Global Industrialization Conference kicks off in Hebei, China

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2019/09/19 23:48:52

Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi (Global Industrialization Conference 2019), which started today in the Chinese city of Hefei, attended a guest of honor at the invitation of his Chinese counterpart Li Qixiang, along with members of the Iraqi delegation of ministers, governors and advisors.

The conference was opened with a speech by the Chinese president on his behalf, followed by a speech by the head of the ruling party of the province of Hebei, who welcomed the presence of Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi.

The Prime Minister delivered a speech in which he said that “Iraq needs today more than ever to the momentum of its influential Asian and Chinese relations in particular in a direction that restores Iraq to its vital and effective role and to its people and its dignified life.”

He also announced during his speech the meeting he will meet with the Chinese president and senior government and party leaders, calling on Chinese and international companies to contribute to Iraq’s renaissance and rebuilding its infrastructure.

He congratulated the People’s Republic of China on the occasion of its 70th anniversary.

Before attending the opening of the conference, the premier briefed the exhibition at the convention center accompanied by State Councilor Wang Yong.

The Prime Minister had spoken last night in an interview with the official Iraqi delegation, at the residence, the importance of visiting China and described as articulated and that the preparation was made early and that relations with China wide and the volume of trade exchange amounted to 30 billion dollars annually for the benefit of Iraq, pointing out that Our goal is to develop the infrastructure on which construction and service projects will be based and develop the economy by taking advantage of China’s great potential and successful experience.

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