Germany is seeking to develop economic coordination office in Baghdad about participa
Germany is seeking to develop economic coordination office in Baghdad about participating gallery
[Where - Baghdad]
She Germany, on Monday, seeking the creation of an office for economic affairs, in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy and the German Chamber of Commerce in Baghdad to coordinate with the German companies wishing to participate in the Baghdad International Fair in its 43.
According to the Ministry of Commerce said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today, that "the first secretary at the German embassy Philipp Roesler stressed that the ongoing efforts through the creation of the Office for Economic Affairs in collaboration with the German Economics Ministry and the Chamber of Commerce German in Baghdad to coordinate with the German companies wishing to to participate. "
He continued Roessler according to the statement that "the German embassy in Baghdad were directing an official letter on the participation of German companies at the show this year," adding that "a large number of German companies discreet expressed their willingness to participate and of which my company Siemens and Teeramar."
For his part, Director General of the Iraqi opposition Adel Khudair Abbas stressed the need for "a formal request by the German Embassy for the purpose of organizing the official wing of the State of Germany, noting that Germany's participation in the Baghdad International Fair, representing Iraq's political support."
"The company operates on the success of the participation of countries and companies in the 43 session of the Baghdad International Fair by providing all facilities and support and provide security protection for the participating delegations in collaboration with the Baghdad Operations Command and the security forces."
The Ministry of Commerce announced on the tenth of November Conclusion of the Baghdad International Fair in its 42 with the participation of 23 countries and foreign Arebeo.