International Economic Development (OECD) have indicated their willingness to support
International Economic Development (OECD) have indicated their willingness to support Iraq to secure investment environment
12/2/2015 0 Comments
The President of the International Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Angel Gurria, during a meeting with President of the Republic Fuad Masum - currently on a visit to Paris - his organization is ready to support Iraq in securing the investment environment. He said a presidential statement, received by the agency all of Iraq [where], a copy of the infallible "met on Tuesday evening [yesterday], in the French capital Paris, secretary general of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development and the International Angel Gurria, was by talking about the economic reality in Iraq meeting in light of the crisis oil prices, and the impact on aspects of life in Iraq.
"The statement quoted the Secretary-General of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development, referring to" the activities and efforts of the international Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in the whole region, especially Iraq, "stressing" the Organization's support of Iraq on humanitarian and economic level in the shadow of war waged by Iraq against Daash gangs.
"The show Angel Gurria," a party of the organization's efforts to support the Iraqi people, on the level of institution-building and the fight against corruption and promoting transparency and securing attractive investment environment ", expressed the readiness of the organization to" provide all the needs of Iraq in these vital areas. "
He commended infallible, according to the statement, the "efforts made by the organization in support of Iraq," adding that "the security and economic concern is a key priority at this stage, and in parallel with military support received by Iraq of the international coalition, Iraq needs to consultancy from his friends to overcome the international financial crisis and the recovery of the Iraqi economy, ".