Release date:: 2019/19/19 16:25
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi issued a statement on Thursday on his visit at the head of a high-level delegation to the People’s Republic of China.
The Information Office of the Prime Minister, in a statement received [where], today that Abdul-Mahdi, sent a message to the Iraqi people read these words as we are on our way to the People’s Republic of China on a visit we want it to be a quantum leap in relations between the two countries, “indicating that” I have escorted a delegation of senior executives, including a number of important ministers and senior officials, including conservatives from all over Iraq. Wa Technology and its long contributions to the reconstruction and building of its sprawling country. ”
“China has been able to overcome the factors of poverty, underdevelopment and disintegration it suffered a few decades ago,” he said in his letter. Not only in terms of wealth, but also human, cultural, health, sports, artistic, social, scientific and security. ”
He continued, “Therefore we seek in our visit today to form framework relations for strategic partnership in order for Iraq to rise and rebuild its infrastructure, economy and society and make significant progress in getting rid of the factors of unemployment, poverty, illiteracy and underdevelopment,” pointing out that “Iraq, which has developed its relations with the West during the last two centuries and still wants In its preservation and development, it seeks today to deepen its relations with the East and Asian countries by virtue of thousands of years of historical relations and similar experiences that allow it to benefit from its rich experiences and experiences in this field.
He pointed out that “Iraq is one of the first countries that joined the initiative of the belt and the road where we seek to link the Near East to the Far East, what has been known historically Silk Road, which was also the way of spices.”
During the message, the Prime Minister referred to a visit to India. “Because our route passes through India, we stopped for a short time in New Delhi and discussed with Indian government officials the activation of the joint committee between Iraq and India, which has not met since 2013. The two countries, Iraqi oil occupies the first place in oil imports for India, and Iraq has trade, political and cultural relations with India extends to ancient times.
“Time does not allow long waits and missed opportunities,” he said. “We need deliberate, fast and direct decisions taken at the highest levels with officials of other countries that we aspire to establish mutually beneficial relations and sustainable partnership with them to help us achieve our ambitious programs, especially in the fields of agriculture, industry, armaments and education.” “Health, energy, communications, transportation, water and everything related to the construction and reconstruction of Iraq’s basic infrastructure, which is the lever of growth, and the basis of the great progress that befits Iraq and its people.”
He concluded by saying that “in order to achieve these goals we attended this large executive delegation to discuss and develop relations and draw plans, and to sign a large number of agreements that will bring significant changes in our economies and infrastructure and our various activities.”
Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi left Wednesday evening for a several-day visit to the People’s Republic of China, accompanied by a high-level delegation of 16 governors and 9 ministers.