politics , 09/23/2023 10:11 Number of readings: 93
[rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:[/rtl]
[rtl]In New York, Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani discussed with the Dutch Prime Minister cooperation and support for the economic partnership between the two countries.
The Prime Minister's Media Office said in a press statement, “Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani met, in New York, with the Dutch Prime Minister, Mr. Mark Rutte, on the sideslines of his participation in the 78th session of the United Nations "General Assembly."
He added: "The meeting witnessed discussion of various aspects of cooperation between the two friendly countries, and ways to enhance them and support the economic partnership, for the benefit of the Iraqi and Dutch peoples."
The office indicated that “the formation of a bilateral council was discussed between the two countries, for cooperation in the field of agriculture, water and water resources management, especially since the Netherlands is one of the leading countries in this field, and Iraq’s desire to benefit from Dutch expertise in the field of confronting the effects of climate change, and in renewable energy.” .
During the meeting, Al-Sudani appreciated "the Netherlands' support for Iraq in its war against ISIS, as part of the efforts of the international coalition to combat terrorism and the NATO mission, noting the importance of the strategic partnership agreement signed between Iraq and the European Union.”
The Prime Minister stressed, “The Iraqi investment arena welcomes Dutch companies, and that they will be a distinguished addition to the infrastructure reconstruction efforts in Iraq.”
For his part, Rutte affirmed “the Netherlands’ desire to strengthen the bonds of cooperation between the two countries,” calling on the Sudanese to “visit Amsterdam, for more meetings and discussions in possible sectors of cooperation, and to meet businessmen and representatives of Dutch companies, and that he aspires to develop facilitation opportunities and contribute to the sector.” Business, reconstruction and development, especially in light of the stability achieved in Iraq.”[/rtl]
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