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Nour News / Baghdad /
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naim Al-Ghazi, discussed, with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Serbia in Iraq, Balov Oroch, special preparations for the upcoming visit of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to Serbia and other European countries.
During the meeting, the Secretary-General stressed, according to a statement received by Al-Nour News, "the depth of bilateral relations between Serbia and Iraq," calling for "strengthening the bonds of communication to serve the common interests of the two countries."
And Al-Ghazi indicated, "Baghdad aspires for the Serbian diplomatic mission to play a greater role regarding cooperation in the economic, trade, and reconstruction efforts," noting that "Al-Kazemi's visit comes within a program that includes several European countries, including Serbia, and if the date of the visit approaches, The Serbian side will be informed of it; To arrange the schedule of appointments and meetings.
He explained, "The upcoming European tour is a responsible initiative by the Iraqi government and a serious effectiveness that indicates its commitment to international conventions, and its consideration of the approach of openness to global experiences, based on the principle of sovereignty and good dealing."
For his part, the Serbian ambassador praised Baghdad's unique cooperation and great effort with his country's government, and with the embassy team inside Iraq, stressing that relations between the two countries rest on a solid history that extends back to 63 years of distinguished diplomatic ties.
He pointed out that one of the priorities of his work is to activate economic, military and investment cooperation with Baghdad, and to develop the work of Serbian companies in it in accordance with the applicable agreements and joint memoranda of understanding.
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