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    Al-Sudani returns to Baghdad after a round of talks in Washington

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    Al-Lajmawi: Iraq and Turkey are preparing for a comprehensive framework agreement
    04/20/2024
    Baghdad - Qusay Munther
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani returned to Baghdad yesterday, after concluding his visit to the American capital, Washington, during which he held discussions described as important and successful at the level of cooperation and bilateral relations between the two countries. A statement received by Al-Zaman yesterday said: “Al-Sudani returned to Baghdad, concluding his tour that he conducted in three American states, which he began by meeting with the Iraqi community in Washington and then meeting with President Joe Biden, who welcomed the Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation. He also reaffirmed his country’s unlimited support.” To Iraq, where the two parties held official discussions that resulted in outcomes related to security and economic cooperation, and then met with a number of heads of American companies wishing to invest in Iraq, as the delegation succeeded in signing agreements in the fields of developing oil fields and benefiting from gas, as well as assisting the Ministry of Electricity in securing energy. Additional services through the establishment of new stations). Before leaving Washington, the Prime Minister directed the Iraqi embassy to follow up on all files and understandings with the United States, and to provide the best services to the Iraqi community. The statement explained that (Al-Sudani made a visit to the Iraqi embassy in Washington on the sidelines of his official visit to the United States of America, and was briefed on the work of the embassy and the performance of its employees and workers), praising (the efforts made during his current official visit, and the good organization, especially what he made The Ambassador of Iraq to the United States), Al-Sudani stressed on “exerting more effort, and putting Iraq’s service and reputation before every action or step they take,” and went on to say that “the understandings and files that were worked on during the visit require close follow-up and focus on the success of the subsequent requirements that they entail.” Bilateral files and memorandums of understanding with the United States of America, and working in accordance with the objectives of the government program and contributing to achieving it), calling for (giving care and attention to the members of the Iraqi community in the United States, and working to provide all possible services and facilities that they need). Al-Sudani also said that the development road project will be the lowest cost and fastest transportation corridor during the next four decades. The statement indicated that Al-Sudani received, at his residence in Washington, representatives of research centers specialized in Iraq and the region, and stressed the importance of this visit, which coincided with the 21st anniversary of change in Iraq, and at a time when work is underway to move the relationship with America to the level of comprehensive partnership through... Joint committees, where constructive and frank dialogues took place with President Biden and members of the US administration regarding the mechanisms for transitioning bilateral relations and ending the coalition’s mission, based on the framework and partnership agreement that has been suspended since 2008),[/size]
    [size=45]Stressing that (the business delegation that accompanied him on the visit was carefully selected, and the way was paved for a twinning contract between Iraqi and American companies, describing the Iraqi community in America as a qualitative community that includes competencies that can enhance bilateral relations), pointing out that (Iraq is continuing to implement a road project Development), Al-Sudani explained that (feasibility studies diagnosed that the project will be the lowest cost and fastest transportation corridor during the next four decades), and he continued that (among the goals of the development path is the localization of industries in Iraq). On a related level, the Iraqi ambassador to Ankara, Majid Al-Lajmawi, confirmed that the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Baghdad will witness the signing of a strategic framework agreement in various fields.[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Lajmawi said in a statement received by Al-Zaman yesterday that “Erdogan’s visit to Baghdad will contribute to resolving the outstanding issues between the two neighboring countries,” and he continued, “The visit will achieve a comprehensive qualitative leap in the cooperation relations between Iraq and Turkey, and will witness the signing of a strategic framework agreement that has been worked on over the past few months.” The latter addresses the security, economic, and development fields, and making progress in the water and energy files, as well as the process of resuming the export of Iraqi oil through Turkey), stressing that (Erdogan’s visit comes within the framework of the two countries’ efforts to strengthen bilateral relations between them, especially in light of the presence of many projects and memorandums). The understanding that may be concluded between the two countries, especially the path to development, and Turkey’s role in this vital strategic project.[/size]
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