Abadi reveals the contents of the official talks with the Iranian Vice President

Editorial date: 2018/3/7 22:02 • 90 times read
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi revealed the contents of the official talks with the First Vice-President of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ishaq Jhangiri.
“I am proud of the development of relations between the Iraqi and Iranian peoples and the aspiration to expand them in the economic, trade and tourism fields and to serve the interests of the two peoples and the two countries,” Abadi said during the joint press briefing.
“We welcome the Islamic Republic of Iran’s Vice President, Yitzhak Jahangiri, and the members of his delegation in Baghdad,” he said, referring to the Islamic Republic of Iran for standing with Iraq against terrorism until victory and the liberation of our land and cities.
“Iraq is at the forefront of the countries that fight terrorism and are in danger from the countries of the region,” he said, adding that “we have eliminated a military advocate and we are still fighting the deviant terrorist ideology.” He welcomed the contribution of Iran and its companies in the reconstruction field,
“We have an opportunity to work together to establish peace and stability and end armed conflicts in the region on the basis of cooperation, respect for the sovereignty of states and non-interference in their internal affairs,” he said.
“Talks with the Iranian side included trade, demarcation of the border, Arab water, economic and trade cooperation, and transfer of funds. There is discussion between the two delegations and specialists to follow up and sign the minutes of the meeting between the two countries,” he said.
For his part, Jahangiri thanked Abadi, stressing “the support of his country and its stand with Iraq and its people to enhance strategic cooperation between the two countries.” He pointed out that “historical and geographical participants call for the development of relations between our two countries.
He expressed “the desire to develop the level of relations in various fields and to proceed with gas transport projects and the conclusion of agreements in the field of oil and banking relations to facilitate the work of investors and industrialists and visitors to the holy sites.”

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