Vietnam is seeking to resume the work of the oil companies in Iraq

2016/9/19 18:50

[Oan- Baghdad]

Vietnam announced its best to resume the work of the oil companies in Iraq.

A statement by the Iraqi Foreign Ministry received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met with Foreign Affairs of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and the Minister [Haievam bin of on the sidelines of the summit leaders and the heads of the Movement of Non-Aligned seventeen held in Venezuela, during the meeting, We discussed bilateral relations and the prospects of joint cooperation at all levels. "

He stressed al-Jaafari, according to the statement, "the need to expedite the convening of a meeting of the Iraqi-Vietnamese Committee, and activate the shared files between the two countries," directed "the official invitation of the Foreign Minister of Vietnam to visit Iraq because of their impact on the deepening of relations."

For his part, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Vietnam, "his country's keenness to strengthen relations with Iraq," noting "the importance of the adoption of further mechanisms that will increase the volume of economic cooperation and trade for the benefit of the two friendly peoples."

The minister said the Vietnamese, that "the government is seeking to resume the work of the oil companies in Iraq within the framework of investment between the two countries support," stressing "his country's support for Iraq to get the Human Rights Council at the United Nations seat for the years 2017-2019."