An invitation to investment companies in the Vatican to revive the cultural and historical heritage in Iraq


Political| 11:48 – 05/04/2021

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BAGHDAD – Mawazine News 
, Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein, on Tuesday, invited investment companies in the Vatican State to work in Iraq to revive the cultural and historical heritage. 
In a statement received by Mawazine News, the State Department stated that “Hussein met with the Vatican City’s Foreign Minister Paul Richard Gallagher in the Vatican State Building.” 
Hussein expressed, “Iraq aspires to activate the frameworks of cooperation with the Vatican in various fields, in light of the distinguished relations between the two sides,” affirming that “Iraq is keen to develop relations between Iraq and the Vatican City to achieve the goals it carried in the service of humanity and its rights, and to spread the culture and values ​​of peace.” . 
The Foreign Minister said, “Iraq is a meeting place for religions that all agree to respect human beings and their dignity, and to spread the culture and values ​​of peace,” stressing the
And he demanded, “the reconstruction of churches in the city of Mosul, and the building of a hospital for women survivors of ISIS terrorism.” 
On the historic visit of His Holiness Pope Francis, the minister said, “The visit of His Holiness the Pope to Iraq and the city of Ur birth of the father of the prophets Abraham – peace be upon him – represented great support for Iraq, and special support for Christians in it, and we look forward to investing it religiously, politically and culturally.” 
He called on the investment companies in the Vatican State to “work in Iraq to revive the cultural and historical heritage.” Ended 6/29 N

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