Foreign Minister calls on Cyprus investment companies to work in Iraq
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Economy News _ Baghdad
On Sunday, the Iraqi Foreign Minister, Muhammad al-Hakim, called on Cyprus investment companies to work in Iraq.
A statement on the Al-Hakim office, which was received by Al-Iqtisad News, said that the latter "discussed with the Cypriot Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides the prospects of upgrading bilateral relations between the two countries by signing a number of memoranda of understanding, and activating the memorandum of understanding for political consultations between Iraq and Cyprus."
He explained that "the two sides discussed accelerating the holding of the International Conference for Reconstruction and Development in Iraq."
The Minister Al-Hakim expressed, according to a statement, "Baghdad's aspiration to achieve economic cooperation, calling on the Cypriot investment companies to work in Iraq, especially in the fields of construction, housing and infrastructure."
He invited his Cypriot counterpart to "visit Iraq in the context of deepening relations between Baghdad and Nicosia."