Baghdad The Greek Ambassador, Leo Nidas Konto Funicius, announced that the Greek Prime Minister will visit Iraq next July at the invitation of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi.
A statement by the Federation of Chambers of Commerce quoted the Ambassador as saying during his visit to the Federation and his meeting with its Chairman, Abdul Razzaq Al-Zuhairi, that: His visit today is to prepare for the visit of a large Greek economic delegation that includes elite businessmen, accompanied by the Prime Minister of Greece, who will be a guest of Iraq at the invitation of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi within next month of July.
He added that the meeting was a fruitful and successful one, and they are fully prepared and cooperate in strengthening trade relations between the two countries and creating a fertile ground for discussing the files of trade cooperation and the exchange of goods and merchandise.
For his part, Al-Zuhairi said that the Ambassador’s visit is to prepare for the visit of the Greek Prime Minister to Iraq and to the next major economic forum, which will include more than forty Greek businessmen. It is new with us and that Iraq is a country rich in human resources and economic potential.
He expressed his hope that the well-known European countries will have a desire to invest and work and convey the positive and bright image of Iraq instead of the blurry image. He indicated that our role as the Federation of Chambers of Commerce is to strive to maintain and strengthen the momentum of these relations.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency