A new round of financial talks between Iraq and a European country


2021.02.19 – 12:44

  

Baghdad – People  

On Friday, Minister of Finance Ali Allawi discussed with the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Baghdad, Michael Rentinar, and the official of the Economic Department, Merrill de Konink, the economic and financial aspects and the importance of enhancing cooperation opportunities between the two countries.  

  

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The ministry’s media office said in a statement, which “people” received a copy of (February 19, 2021), “The Minister of Finance, Ali Abdul-Amir Allawi, received the Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to Baghdad, Ambassador Michael Rentinar, and the official of the economic department, Mrs. Merrill de Konink, at the ministry’s headquarters.”  

The statement added, “During the meeting, they discussed the overall bilateral relations between the two countries, especially the economic and financial aspects, and the importance of enhancing cooperation opportunities on various levels in a way that meets the aspirations of the two peoples.”  

According to the statement, the minister stressed “the importance of opening the horizons of constructive cooperation,” stressing that “Iraq’s strategy in its balanced relations with all is based on the observance of common interests with world countries in a way that serves progress and prosperity for our people and friendly peoples.”  

The statement continued, “The ambassador expressed his thanks to the minister for the good reception, stressing at the same time the desire of his country’s government to strengthen bilateral relations and cooperation with Iraq for the benefit of the two countries.”  

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