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The Iraqi Ministry of Planning discussed with the Egyptian side the mechanisms of establishing industrial cities and electrical connection, in implementation of the decisions of the tripartite summit held in Baghdad during the past few days.
The official spokesman for the ministry, Abdul-Zahra Al-Hindawi, said that "a joint meeting was held by the ministry with the Egyptian side to discuss the decisions of the tripartite summit that was held recently in Baghdad," noting "the agreement to strengthen industrial and commercial cooperation between the two countries through the establishment of industrial cities with joint funding between the two countries with Choosing the appropriate sites to set up in Iraq and Egypt, as well as setting up permanent trade fairs for the industries of the two countries by strengthening the private sector and highlighting its role, provided that the exhibitions are specialized, including vital activities, important industries and solid craft industries.
He stated that "the meeting included setting mechanisms to facilitate the work of traders and investors and granting them the necessary facilities, as well as discussing the tripartite electrical connection and laying an oil pipeline across Jordan."
Al-Hindawi pointed out that "Egyptian businessmen and investors expressed their willingness to provide various facilities to the movement of Iraqi traders, industrialists and investors."
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