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On Friday, the Iraqi government confirmed its direction towards German companies in the field of construction and infrastructure development.
A statement by Al-Sudani’s office stated that “Prime Minister Mohamed Shiaa Al-Sudani received a delegation yesterday He represented the Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and the Group of Experts for German Companies. The statement said, "The meeting witnessed confirmation of the Iraqi government's direction towards cooperation with German companies." In the field of construction and infrastructure development, and providing the necessary facilities for investment in Iraq in various fields and sectors.” German Chancellor Olaf Schultz said, during a joint press conference with the Prime Minister of Iraq: We welcome Iraq's desire in diversifying its economy. And the German Chancellor added, "We will support Iraq to face the dangers of climate change," explaining that Iraq plays a positive role as a mediator in the area.
The German chancellor said that he had discussed with the Iraqi prime minister the possibility of importing natural gas from Iraq.
The German chancellor pointed out that Iraq is one of the countries most affected by climate change, as it will be presented Berlin and its experience in this field to be able to overcome these huge challenges, explaining that he agreed with Muhammad Sudanese to continue cooperation between the two countries.
The German chancellor confirmed that the new Iraqi government has opened a new page focusing on economic reforms and creating opportunities Work, and improving citizen services, which are ambitious goals, and we support Baghdad for its positive role as a mediator in The region contributes to reducing tensions between the countries of the region.
The German chancellor referred to the meeting, which discussed the agreement between the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity and the German company Siemens. To modernize electricity, it is a long-term company whose goal will not only be to increase electrical capacity in Baghdad, but Removing carbon dioxide emissions and how to take serious steps to activate them as soon as possible, explaining that the meeting touched To the effects of the war in Mesopotamia, which left more than a million homeless men and women, some of them of the Yazidis, and how to create opportunities for the future, promote the national reconciliation process, and support women and human rights.
And the German Chancellor continued: Germany supports Iraq in diversifying its economy, and not focusing only on fossil energy and increasing Reliance on renewable energy such as solar energy.
Meanwhile, the Iraqi Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani, said that Germany supported Iraq militarily in confronting ISIS. Follow-up: They are serious about carrying out economic reforms in Iraq.
And the Iraqi Prime Minister added, during a joint press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Schultz,: We are working to create opportunities Investment in the gas sector.
The Iraqi Prime Minister confirmed that there are great areas of cooperation with Germany, adding: We follow the approach of foreign relations balanced in the region.
He added, "We will overcome obstacles in front of foreign investments," explaining that the agreement with Siemens aims to develop the energy sector.
Al-Sudani continued: We want German companies to enter the various sectors of the Iraqi economy, and we want to benefit from the experience Germany in the field of renewable energy.