[size=36]The Council of Ministers sends a request to India regarding certificate holders[/size]
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Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, called on the Indian side, on Wednesday, to increase the seats allocated for study fellowships for degree holders.
A statement by the General Secretariat, which Mawazine News received a copy of, stated, "The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naim Al-Ghazi, received the Ambassador of the Republic of India to Iraq, Prashant Besai, and stressed during the meeting the importance of the second relations between the two countries, and the Iraqi government's interest in developing them in all fields. Especially the economic, commercial, and health level.
Al-Ghazi praised "the role of the Indian Ministry of Health, in providing the necessary facilities for treating Iraqis in Indian health institutions, and the measures taken by the Indian embassy in granting the necessary facilities for the travel of patients."
The Secretary General of the Council of Ministers called on the Indian side to increase the seats allocated to fellowships organized by the Indian side for degree holders; In order to increase and exchange experiences between the two sides in all fields, he called on Indian companies to enter the Iraqi arena to invest and contribute to the reconstruction of Iraq.
For his part, Besai affirmed that Iraq is the largest supplier of crude oil to India, welcoming the Iraqi government's invitation to Indian companies to work in Iraq in all fields, and that the Indian government is ready to provide support to the government and people of the Republic of Iraq in various fields. Ended 29/R77