Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh said Iran is ready to expand relations with Iraq, especially in reconstruction of the war-stricken city of Mosul.
Speaking in the ceremony of signing cooperation documents with Ministry of Industry and Minerals of Iraq in Tehran on Sunday, Nematzadeh said Iran has a good experience in creating industrial towns and is ready to construct them in Iraq and provide equipment in places where the Iraqi government intends.
Nematzadeh added that Iraq is in dire need of reconstruction and development, especially in engineering and construction and Iran is ready to help Iraq in housing, road building, water and power provision, sea harbors, public welfare centers, etc.
I'm sure that Iraq is determined to reconstruct the war-torn cities, like Mosul, and we are willingly ready to help and Iraq can count on Iran to develop economic activities.
Source: Nam News Network