Editorial date: 2019/2/24 17:53
The President of the Republic, Barham Salih, discussed in a separate meeting with his Swedish counterparts Stefan Leuven, Austrian Sebastian Kors, Finn Yoha Sibela and Somali Mohamed Abdullah Mohamed on the sidelines of the Arab-European summit in Sharm El-Sheikh to promote investment in the fields of economy, electricity and oil.
“Saleh discussed with his Swedish counterpart Stefan Leuven the relations between the two countries and the prospects for their development and promotion, as well as the contribution of Swedish companies in the reconstruction of Iraq and investment in the fields of economy, electricity and oil,” a statement from his office said.
“Saleh also stressed during his meeting with his Finnish counterpart Uha Sibela on the need to invest Finnish companies in the development of the oil, energy and industry sectors in Iraq, and its contribution to the reconstruction of areas affected by terrorism.
For his part, Sibela stressed his country’s support for achieving stability and prosperity for the Iraqi people and working to improve relations between the two countries in various fields.
The statement added that “the President of the Republic stressed during the meeting with his Austrian counterpart Sebastien Kors on the importance of strengthening bilateral relations between Iraq and Austria in all fields to serve the common interests of the two friendly peoples,” thanking “the European Union countries for their assistance to Iraq in its war against the organization calling, “The role of Austria in providing assistance to the displaced and the displaced.”
For his part, Cruz reiterated his country’s support for the stability of Iraq, stressing the importance of Austrian companies’ contribution to the development of industrial and investment sectors.
“The President of the Republic also received at his residence in Sharm El-Sheikh on Sunday the President of the Republic of Somalia, Mohammed Abdullah Mohammed. During the meeting, which was attended by the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Culture, the two sides discussed bilateral relations and means of developing them. To serve the common interests. ”
Emphasis was also placed on the need to promote stability and peace in the region and to consolidate positions on the issues and events taking place in the Arab and international arenas