Iraq and Jordan are discussing the implementation of the recommendations of the Joint Committee on industry

2017/4/6 22:12

[In Baghdad]

Industry and mining Minister Mohamed sheyaa, on Thursday, with the Jordanian charge d'affaires in Baghdad, Ashraf Amin Al-Khasawneh files of the cooperation between the two countries and the recommendations arising from the Iraqi-Jordanian Joint Committee meetings held in Baghdad recently.

Learner, the Ministry said in a statement the Agency all Iraq [where] that "a number of Sudanese Khasawneh discussed topics of interest the two brotherly countries in all fields, especially the industrial field and emphasizing the depth of the relations between the two peoples."

The Sudanese statement stressed "the need for continued coordination and follow up Fifth Avenue for the purpose of completing the requirements for the implementation of decisions and recommendations that emerged from the Iraqi-Jordanian Joint Committee meetings at its twenty-seventh session held in Baghdad during the month of March and hopefully presented during cabinet meetings to obtain required approvals."

The Minister reiterated his call to the Jordanian side to seek to open up new prospects of fruitful and constructive work for the purpose of creating new projects contribute to creating jobs and promising to eliminate unemployment and the development of the national economy. "

For his part, the Jordanian Embassy charge d'affaires gave thanks and appreciation the efforts of the success of the work of the Committee and meetings with an image reflected the depth of alakho relations between the two countries, established brotherly peoples, "said the Government and people of Jordan's desire to strengthen the links and relations between the two countries and broaden cooperation to meet the aspirations of both sides."