Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani received, this Sunday evening, the Indian Ambassador to Iraq, Prashant Pisai.

The Prime Minister expressed the depth of the historical relations between Iraq and India, which maintain many commonalities and opportunities for cooperation in all fields.

Al-Sudani stressed that the government is in the process of implementing strategic projects, foremost of which is the path of development, calling on Indian companies to contribute by investing in Iraq, noting the need to benefit from Indian experience in the field of electronic payment and in building and operating hospitals.

For his part, Pisai stressed the importance of Iraq in being one of its largest suppliers, represented by India’s import of Iraqi oil worth $34 billion over the past year, in addition to being India’s seventh trading partner, expressing the desire of his country’s companies to participate in projects in Iraq, most notably health sector projects. .

Source: National Iraqi News Agency