THURSDAY, MARCH 15 / MARCH 2012 13:25
Twilight News / Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Thursday, for moving the joint committees between Iraq and Kuwait to resolve all disputes and issues between the two sides, as he emphasized that the recent visit was good and yielded good results, he called on companies and Kuwaiti businessmen to take advantage of investment opportunities in various areas in Iraq.
Maliki said in a statement after his return to Baghdad from an official visit to the State of Kuwait received "Twilight News" copy of "The visit yielded good results, most notably in the areas of airline and border," noting that "the joint technical committees continues to tasks and working on resolve all outstanding issues in a spirit of brotherhood. "
The Prime Minister explained that "our visit to the State of Kuwait made us feel that we are today in a new stage is the stage of cooperation and exchange of interests and to build strong relations and developed by abused her the previous regime," noting that "we must live up responsibility and go beyond the previous phase, was found in preparation and seriousness by management of the two countries to achieve that. "
Maliki said that "Iraq now gives massages the most important at the level of his foreign policy and the pursuit of stability and building relations of friendship based on common interests and non-interference in domestic affairs, as well as domestic is to go towards the construction and reconstruction and prosperity," calling "Kuwaiti companies and Kuwaiti businessmen to work in Iraq and take advantage of investment opportunities that have become available in the various fields. "
The two sides of Iraq and Kuwait have signed, on Wednesday, the agreement under which the settlement of the Iraqi Airways with Kuwait $ 500 million, will pay, including Iraq $ 300 million in cash to Kuwait, and is investing $ 200 million of other airlines Kuwaiti-Iraqi operation.
It is noteworthy that al-Maliki has presided over during his visit to Kuwait, on Wednesday, and high-level delegation including Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari and financial Rafie al-Issawi and transport Hadi al-Amiri, Human Rights Mohammed Xiaa Sudan, in addition to a number of advisers in the Prime Minister and the Governor of Basra, ending his visit, on Thursday.
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