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Jubouri discuss with the ambassadors of Italy and Brazil ways to strengthen bilateral relations

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Jubouri discuss with the ambassadors of Italy and Brazil ways to strengthen bilateral relations




Tuesday 10.11.2015 0:12


/ WAP / Baghdad news
Search House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, with Italian Ambassador Marco Carnelos and Brazilian Ambassador Miguel Magallhays ways to strengthen bilateral relations, stressing Iraq's desire to better relations with friendly countries to set up and promote ways to communicate in different areas. A statement issued by al-Jubouri's office received by the agency International news BAGHDAD / WAP / copy of it, the latter that "received in his office today, Ambassador of the Italian Republic in Iraq Marco Carnelos," noting that "During the meeting, they reviewed ways of strengthening bilateral relations between the two countries." And the price of al-Jubouri, according to the statement, "What provided by Italy of great support for Iraq especially with regard to the infrastructure of the liberated areas rehabilitation, as well as programs to train forces of the Iraqi police. "He stressed that" Iraq's desire to establish better relations with Italy and to promote ways to communicate in different areas. "The statement added that" Italian Ambassador extended a formal invitation to Jabouri to participate in the Parliamentary Assembly of NATO countries to be held in Florence, Italy Conference ". He said that" al-Jubouri, received in a meeting separately Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Brazil in Iraq Miguel Magallhays ", adding that" the parties discussed prospects of joint cooperation, guaranteeing mutual interests. "He pointed out that" During the meeting they discussed the overall political and economic situation in Iraq and the region. "

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