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Iraq looks forward to the contribution of British companies to its reconstruction more widely

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Iraq looks forward to the contribution of British companies to its reconstruction more widely

Post by RamblerNash on Wed Nov 14, 2018 11:57 am

Iraq looks forward to the contribution of British companies to its reconstruction more widely

2018/11/14 14:14

(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim expressed his hope for the contribution of British companies in the reconstruction of Iraq more broadly.

Foreign Minister Mohammed Ali al-Hakim received British Ambassador to Baghdad John Wilkes, and discussed the strengthening of mechanisms of consultation, coordination between Baghdad and London in connection with the crises in the region, as well as efforts to combat Terrorism, and dealt with various aspects of bilateral relations. "

"The special attention given by Baghdad to strengthen its partnership with Britain," the foreign minister said, expressing his "aspiration to contribute more British companies in the reconstruction of Iraq, and investment in the reconstruction of infrastructure."

He expressed his "thanks for the military support of Iraq in its war against terrorist gangs, and that Iraq began to turn to the next stage after defeating terrorism, the reconstruction of liberated areas, and called on the British side to continue its support for Iraq in this area."

He explained that "Iraq is working on the principle of establishing bilateral relations balanced with the countries of the world, especially neighboring countries."

For his part, John Wilkes said that "the British government will focus on strengthening bilateral relations with Baghdad," stressing "his country's support for Iraq in the economic fields, the private sector, and capacity-building."

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