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    [size=52]20 agreements will be signed during his visit to Iraq...Today..Erdogan arrives in Baghdad on his first official visit in 12 years[/size]

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    04/21/2024
    Today, Monday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will conduct his first official visit to the capital, Baghdad, in 12 years, while Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan confirmed that more than 20 agreements will be signed with Iraq during the Turkish president’s visit.
    An informed source said: The Turkish President will arrive in the capital, Baghdad, today, Monday, on his first official visit in 12 years, during which he will meet with the President of the Republic, the Prime Minister, and the Speaker of the Parliament, in addition to visiting Erbil and meeting with officials in the Kurdistan region.
    He added that the visit will include intensive discussions on common issues, especially the water file and the development road project, as well as concluding strategic agreements in various fields.
    For his part, Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan said that more than 20 agreements will be signed with Iraq during President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to Baghdad.
    Fidan said in a press conference in Istanbul: “Our goal is to develop relations (with Iraq) so that regional stability, prosperity and development are possible, institutionalize our relations, and do everything we can to develop order and prosperity in the region.”
    He pointed to the long-standing ongoing work between the two countries in areas such as security, energy, agriculture, water, agriculture, health and education.
    He added: “We completed preliminary agreements to sign more than 20 agreements during our president’s visit.”
    It was stated that President Erdogan will go to Baghdad and Erbil during his visit to Iraq.
    He explained that President Erdogan will meet Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani in Baghdad, where a working meeting will be held, and agreements will be signed after that, pointing out that President Erdogan will also meet with his Iraqi counterpart, Abdul Latif Rashid.
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani had previously confirmed that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan would visit Iraq on Monday, 4/22/2024, and that treatments for the water issue would also be put in place.
    Al-Sudani stressed that “the Turkish president’s visit is not a passing visit... because for the first time we find there is a real desire between Baghdad and Ankara to go to solutions, and not to transfer files.”
    The Turkish President had confirmed in a previous press statement that the water issue would be one of the most important items on his agenda during his visit to Iraq. He indicated during an interview with journalists after the government meeting in the capital, Ankara, that his country is studying requests submitted by the Iraqi side regarding water, stressing that they will seek to solve this problem with them.[/size]
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