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[size=36]With the participation of Iraq. The 35th COMCEC Ministerial Session begins in Istanbul[/size]
35th ministerial meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (COMCEC) kicked off in Istanbul, Turkey, with the participation of Iraqi Trade Minister Mohammed Hashim Al-Ani.
The meeting was opened by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in his capacity as chairman of the OIC Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation.
The Minister of Trade, Mohammed Al-Ani, according to a statement to his information office received (Mawazine News) a copy, "Iraq is keen to participate in the meetings of COMCEC in order to develop and develop commercial relations with the Islamic depth, especially as there are important recommendations serve the economic, agricultural, commercial, financial, transport, transportation and poverty alleviation.
"It is one of the paragraphs discussed by the senior officials that preceded the session and will be presented for approval by the trade ministers of member states."
Al-Ani pointed out that "he will meet a number of his counterparts ministers of member countries in order to activate and develop economic and trade relations with them."
On Monday, the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (COMCEC) began its 35th meeting at the level of senior officials with the participation of the OIC Member States and their relevant institutions to discuss economic and global developments, with the participation of Iraq.
The meetings of the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (COMCEC) are organized annually to review progress in the implementation of its strategy and the recommendations of the Political Working Group and its decisions adopted during the COMCEC Ministerial Sessions.
COMSEC was established on the basis of the Resolution of the Third Islamic Summit Conference held in 1981 and deals with all international and regional economic and trade issues and their repercussions on the OIC Member States.
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