Baghdad and London agree to cooperation in political, economic and commercial
Saturday, 15 September 2012 15: 08
Baghdad/Orr news: Baghdad and London agreed to strengthen cooperation in the political, economic and trade, at the time of announcing the British Embassy near the granting of visas (Visa) for Iraqis who want to visit the United Kingdom.
It was received by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki at his Office in Baghdad's first official British Foreign Secretary William Hague; they discussed development of relations between the two countries and developments in the region, particularly the crisis in Syria.
The Prime Minister expressed Iraq's desire to develop bilateral relations in various fields, political, economic, trade, confidence and the ability of the Iraqi British companies, calling for a more effective contribution to the reconstruction of Iraq.
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For his part, British Foreign Secretary is willing to develop relations with Iraq, noting that his visit to Baghdad aimed at sending such letter and urged British companies to step up its activity in the Iraqi market.
Haig said that there was a huge companies you want to work in Iraq as building hospitals, hotels and companies rose Reyes and others, that the British Government was working to encourage these companies to work in Iraq, the British Embassy in Baghdad will give visas to Iraqis wishing to visit Britain.
Haig said he had agreed with the Iraqi Government to set up a joint Commission between the two countries to promote business and economic centre, near the opening in Baghdad to get British visas for Iraqis and businessmen to visit the United Kingdom.
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