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    The Turkish government considers the development road project an "important path for global trade"

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    The Turkish government considers the development road project an "important path for global trade" Empty The Turkish government considers the development road project an "important path for global trade"

    Post by Rocky Tue 29 Aug 2023, 6:57 am

    The Turkish government considers the development road project an "important path for global trade"



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    Shafaq News/ The Turkish Minister of Trade, Omer Polat, stated, on Tuesday, that his country's government considers the development road project, which starts from the far south of Iraq and passes through Turkish lands towards European countries, "an important path for global trade."
    A statement issued by the Iraqi government stated that Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani, this morning, Tuesday, Omar Polat, and his accompanying delegation, adding that the meeting witnessed a review of bilateral relations between the two countries, and ways to expand economic partnership and cooperation in various fields.



    During the meeting, the Prime Minister stressed the importance of strengthening cooperation between the two countries, which have long historical relations, appreciating the serious Turkish interaction with the development path project.
    Al-Sudani also explained the policy followed by the government in developing economic relations, and that Iraq, with its human and natural resources, is able to be a point of contact, a development and partnership area for all neighboring countries, stressing the importance of exchanging visits between Iraq and Turkey, which reflects the desire of the two parties to develop relations. at various levels.
    For his part, the Turkish minister conveyed the greetings of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Al-Sudani, stressing the seriousness and keenness of the Turkish government in supporting the development path project, which it considers an important path for global trade, in addition to its importance for trade between Iraq and Turkey.
    The Prime Minister also received a group of Turkish businessmen, in the presence of the Turkish Minister of Trade.
    Al-Sudani explained to the guest delegation the facilities and reforms provided by the Iraqi government to improve the business and investment environment in Iraq, praising Turkish companies and their ability to achieve development, their contribution to the reconstruction of infrastructure in Iraq, and the completion of the development road project.
    The Prime Minister referred to the draft Fund for the Development of Iraq after its approval in the budget law, and what it constitutes of a new experience and philosophy in the economy that depends on the involvement of the private sector in the construction of infrastructure and services, and the government's provision of sovereign guarantees for industrial and agricultural projects
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