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Cabinet Secretary Discusses Several Files With The Australian Ambassador

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Post by rocky Tue 12 Apr 2022, 2:27 pm

Cabinet Secretary Discusses Several Files With The Australian Ambassador
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Earth News / The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, is urging today, Tuesday, with the Australian Ambassador in Baghdad, a number of files related to the two countries.
A statement by the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, received by Earth News, stated that "Al-Ghazi received the Australian Ambassador in Baghdad, Mrs. Paula Ganley."
Al-Ghazi praised, according to the statement, "the strong bilateral relations that bind the governments and peoples of the two countries, and seek to develop and deepen them in various fields, especially in the process of investment, trade and the economy," praising "the Australian government's continuous support for the Iraqi people in the humanitarian aspects and the effort to support stability in the regions." liberated.”
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers stressed that “the emergency support and development law approved by the Council of Ministers; It came due to the repercussions of the Russian-Ukrainian war, and its reflection on the global economic situation in general, and on the Iraqi citizen in particular.”

He added that "the law will allow to secure the dues for importing gas and supplying electric power, in addition to improving the items of the ration card, increasing the annual quota for the Iraqi individual, improving the agricultural sector and strategic storage of foodstuffs."
For her part, Ganley expressed, "the Australian government's desire to work on opening new horizons of cooperation in the fields of investment, industry and trade, and to increase the volume of Australian imports to Iraq."

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