Today, a high-ranking Jordanian delegation arrives in Iraq to follow up on the outcomes of the tripartite Baghdad summit


political| 01:47 – 09/20/2021

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Baghdad – Mawazine News

Minister of Public Works and Housing Yahya Al-Kasabi will head a Jordanian delegation heading to the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, on Monday, to follow up on the outcomes of the tripartite summit held in Baghdad.
Al-Kasabi is accompanied by a number of representatives from the construction, housing, contracting and industrial sectors, as the work meetings will continue until next Thursday.
Al-Kasabi will hold several working meetings with the concerned parties in Iraq during the days of the visit, which comes in implementation of the royal directives of the government to enhance the prospects for cooperation and expansion in it, and in the interest of the Prime Minister to frame joint cooperation in line with the interest of the two countries in all fields, especially the economic fields and what is related to the field of housing, construction and contracting. .
On Monday morning, Al-Kasabi held a meeting with representatives of the participating parties in the Jordanian delegation heading to the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, in the presence of the Acting Secretary-General and those concerned in the ministry, in the presence of representatives of the participating delegations.
Al-Kasabi and representatives of the participating delegations discussed the agreements and items that will be signed during the working visit of the Jordanian delegation, stressing the need to focus on translating the visit into work agreements on the ground.
It is noteworthy that Al-Kasabi had headed a delegation to Iraq last February. Ended 29/A43

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