From 2017-12-22 at 19:53 (Baghdad time)
Baghdad – Mawazine News
Today, the Business and Reconstruction Forum in Iraq has opened in the Turkish city of Gaziantep, in the presence of members of the Iraqi Economic Council.
“The work of the Business and Reconstruction Forum in Iraq in the Turkish city of Gaziantep started with the head of the Iraqi delegation consisting of the Minister of Electricity Qassem Al-Fahdawi, the head of the liberated areas, Mustafa Al-Hiti, the head of the Baghdad Provincial Council of Riyadh,” the council said in a statement received by Mawazine News. The head of the administrative and financial department of the Council of Ministers Qusay al-Abbadi and Vice-Chairman of the National Investment Commission Zia al-Ashayqar.
The statement added that “the delegation also included the adviser of the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq Walid Idi, Director General of the Iraqi Bank of Commerce Faisal Hymes, Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Jassim Mohammed Ahmed, and the Iraqi Consul in Ghazi Muayad Omar Kuperly. The Iraqi Economic Council participated actively in the activities of the conference and meetings Bilateral. ”
The statement pointed out that “the delegation of the Economic Council included each member of the Board of Directors of the Iraqi Economic Council and Fika insured, Fawzi Al-Araji, Nawar Sobhi Hassan, Saif Adel Moussawi, as well as Mohammed Shaker Dulaimi, economic adviser to the Economic Council Abdul Rahman Al-Mashhadan, financial adviser to the Council on Radhi Moheisen, and Karim Radhi Habib, Administrative and Financial Director of the Council Basil Al-Khafaji. ”
According to the statement, members of the Investment Development and Reconstruction Center Qais al-Wazzan, Taha Mohammed and Jer, Rashid al-Saadi, Walid Jaloub al-Masoudi, Hatem Abdul Karim Hamza, Mohammed Faisal al-Hazza and lawyers Sadiq al-Lami and Abdullah al-Saadi also attended.
The representative of the Chamber of Commerce Ali Brakaya, according to the statement, “the development of trade relations between the city of Gaziantep and Iraq through the volume of exports to Iraq.”
For his part, Minister of Electricity Qasim Al-Fahdawi, the desire of the Iraqi government to develop and strengthen the bonds of cooperation between the two countries, especially at this sensitive stage of the history of Iraq, especially after his victory over the forces of misguidance and darkness.
Mustafa Al-Hiti spoke about the “urgent need for Turkish companies to have extensive experience in the development of cities and the rehabilitation of infrastructure,” pointing out that “the need to be positive deal between the two parties with emphasis on the need to benefit from the partnership between the parties in the field of investment, including Achieve the employment of Iraqi manpower and the use of local raw materials and available energy sources. ”
The Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Mohammad Shimshak, according to the statement, “a lengthy explanation to ensure scientific and economic research on the great development in Turkey and the possibility of the Turkish side to provide all the requirements for the reconstruction of Iraq.”