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Post by claud39 on Fri Apr 05, 2019 2:32 pm

It's really sad, another good news from the country, and not even gurus, It looks like we're seeing a return of Iraq soon to its international position with the signatures we've seen since recently with some countries, and signing with the World Bank for reconstruction, what more can I say !!! the only obstacle that remains is the end of the formation of the Iraqi government that was mentioned by the announcement of the World Bank that they are waiting to leave the project !!



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German Foreign Minister Haiku Mas on Friday telephoned Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.

During the contact, Mas stressed his country's desire to develop relations with Iraq and to cooperate in political, security and economic fields.

A statement from the Iraqi government quoted the German minister as saying that "a lot of large German companies want to invest in Iraq, including Siemens."

For his part, welcomed the Prime Minister of this initiative, praising the positive role of Siemens and German companies to support Iraq in the electricity sector.

The federal government in Baghdad on Thursday offered about 200 investment opportunities on the private sector in Saudi Arabia.




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Post by claud39 on Fri Apr 05, 2019 3:42 pm

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German Foreign Minister to Abdul Mahdi: Siemens is looking to invest in Iraq


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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi received a telephone call from German Foreign Minister Haikou Mas, during which he stressed his country's desire to develop relations with Iraq and cooperation in political, security and economic fields. 
"I am proud of the relations between the two countries," he said, praising the role played by the German military mission in the framework of the international coalition in combating the da'ash and providing technical support to the Iraqi forces. Iraq and the desire of the parties to continue efforts to combat the support and support of the Iraqi armed forces'. 
The two sides stressed the importance of economic cooperation. "Many large German companies are interested in investing in Iraq, including Siemens," the German minister said.
He welcomed the initiative, praising the positive role of Siemens and German companies to support Iraq in the electricity sector.
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