The minister of planning/ acting Minister of Trade, Dr. Salman Al-Jameeli, called the Australian Government to provide more support to Iraq to enable it to the operations of the reconstruction and development in the liberated areas, at the same time, he praised the size of joint cooperation between the two countries in the economic, trade and investment as Australia's support for Iraq in the fight against terrorism and assistance to displaced persons and provide stability.
Dr. Al-jameeli met Australian ambassadors to Iraq, Mr. Christopher Langman, and during the meeting, they discussed a number of issues in the framework of the strengthening of the bilateral relations between the two countries.
Dr. Al-jameeli also confirmed that there are no efforts for the signing of an agreement or memorandum of understanding between Iraq and Australia, the processing of the Iraqi market are Australia, Indicating that this topic will be discussed during his visit to Australia later this year. He pointed out that the Iraqi government is counting on the support of the international community in the field of development, revealing that there are large investment opportunities that can be utilized in several areas, including agriculture, infrastructure and other
The Australian Ambassador, Mr. Christopher Langman, his country's readiness to provide all possible support to Iraq in a number of areas, such as agriculture, as well as the willingness of Australian companies to invest in Iraq .. Revealing to the Australian government financial grant to Iraq worth 100 million dollars over the next three years will be allocated to support the displaced and provide stability.