Maliki: Iraq today on the threshold of a new relationship will not be invalidated, the military and the generals

Secret / Baghdad
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's giant companies in the United States of America to invest and work in Iraq. The statement quoted the Information Office of the owners as saying in a speech at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on the sidelines of his visit to the United States of America:
"Iraq is making strides and is confident in its relations with all countries of the world, and the relationship with the United States will achieve the best opportunities for collaboration and action". He added: "The partnership with Iraq, the United States during the last period would be supportive of future partnership, and that Iraq today on the threshold of a new relationship will not be invalidated, the military and the generals, but will be entrepreneurs and companies."

He explained: "The workload is too large, especially in the areas of agriculture, industry, construction, and the ample opportunity for all to enter the Iraqi market to invest and contribute to the process of construction and reconstruction," reaffirmed the willingness of the Iraqi government to make a lot of privileges and encouraging decisions to enter the Iraqi market through a minor the necessary legislation and laws related to investment.

Maliki said:
"The strategic framework agreement between Iraq and the United States will be a central part to push the process of cooperation between the two countries. And Iraq on the verge of emerging investment environment is strong, as it has adequate capacity for the success of this stage." The Council called for the Iraqi-US business cooperation and coordination with U.S. companies to bypass the obstacles that stand in the companies wishing to invest and work in Iraq. Al-Maliki arrived in the United States last Monday at dawn on an official visit lasting several days. Met during the visit of U.S. President Barack Obama and discussed with him the U.S. withdrawal from Iraq and the future relationship between the two countries in the post-withdrawal, in addition to training and equipping Iraqi forces.