December 26, 2014 5: 12 pm
Al-Ibadi said in a statement it had received (independent) a. On the sidelines of a meeting of the Turkish-Iraqi Business Council held in Ankara with Turkish Prime Minister and the participation of a large number of businessmen and investors that "Turkish companies were the first to work in Iraq and claimed Turkish businessmen to participate in the Iraqi market," Noting that "14 in Iraq rather than war and open to investment."
Al-Ibadi said that "investment opportunities in Iraq and legislative environment and the evolving law of investment and encouraging actions to investors."
Al-Ibadi said that "harassment or attacks on companies including Turkish companies operating in Iraq is an aggression on the Iraqi people."
The Iraqi Prime Minister called to the Bank's cooperation between the two countries and the establishment of joint banks. "
He visited Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi on Thursday the Turkish capital of Ankara for a two-day official visit to discuss cooperation between the two countries in security and political fields, where he met with Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek and Prime Minister Ahmet davutoglu, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.(The end)
(Independent) of ...Prime Minister Haidar Al-Abbadi, invited Turkish businessmen to participate in the Iraqi market, stressing "14″ province where war and open to investment, considering that the harassment or assault on Turkish companies operating in Iraq as" an attack on Iraq, calling for a cooperation between the two countries and the establishment of joint banks.
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