The Prime Minister, Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, received today, Thursday, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Jan Lipavsky, and his accompanying delegation.
The media office of the Prime Minister said in a statement, "The meeting witnessed discussions on enhancing bilateral cooperation in the fields of agriculture, energy, health, air transport, and study scholarships, and discussing ways to increase the volume of trade exchange between Iraq and the Czech Republic."
Al-Sudani expressed his welcome to the Minister and the guest delegation, pointing out that Iraq has overcome security difficulties, and that the doors are open to fruitful partnerships with all friends, stressing: "The opportunity is available for Czech companies to contribute to government plans for infrastructure construction and modernization of services."
The Prime Minister referred to the positive positions of the Czech Republic and support for the efforts of the Iraqi security forces in their war on terrorism, as part of the efforts of the International Coalition to Combat Terrorism and the NATO training mission in Iraq, indicating that the government seeks to formulate a new vision between Iraq and the international coalition, based on actual need, and future visions of challenges.
For his part, the Czech Minister affirmed that his country's government welcomes the Iraqi economic steps that enhance stability and sustainable development, praising the future positive direction presented by the Iraqi government, and indicated that a delegation of businessmen and representatives of twenty Czech companies is currently visiting Iraq to discuss opportunities for joint economic cooperation.
Lipavsky extended an official invitation from the Czech President to the Prime Minister to visit the Czech Republic, in order to strengthen and strengthen bilateral relations for the benefit of the two friendly countries.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency