Jaafari announce the agreement between Iraq and Russia to increase trade

2016-02-11 17:53:37 | (Voice of Iraq) - Baghdad

Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, on Thursday, that Iraq and Russia have agreed to increase trade in several areas, and with renewed his rejection of the presence of Turkish troops in the north of the country, he stressed that the liberation of Mosul from the control of the organization "Daash" Mosul of the priorities of the Iraqi armed forces.

Jaafari said during a joint news conference with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin, was held today in Baghdad and attended by Alsumaria News, "We have agreed with Russia to increase trade in the industry, electricity, financial resources and other areas", expressing at the same time "thanks to the positions of Russia Blvd. to support Iraq in Geneva and Vienna Convention and the Security Council. "

Jaafari said that "our position on the existence of a clear Turkish forces and reject the presence of any foreign troops on Iraqi territory," stressing at the same time "stuck Iraq's relations with neighboring countries."

He continued that "Mosul usurped located in the priorities of the Iraqi forces," calling on the world to "help us in the liberation of the cities, but can not prevent any country edit any Iraqi city."

Iraq seeks to strengthen relations with regional and international environment, especially a locked in a heated battle against al "Daash", as Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi stressed on more than one occasion, Iraq's keenness on building good-neighborly relations with surrounding countries, and stressed that those countries offer all humanitarian and military support for Iraq types.