Ebadi calls for Turkish companies to contribute strongly in the Iraqi market


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Khandan – said Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, said that Turkish companies have been proactive in working in Iraq, calling on Turkish businessmen to participate strongly in the Iraqi market, noting that in Iraq about fourteen province, which is not a war and its doors are open for investment.

H during a speech yesterday evening in the Iraqi-Turkish Business Council, which was held in Ankara in the presence of the Turkish prime minister and the participation of a large number of businessmen and investors, according to a statement issued by the Information Office of the devotional meeting.

He spoke Abadi for investment opportunities in Iraq and legislative environment available and the law of the evolving and procedures encouraging to work investors investment, calling for banking cooperation between the two countries and the establishment of joint banks, Abadi promised to harass or assault on companies including Turkish companies operating in Iraq as an attack on the Iraqi people.

The conference was opened by Iraq signed a memorandum of understanding in the field of water and signed by the Minister of Water Resources and his Turkish counterpart, also signed by the two foreign ministers Academy Aldblomasbh agreement between the Iraqi and Turkish.

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