Signed Iraqi and Turkish governments, economic and military and security agreements during Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's visit to Ankara on the head of a large ministerial delegation. With regard to the economic aspect, Abadi said at a joint conference with Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu, that "Iraq will begin to export five hundred thousand barrels of oil per day via the Turkish territory and the agreement to increase the quantity gradually." While Ihsanoglu, announced unlimited support and willingness to cooperate fully and security coordination and intelligence with the Iraqi side to chase elements of the "Islamic State" Daash, in their movement across the two countries and neighboring countries. The two sides agreed on military cooperation, particularly in relation to the training of Iraqi security forces in Turkey and equipped with weapons, as provided lists in this regard from the Iraqi side And resulted in high-level strategic cooperation between the two countries Council meeting on understandings for cooperation and investment in water and energy and the various areas of development He promised the Iraqi side of the Turkish counterpart remove a lot of what he described as bureaucratic obstacles in front of the Turkish companies working or wishing to work and invest in Iraq, the obstacles that have been developed under the previous government of al-Maliki. It is noteworthy that the two sides are seeking to develop their relations as it was before the government of former Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, when he was trade between the two countries amounted to $ 12 billion.
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