[size=36]Al-Yasiri directs to facilitate the procedures for granting visas to Korean companies operating in Iraq[/size]
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the Minister of the Interior, Yassin Al-Yasiri, on Tuesday directed the Passports Directorate to facilitate the procedures for granting visas to South Korean companies that contribute to the reconstruction of Iraq.
The media office of the Minister of the Interior said in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that "Al-Yasiri received the South Korean Ambassador to Baghdad, Jang Kyung Wook, in his office," noting that "the meeting discussed security developments on the local and international arenas."
Al-Yasiri expressed his readiness to cooperate in various fields that contribute to enhancing security and stability and developing the work of service departments affiliated with the Ministry of Interior, calling for "developing bilateral relations between the two countries and expanding horizons of cooperation and joint coordination."
He added, "The Ministry of the Interior has the desire to benefit from the modern technological technologies owned by the Republic of South Korea," noting that it "has prepared a plan to convert work in the ministry's departments into electronic work."
He instructed the General Passports Directorate to "facilitate the procedures for granting visas to Korean companies that contribute to the reconstruction of Iraq," stressing "his keenness to activate the work with electronic visa and electronic traffic system in cooperation with the competent Korean companies."
For his part, the Korean ambassador, Jang Kyung Wook, expressed his happiness for "meeting the Minister of the Interior", calling for "the efforts made by the Iraqis to cease stability and prosperity for all the people." End 6/6 N