months, through continuous meetings with major Chinese companies, and complete the funding model through the Iraqi-Chinese Joint Reconstruction Fund."
Al-Hunain expected to sign during the visit "major contracts and agreements in the sectors of industry and agriculture, construction of schools, hospitals, housing, roads, trains and bridges," noting that "the visit falls within the philosophy of the Prime Minister in opening up to the world", and that [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] «friend of all, and an influential factor In the world, it is a bridge between all the different. ”
The prime minister's adviser noted that “China will not be the last in this deal, there is a large trend towards the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] sign major contracts ready with American companies, such as (Exxon Mobil) and (G-I) and others, in addition to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] opened its doors to its neighbors to work And invest in it, and top of these countries Saudi Arabia and Iran, Turkey and the Gulf States and Jordan. Done / 25