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    [size=52]The Baghdad and Ankara talks lead to a breakthrough in the water file and an agreement on border control[/size]

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    Erdogan and Al-Sudani stress the importance of working together to complete a road linking east and west,
    Ankara - Maher Oglu
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani returned to Baghdad yesterday, after concluding a round of talks in the Turkish capital, Ankara, with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, which led to a breakthrough in the water file and an agreement to control the common borders between the two countries. And al-Sudani said in a tweet on Twitter yesterday that (on International Day For water, we affirm our endeavors to regulate water consumption and use it properly to protect this precious resource.” And he added, “We are working to secure Iraq’s shares of its right to water through dialogues and agreements.” On the success of the government's directions), and he went on to say that (our government is continuing to implement the priorities of its plans to enhance water storage and reduce waste). The Turkish presidents and Iraqi ministers held joint talks on economic cooperation and border control between the two countries. Global for the transport of goods and energy, this project was the subject of continuous discussion between the two countries at various levels, and now we have come to announce it), and Al-Sudani gave (thanks to Erdogan, for his responsible and effective response in addressing the problem of water scarcity and his directives issued to the competent authorities to increase water releases that will continue for a month) Adding that (our talks dealt with the security file, and we are linked with Turkey with long borders that exceed 300 kilometers, and I affirm Iraq’s commitment not to allow its lands to be used as a starting point for aggression against Turkey, because the security of the region is one and indivisible, and through intelligence cooperation and information exchange we will solve security problems away from violence In a way that preserves the security and sovereignty of Iraq, which we are keen to achieve, in a way that does not affect the development of our relations with Turkey. Al-Sudani also met a number of businessmen, investors, union representatives and officials in the Turkish private sector in Ankara, in the presence of the Turkish Minister of Trade, Muhammad Moush. Al-Sudani outlined (the understandings reached during the visit with the Turkish side, which stem from a real will to move the two countries towards strengthening relations in all fields, the most important of which is the work of Turkish companies and investors in Iraq and the facilitation of trade exchange). For their part, Turkish businessmen and investors expressed (their appreciation). to the actions of the Iraqi government and the steps taken to encourage investment, and they pledged to contribute to strategic projects, infrastructure projects and growing services in Iraq). Al-Sudani laid a wreath at the tomb of the founder of the Turkish Republic, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, in the presence of a number of Turkish officials. Meanwhile, Defense Minister Thabet Al Abbasi met his Turkish counterpart, Hulusi Akar, in Ankara. During the meeting, they discussed the bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to develop and enhance them in a way that achieves the public interest.[/size]
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