[Baghdad - where]
Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari, with Swiss non-resident ambassador to Iraq, Heinz Peter Lenz, Iraq's frozen assets in Switzerland and set him back.
According to a Foreign Ministry statement, received by the agency all of Iraq [where], a copy of the al-Jaafari "recognizes the ministry building in Baghdad, a copy of the credentials of the Ambassador of Switzerland the non-resident to Iraq, Heinz Peter Linz papers, and discussed bilateral relations and ways of developing relations in the interest of the two friendly countries and discuss the issue of frozen Iraqi assets in Switzerland, which is due to be transferred to Iraq.
"He wished al-Jaafari, according to the statement, the Swiss ambassador" success in his diplomatic duties in Baghdad, "expressing his ministry's readiness to" provide all the support of the Swiss Embassy in the framework of strengthening relations between the two countries ".
He stressed" the importance of re-activating the agreements signed with the Swiss side, "calling on Swiss companies to" invest in Iraq, "praising" what by Switzerland of humanitarian aid for Iraq due to the exceptional circumstances of the war on terror Daash gangs and alleviate the suffering of the displaced.
"turn showed the Swiss ambassador, according to the statement, "his country's readiness to support Iraq's political and security, and provide more assistance," stressing "the supporting Iraq in international forums his country's position, particularly in the fight against terrorist gangs Daash" .anthy
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