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Shafaq News/ The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Planning, Muhammad Ali Tamim, met today, Sunday, with a large Turkish delegation, which included a number of businessmen and investors in various fields, in the presence of the Turkish Ambassador to Iraq, Ali Reza Konay.
During the meeting, the minister said that the government's priorities during the next two years will focus on developing infrastructure, roads, bridges and railways, implementing service projects in the field of water and sewage, as well as working on automating the banking sector and addressing the housing crisis in Iraq, indicating that these sectors represent Good investment opportunities, which Turkish companies can benefit from through cooperation and coordination with the Iraqi private sector.
For his part, the Turkish ambassador expressed his country's readiness for serious cooperation with Iraq in all fields, and joint work to develop investments and increase the volume of trade exchange between the two countries, which contributes to achieving economic stability in both Iraq and Turkey.
A statement issued by the Ministry of Planning stated that during the meeting, which was attended by the Undersecretaries of the Ministry of Planning, the Director General of International Cooperation and a number of officials in the Ministry, a number of issues related to the investment environment in Iraq were raised, and the need for joint work to provide appropriate conditions for the work of investors in both countries, and to facilitate Procedures for granting entry visas to businessmen.
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