Mutual recognition to facilitate the entry of goods between Iraq and New Zealand Agreement

2016/1/25 14:47

{Baghdad: Euphrates News} Planning Minister Salman Jumaili signed with the New Zealand ambassador in Baghdad James Monroe memorandum of mutual recognition to facilitate the entry of goods into Iraq.
A statement of the Ministry of Planning received by the agency {Euphrates News} a copy of it today, that "Jumaili, received in his office in Baghdad on Monday, Ambassador of New Zealand James Monroe, where they discussed the prospects of cooperation with regard to increasing the volume of trade exchange between the two countries and the possibility of signing a memorandum of mutual recognition between them to facilitate the entry Goods and Aadaia to Iraq within the Iraqi specifications. "

He Jumaili during the meeting on "the priorities of the Iraqi government at the current stage is to confront the twin challenges of terrorism and economic and out of the current crisis," calling on the New Zealand side to "contribute to the provision of support for Iraq in the economic field by expanding investment prospects between the two countries, as well as humanitarian support through to contribute to the reconstruction of the liberated areas. "

For his part, he pointed out New Zealand's ambassador to Iraq, that "the re-opening of his country's embassy in Baghdad after the closure in 1991 represents an important beginning towards the development of bilateral relations between the two countries," stressing "prepared New Zealand to provide all kinds of support for Iraq whether it is in the economic sphere, investment or in part technical and logistical assistance in security and military side, "congratulated" on what Iraq has achieved great victories in the liberation of Ramadi and other cities. "

Monroe said that "New Zealand has a well-developed potential in the field of agriculture and improve the dairy industry and is ready to provide assistance to Iraq in this aspect" .anthy