Baghdad: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iraq held a session during the ambassador conference on the second day consecutively. This session was part of the series of seminars being organised by the Ministry.
The first session of the conference was chaired by the Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein, and in the presence of the agents of the Ministry, they reviewed bilateral relations of Iraq with its partners and friends, its prospects and ways to enhance its ties in the future.
While addressing the conference Minister stressed the importance of developing and strengthening Iraq’s bilateral relations with foreign countries and highlighted the role of ambassadors and heads of diplomatic missions in building ties that servel Iraq’s interests
Mintser also stressed that being a safe and stable nation at the moment, Baghdad has achieved great success in playing a decisive role among some countries in the region.
The second session of the conference was chaired by the Deputy Minister for Bilateral Relations, Mr Mohammed Hussein Bahr Al-Aloom; he also stressed enhancing the bilateral relations of the country for better opportunities.
The third session was held under the theme of “Infrastructure Projects / Road to Development.” It was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Foreign Minister, Fouad Hussein, and chaired by the Deputy Minister for Bilateral Relations, Mr Mohamed Hussein Bahr Aloom, and discussed the Development Road Project announced by Prime Minister Mr Mohamed Shia’ Sudanani and the importance of the project and its viability from an economic point of view for Iraq,
The fourth dialogue session discussed the development of the trade and industry sectors, expansion of partnerships and trade exchange, chaired by the Ministry’s Deputy for Bilateral Relations, attended by Minister of Industry and Metals, Dr Khaled Batal Al-Najm, Chairman of the Parliamentary Investment and Development Committee, Mr Hasnain Qasim Al-Khafaji, and a representative of the National Investment Authority.
The discussion also covered the impediments and challenges facing the industrial and commercial sectors, as the Minister of Industry reviewed the reality of Iraqi industry before and after 2003.