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Economy News / Baghdad
Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani affirmed, on Monday, that Iraq is seeking to benefit from Japanese expertise in rehabilitating the country's infrastructure.
Al-Sudani's office stated in a statement that the latter "received the Japanese ambassador to Iraq, Futoshi Matsumoto, accompanied by Yutake Izaki, the managing director of Toyota Corporation in Iraq, and Hajime Mori, the president of Sumitomo Corporation in the Middle East. During the meeting, they reviewed the bilateral relations between the two countries, and ways to enhance them on the economic and development levels." ".
During the meeting, the Prime Minister affirmed, "The government's interest in the distinguished relations between Iraq and Japan, and the tendency to benefit from the experiences and practices of Japanese companies in the field of developing infrastructure in Iraq, and expanding and developing services provided to citizens."
He also expressed "Iraq's aspiration to enhance the training and qualification experience for the Iraqi sectors, in cooperation with Japanese institutions and companies in order to gain experience and open investment opportunities for them."
Al-Sudani explained that "the government program relies on the role and support of the private sector in order to achieve sustainable development and create job opportunities, and that the partnership with the Japanese authorities will be a positive pillar in achieving these aspirations."
For his part, the Japanese ambassador affirmed "the desire of his country, and the major industrial and economic institutions in it, to enhance joint cooperation and expand exchange with Iraq in various fields."
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