Iraq and Turkey discuss the signing of memorandums of understanding and the reconstru
Iraq and Turkey discuss the signing of memorandums of understanding and the reconstruction conference
Iraqi Minister of Planning Salman al-Jumaili discussed on Thursday with a Turkish delegation the signing of memorandums of understanding between the two countries to facilitate trade between the two countries, as well as a conference on the reconstruction of areas destroyed by the war against the organization.
According to a planning statement, al-Jumaili received at his office in the ministry a delegation of Turkey, including a number of general managers and representatives of some ministries, agencies and Turkish companies, as well as the Turkish ambassador in Baghdad Fatih Yildiz.
The two sides stressed during the meeting to seek to develop and activate bilateral relations between the two countries by overcoming all obstacles to the development of those relations.
Among the participants in the Turkish delegation were the Director General of the Quality Control Authority, Director General of Food Control of the Turkish Ministry of Economy, Head of the Turkish Development Agency Office in Baghdad and others.
The statement pointed out that the meeting dealt with the memorandum of understanding to be signed between Iraq and Turkey in the field of standard specifications and inspections of goods and goods imported by the Iraqi side, as well as discuss another memorandum of understanding concerning the organization of the work of the Turkish Development Agency in Iraq
He added that the meeting dealt with the role of Turkish companies in the process of reconstruction of the liberated areas. The Minister of Planning welcomed Iraq with any international effort or support that contributes to the implementation of the reconstruction plan for the liberated areas.
For his part, the Turkish ambassador in Iraq Fatih Yildiz – according to a statement by the Ministry of Planning – the readiness of his government to hold a conference of businessmen and contractors and investors, Turks and Iraqis, aimed at joint coordination on the reconstruction and tasks that can be carried out by Turkish companies, indicating that this conference, which will be adopted by the Turkish government can be established In Turkey in the coming month of September or September.
The meeting was attended by the head of the Central Agency for Standardization and Quality Control Saad Abdel Wahab and the Director General of International Cooperation in the Ministry of Planning, Mrs. Aida Atto.