Al-Sudani calls on Japanese companies to invest in renewable energy and gas projects
This came during his meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister of the Japanese Parliament Takagi Kei and his accompanying delegation, according to a statement from his office received by Shafaq News Agency.
According to the statement, the two sides discussed "the bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to consolidate them. During the meeting, they discussed a number of issues of common interest, and Iraq's leading role in the region."
They stressed the importance of strengthening joint cooperation in various economic and cultural fields, as well as in the fields of energy and investment.
Al-Sudani called on Japanese companies to "widely participate in investment through renewable energy projects and gas investment, as well as reactivating the technical agreements and the joint economic committee between the two countries."
For his part, Takagi Kei congratulated the Prime Minister on the occasion of assuming his duties as prime minister, and achieving political and economic reforms in a way that achieves the country's development and prosperity, pointing to Japan's aspiration to strengthen relations between the two friendly countries.
He stressed that "Japan has gone through conditions similar to what Iraq went through, calling for benefiting from Japan's experience in reconstruction and erasing the effects of wars."
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