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On Sunday (June 6, 2021), Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein confirmed that he discussed with Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod the bilateral relations between Iraq and Denmark and inviting its companies to invest in the country, while Kofoud affirmed his country's commitment with NATO to support Iraq in its war against ISIS.
Hussein said, in a joint press conference with his Danish counterpart Jeppe Kofod, in Baghdad, seen by IQ News , that " Denmark plays an important role in NATO to fight ISIS, as NATO has trained Iraqi forces, and the Danish government has carried out reconstruction in the regions." the devastating war of ISIS.
He added, "We discussed the issue of the Iraqi community in Denmark, where we have more than 33,000 Iraqis in Denmark, most of whom have become Danish citizens, but there are refugees. We called on them to encourage them to be a link between the Iraqi and Danish communities."
He explained, "The minister has an intensive program to meet Iraqi officials, and he will leave Baghdad for his country today, noting that we have future meetings and joint work to strengthen the joint work between the two countries."
This morning, Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod arrived in Baghdad on an official visit, during which he will meet with the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein.