policy , 2023/06/01 11:15 , the number of readings: 207
[rtl]The Minister of Transport, Razak Muhibis Al-Saadawi, received in his office at the Ministry's center, the Ambassador of the People's Republic of China in Baghdad, Cui Wei, and discussed with him ways of joint cooperation between the two countries.
The minister said at the exit of the meeting, according to a statement by the ministry: The Iraqi government "is seeking to develop cooperation and joint coordination between Baghdad and Beijing, and is also working to increase trade exchange between the two countries."
Al-Saadawi added, "Our government welcomes China's participation in the development road project, within the framework of implementation and investment," stressing that "the project serves Iraq and the rest of the region, including China,
He stressed that "our government welcomes Beijing's participation in the development path project," adding that "the door is open to all countries to participate in the project, especially China."
He explained, "The Iraqi government aspires for China to have an effective contribution to the work and activities of the development path project, based on the great confidence in the expertise of major Chinese companies, especially in the fields of transport, investment and infrastructure. "
He noted that "we are planning to hold a second conference on the path of development, and we will invite China to participate in it."
In turn, the Ambassador of the People's Republic of China, Cui Wei, expressed his happiness at "meeting the Minister of Transport," stressing that "good relations link Baghdad and Beijing, and that China aspires to more cooperation and coordination between the two countries." at all levels.”
The ambassador praised "the work of the Ministry of Transport, the achievements and the wise administration of the Sudanese government."
The Chinese ambassador expressed "a clear interest in knowing many of the details and components of the development path project."[/rtl]
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