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The importance of connecting economies of Serbia and Iraq

 

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Ivica Dacic, who is on an official visit to the Republic of Iraq, met with representatives of an association of Iraqis who had studied in the SFRY, Secretary General of the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce Abdul Hussein Mubarak and Chairman of the Federation Jaafar Al-Hamdani, and also a delegation of Iraqi entrepreneurs.

Representatives of the student association reminisced in a brief conversation about their university days spent in Belgrade, recalling the significant economic cooperation carried out between the two states in the second half of the 20th century.

Mubarak and Al-Hamdani pointed to the great opportunities available for connecting the two economies and the importance of Serbian companies participating in the upcoming stage of reconstruction and development of Iraq.

In the meeting, Minister Dacic informed the entrepreneurs from the Federation and the student association about the current state of play concerning the economic cooperation between the two countries and also about the areas of cooperation in which the Serbian economy had a potential.


Minister Dacic and Metropolitan Hazim discuss the situation in the Middle East and the Balkans

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic visited today the Metropolitan and Church of St. George where Ghattas Hazim, Orthodox Church Metropolitan of Baghdad, familiarized him with the way of life of a small number of Christian residents in Iraq.

The visit made by Minister Dacic conveyed his full support to the life, work and survival of Christians in the Middle East. Minister Dacic joined a memorial mass on which occasion he and Metropolitan Hazim prayed for peace in the Middle East and the Balkans.


Serbian and Iraqi Foreign Ministers discuss promotion of cooperation in economy, education, culture

First Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Serbia Ivica Dacic had talks today with his host, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Iraq, Ibrahim Al-Jaafari.

Minister Dacic underscored the importance of friendly relations between the two countries as well as the existing prospects for their further promotion. The Head of Serbian diplomacy expressed his full support to the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Republic of Iraq.

Minister Al-Jaafari thanked for the assistance the Republic of Serbia provided to the Republic of Iraq in countering terrorism and for the support extended in the preservation of its territorial integrity, underlining in particular that Serbia could further count on the full support of Iraq concerning the preservation and protection of Serbia's territorial integrity.

The interlocutors agreed on the necessity to develop economic ties, in the coming period, but also cooperation in education and culture and development cooperation, noting also that it was important to encourage parliamentary friendship groups from either country to promote their work as well as to re-launch the activity of the Joint Economic Committee.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Iraq also stressed the importance of Serbian companies taking part in the reconstruction and development of Iraq, referring to the years-long experience dating back to the time of the SFRY and the selfless friendship between Serbia and Iraq.


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