Yugoslavia is considering an Iraqi request to re-frozen funds in its banks

2016/9/22 17:31

[Oan- Baghdad]

Iraq, Yugoslavia demanded the return of $ 8 million has frozen in its banks.

A statement by the Office of the Minister of Foreign Affairs received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, "the Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari met on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, Serbian Foreign Minister Aavak Dasik, During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between Baghdad and Belgrade, and ways of developing , opening the prospects of joint cooperation between the two countries. "

He noted Jaafari, according to the statement to "the availability of many opportunities for investment in front of the Serbian companies to work in Iraq," adding that "the countries of the world all stand united to face common global threat of gangs terrorist Daesh," stressing "the need to restore Iraqi funds frozen, more adult $ 8 million for the former Yugoslav banks, especially that Iraq is going through an extraordinary economic conditions. "

For his part, the face of Serbian Foreign Minister Aavak Dasik formal invitation to Jaafari to visit Belgrade, "referring to the" parking his country along with Iraq in various fields, including: support for Iraq in the running of international positions, stressing the need to work on raising investment between the two levels, and increase the size of the exchange trade in order to serve the interests of the two friendly peoples, "noting: that he will discuss with the parties involved in the issue of his re-frozen Iraqi funds."