Tuesday, 7 حزيران 2011 17:18 GMT
Alsumaria News / Baghdad
A source at the Iraqi Foreign Ministry, on Tuesday, that the Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini will arrive in Baghdad on Wednesday, on top of a large economic delegation.
The source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini will arrive in Baghdad, on Wednesday, accompanied by a number of representatives of Italian companies the President and the appropriate infrastructure and engineering," noting that "the delegation would meet with President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari. "
The source, who asked not to be named, said "the Italian minister will meet with members of the Iraqi-Italian joint and competent economy and finance to discuss the economic and financial issues and security cooperation between the two countries," noting that "the delegation will sign an agreement to promote and protect the Italian investment in Iraq will also sign a joint agreement with Iraq cooperation on air and airlines. "
The Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini has visited Baghdad on the fifth of December 2010, the past, and met old official visit by President Jalal Talabani and Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and senior Iraqi officials, and discussed during his visit to file the rights of minorities and Christians in Iraq.
Italy supports effectively the Iraqi government to rebuild infrastructure and strengthen civil society and bridge the gap between ethnicities different between people of different religions and to ensure respect for the authority of the State and the laws and support the process of economic take-off, and Italy confirms that it is convinced that the future of Iraq lies in building a unified state and federal multi-religious and ethnicities.
She and the Italian Foreign Ministry, the end of last April, concern from the change of Iraqi government decisions that are related to political issues often, while ruled that the cause of political instability or a change of government to review the negotiations and contracts signed by the Italian companies invested in Iraq, wary that the re- consideration of long-term contracts with the change of governments will pay those companies and others to not work in Iraq again.
The Iraqi government confirmed, the end of last year, that 47 Italian company diversified invest in Iraq over the next few days in the fields of investment and construction of housing complexes and building schools and water plants large in the provinces in coordination with the National Commission for Investment and the Ministry of Municipalities and Public Works, Education, Health, Construction and Housing and the Municipality of Baghdad.
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