Jaafari heading to Japan to discuss moving the Iraqi economy

11/22/2015 14:18 GMT

Follow-up - and babysit - went Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, to Japan at the official invitation in which a number of files looking notably the support of the Iraqi economy.

A statement of Foreign Affairs received the news agency public opinion (and babysit) a copy of it, Jaafari as saying before leaving for Japan on an official visit lasting several days that "his visit to Japan comes in the framework of strengthening relations between Baghdad and Tokyo and discuss common issues between the two countries."

Jaafari stressed that "Japan, a country with a stand against terrorism and can benefit from Iraq to adopt positions in international fora."

The Foreign Minister according to the statement, "We will look for opportunities to assign the Japanese government for the Iraqi economy Bmajalath all and provide some aid, especially that Iraq is going through an extraordinary circumstance," pointing out that "Japan multi excellence, especially in the economic profile of all branches of production and industry, agriculture and trade."

Jaafari said that "Japan is able to pay Iraq in the field of media development and internal transport, whether cars or trains and other network other areas." Q, Q