[size=36]Al-Kazemi reveals an important goal of visiting Kuwait[/size]
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, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi revealed an important goal of his visit to Kuwait.
The Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry affirmed, in a statement, "the vital role of the private sector in strengthening bilateral relations between Kuwait and Iraq and benefiting from the capabilities that the two countries possess in terms of strategic components, investment opportunities, and commercial and economic capabilities in an effort to raise the level of relations to meet the aspirations and aspirations of both parties."
She added, "It received the Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and his accompanying delegation of ministers and dignitaries, accompanied by the Minister of Interior and head of the honorary mission, Sheikh Thamer Ali Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah."
And she continued, "The President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Muhammad Jassem Al-Saqer, expressed in a speech on this occasion the chamber's pride in receiving the share of receiving Kuwait's guest despite the crowded visit program, stressing Kuwait's belief in the inevitability of supporting and supporting development and reconstruction efforts in the Republic of Iraq."
Al-Saqr said, "The world knows the extent of the sacrifices that the Iraqi people have borne since 2003 in their brave response to the forces of terrorism, its organizations and those who stand behind it, which makes supporting and supporting development and reconstruction efforts an international moral responsibility on the one hand and a horizon full of rewarding opportunities on the other."
He added that "Kuwait, with the nature of its geographical neighborhood, economic integration and societal rapprochement with Iraq, thanks to its infrastructure with its ports, roads, communications, the capabilities of its banking sector, and the richness of its investment experience, stands qualified now to be at the forefront of Iraq's strategic partners in trade, financing and services."
He added, "The development partnership project needs official support and care from the two countries. All indicators and trends at the regional and international levels confirm that the private sector must play the primary role in building this partnership."
He explained that "the Kuwait International Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq, which was called and organized by Kuwait in 2018, was a clear and comprehensive declaration of Kuwait's commitment to support and support development efforts and projects in Iraq within the framework of a partnership that achieves the interests of both parties from a future perspective free from the effects of the legacy and its accounts."
Al-Saqr stressed that "the Kuwaiti private sector is consistent with the position of its state, so the doors of the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry are open to Iraq to push in this direction, noting that the success of the economic partnership between the two countries depends on the presence of a private sector in the two countries and on providing a fair and safe investment environment."
Al-Sager expressed his hope that "the meeting will constitute a breakthrough that embodies the determination towards establishing a new era of cooperation and fruitful partnerships between the two brotherly countries."
The statement quoted Prime Minister Al-Kazemi as affirming "the keenness to strengthen development partnerships between the two countries," noting that "Kuwait has a wise vision in directing its foreign policies based on a long legacy of good experiences and initiatives that have been crowned with success."
He added that "the visit comes within the framework of the Iraqi government's efforts to enhance cooperation and develop bilateral relations between the two brotherly countries," reviewing "the most important features of the Iraqi economy and the most prominent sectors that attract investment, in addition to the state's regulations and legislation aimed at attracting and encouraging foreign investment in various sectors of common interest." Ended 29 /a43