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Shafaq News/ The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia' Al-Sudani confirmed, on Thursday, Iraq's readiness to receive Malaysian investment companies and Malaysian citizens.
The media office of the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani, stated that the latter received today the Malaysian Minister Zambri Abdul Qadir and his accompanying delegation, and they discussed the overall bilateral relations between the two countries, and ways to develop partnership, for the benefit of the two friendly peoples, in addition to discussing cooperation in the fields of tourism. religious tourism, diplomatic development, industry and agriculture.
Al-Sudani referred to a number of cultural commonalities and close positions that bring the two countries together, stressing the government's desire to provide an opportunity for Malaysian companies to contribute to development and infrastructure construction, and more economic cooperation and facilities provided to Iraqi students on scholarships to Malaysia, expressing Iraq's readiness to receive Malaysian citizens wishing to visit Religious places and holy shrines and providing all facilities for them.
He stressed the need to consolidate bilateral cooperation, through coordination between the countries of the Islamic world. To deter extremist rhetoric and confront abuses that attempt to undermine Islamic sanctities and encourage hatred.
For his part, the Malaysian minister conveyed his country's appreciation of Iraq's stances and its appreciation of the importance of bilateral relations, and its decision to reopen the Malaysian diplomatic mission in Baghdad. He also affirmed his country's desire to resume the work of the joint committee between the two countries.
Earlier today, Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein announced that the State of Malaysia had decided to reopen its embassy in the capital, Baghdad, while revealing Iraqi efforts to deliver crude oil exports to the Malaysian market.
Hussein said in a joint press conference he held with his Malaysian counterpart, Dato' Sri Dr. Zamri, that the Malaysian-Iraqi relations go back to the beginning of the seventies, and the relations between the two countries are important for both parties, and now we have begun to re-establish these relations, welcoming the decision to open the Malaysian embassy in Baghdad.
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