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Economy News Baghdad:

Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said that Japan will hold a conference this week to help Iraq in its reconstruction.

"I will visit Japan this week to rebuild Iraq, create jobs and invest Japanese experience in this area," Abadi told a news conference attended by the economy news.

"Japan is very willing to participate in the reconstruction of Iraq," he said, adding that "Japan will hold a special conference to help Iraq in its reconstruction this week and we will participate."


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Editorial Date: 2018/4/2 8:54 • 331 times read
Abadi visits Japan
[Ayna-Baghdad] 
Prime Minister Haider Abadi plans to visit Japan this week.
"As part of our approach to reconstruction and investment, we will visit Japan this week at the invitation of its government to affirm partnership, cooperation and job creation for Iraqis," Abadi said at a press conference Sunday. 
"There is great Japanese enthusiasm in terms of job opportunities for their vast experience in this field and we look forward to making our visit to Japan a success," he said.
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Abadi: The real danger is the existence of a 'populist' in Syria

   
 

 
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 BAGHDAD / Al-Sabah: 
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi threatened to pursue the voters' manipulations, pointing out that the sale or purchase of the voter's card represents a "crime" of up to 15 years, while stressing Iraq's move to pursue terrorism in the region, Political and media gangs, "Dahesh" pointing out that the real danger of terrorism now lies in the presence of gangs "advocated" on Syrian territory.
The prime minister, who will be on an official visit this week to Japan to partner with reconstruction and investment projects and create new jobs, said the government's focus now is on the national effort to provide services instead of contracting and spending huge sums. This comes at a time when the Council of Ministers, during its meeting with the members of the Board of Commissioners, the directors of the IHEC offices, discussed the mechanism for the distribution of voter cards and the needs of the Commission, while the five-year national development plan  
(2018-2022).
"Terrorism continues to spread over the ground and has political and media ramifications. There are some media extensions that increase terrorist operations because they are infiltrated by terrorism," Abadi said during his weekly press conference. Warning that "the infiltration of terrorism into key media organizations has become a bokeh for Daish, since there is no service to terrorism any more."
The prime minister pointed out that "the real danger is the presence of a preacher in Syria, and we heard that he was eliminated there, but it is false news, as the Da'ash gangs still have positions inside Syria," referring to "the move to fight terrorism in Syria, In this context". "The prime minister called on all citizens to quickly receive their electoral cards and not allow the manipulators to show that he issued an order to prosecute the voters' manipulators. The sale or purchase of the ballot is a crime," he said. Where for 15 years. "
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Alsumaria News / Baghdad
revealed close to Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , Tuesday, details of the visit to Japan Abadi and files that would be considered. 

Ihsan al-Shammari said in an interview with Alsumaria News that "the reasons for the choice of Prime Minister Haider Abadi Japan to visit it comes within the framework of a new vision is a trend towards the major Asian countries, including Japan," noting that "Japan is one of the successful countries at all levels of political, economic and scientific "He said.

 

 


"Japan has not indicated that it has engaged in the polar conflict in the world or in the Middle East, and this is consistent with the policy of neutrality adopted by Iraq and the approach of Abadi, " Shammari said , adding that "Japan has important political and economic relations with most of the world, . 

He added that "the visit comes to see closely the Japanese experience and the twin attempt between the two countries, especially since there is a great similarity between the tragedy of Iraq and Japan after the experience of wars."

Al-Shammari said that the visit will take a few days, during which Abadi will discuss the development of bilateral relations, the economic file, especially in the field of industrial cities and investment, and encourage major Japanese companies to enter as a major shareholder in the field of investment. As well as Japan's contribution to the reconstruction of Iraq, "he said. 

The Al - Shammari said that "Abadi will meet with many officials there , including Japanese Prime Minister, as well as heads of industrial investment and technology major companies , " explaining that he "will attend the opening session of the Tokyo conference to support job creation and vocational training to facilitate the reduction of armaments in the Iraqi society."

Japanese Ambassador to Baghdad Fumio Iwai announced Tuesday that Prime Minister Haider Abadi will visit Japan on Wednesday to attend an economic conference to improve security in the country.

 
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Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi heads to Japan

   
 

 
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04/4/2018 12:00 am 

BAGHDAD - Following the morning 
, Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi headed to Japan at the head of a government delegation.

The visit aims to enhance bilateral cooperation in various fields, open investment horizons for Japanese companies and attend the Tokyo conference on supporting job creation, vocational training and reducing the circulation of arms in Iraqi society.

The Prime Minister will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Haidar Abadi, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and other Japanese officials and companies.

The visit is a continuation of the government's efforts to strengthen Iraq's relations with the world and the international community after the government started the stage of construction and reconstruction and the entry of international investment companies to Iraq, which will be reflected positively on the country and citizens through the provision of employment and development of various sectors.

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Abadi discusses in Japan the establishment of laboratories for the manufacture of cars inside Iraq

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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Wednesday discussed with President Sumitomo Trading Co Kony Haro Nakamura the establishment of factories to manufacture cars inside Iraq.

"Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi received at his residence in the Japanese capital Tokyo the chairman of Sumitomo Trading Company Kony Haru Nakamura and his accompanying delegation," a statement from the Abadi office said.

The statement added that "during the meeting discussed the company's many projects in Iraq, including the establishment of laboratories for the manufacture of cars inside Iraq and provide after-sales services," noting that "these projects will provide employment opportunities for Iraqi citizens."

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi arrived here Wednesday on a state visit to Tokyo. Ending / 25 g

http://www.almaalomah.com/2018/04/04/297396/

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Search Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, Wednesday, with the company "Sumitomo" Japanese establishment of plants for the manufacture of cars inside Iraq , and provide after - sales services. 

"The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi received at his residence in the Japanese capital Tokyo, Chairman of Sumitomo Trading Company Kony Haru Nakamura and his accompanying delegation," the press office of Abadi said in a statement received by Alsumaria News.

 

 
 


The statement added that "during the meeting discussed the company's many projects in Iraq, including the establishment of laboratories for the manufacture of cars inside Iraq and provide after-sales services, and these projects will provide employment opportunities for Iraqi citizens." 

Prime Minister Haider Abadi arrived Wednesday morning in the Japanese capital Tokyo for a two-day official visit.

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Date of release: 2018/4/4 11:13 • 130 times read
Abadi arrives in the Japanese capital Tokyo

(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Haider Abadi arrived in Japan at the head of a government delegation.
 

"The visit is aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation in various fields, opening up investment horizons for Japanese companies and attending the Tokyo conference on supporting job creation, vocational training and reducing the circulation of arms in Iraqi society," the statement said. 

"The prime minister will meet with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and other Japanese officials and companies," he said. 

"The visit comes to strengthen Iraq's relations with the world and the international community after the government started the stage of construction and reconstruction and the entry of international investment companies to Iraq, which will be reflected positively on the country and citizens through the provision of employment and development of various sectors."

 
 
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BAGHDAD / 

Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi on Wednesday discussed with Japan's foreign trade organization Jitro the projects needed by Iraq in various sectors, while stressing the desire of Japanese companies to invest in Iraq.

Al-Abbadi's press office said in a press statement that the latter received at his residence in the Japanese capital Tokyo the delegation of the Japanese Foreign Trade Organization (JETRO) headed by its director Hiro Yuki Ishid. 

He pointed out that "during the meeting discussed the entry of Japanese companies to work in Iraq and the implementation of projects in all areas." 

He pointed out that the head of the delegation "confirmed the desire of Japanese companies to invest in Iraq and its intention to visit Iraq soon to see these projects." 

"The organization has the desire to expand its office in Iraq after the security situation has stabilized," he said, adding that they would encourage their companies to work in Iraq. 

While Abadi stressed "

He added that "there are Japanese companies in Iraq, including the company that works in the water of Basra and it is important to continue the work of Japanese companies that have considerable experience in many sectors."
 
Earlier in the day, the media office of Prime Minister Haider Abadi announced his arrival in the Japanese capital Tokyo to promote bilateral cooperation in various fields. 

"Prime Minister Haider Abadi arrives in the Japanese capital of Tokyo," the office said in a very brief press release. 

On Tuesday evening, Abadi headed to Japan at the head of a high-level government delegation to attend the Tokyo conference on support for employment and vocational training. 

The aim of the visit is to "enhance bilateral cooperation in various fields, open investment horizons for Japanese companies and attend a Tokyo conference on supporting job creation, vocational training and reducing the circulation of arms in Iraqi society," the press office said in a press release. 

He pointed out that Abadi "

He added that the visit represents a continuation of the government's efforts to strengthen Iraq's relations with the world and the international community after the government started the stage of construction and reconstruction and the entry of international investment companies to Iraq, which will be reflected positively on the country and citizens through the provision of employment and development of various sectors.
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Date of release: 2018/4/4 15:07 • 125 times read
Mitsubishi Company is ready to invest in Iraq
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Mitsubishi company expressed its readiness to invest in the field of power generation, refineries and gas and harnessing the company's capabilities to work in Iraq.
A statement from the office of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, the agency received the {Euphrates News} copy of it today that "Abadi received at his residence in Tokyo, President Mitsipishi Hitachi, and the president of the company is ready to support Iraq in the reconstruction and many projects in the country." 
He added, "During the meeting was discussed the rehabilitation of the power plant in Al-Haritha in Basra and the possibility of expansion to provide electricity to the people of Basra."
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Editorial Date: 2018/4/4 14:34 • 41 times scheduled
Ebadi is looking with the head of a trading company in Tokyo to set up car manufacturing plants in Iraq
[Ayna-Baghdad] 
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi discussed with the head of a trading company in the Japanese capital Tokyo the establishment of factories for the manufacture of cars in Iraq.
"Abadi received at his residence in the Japanese capital Tokyo the chairman of Sumitomo Trading Company Kony Haru Nakamura and his accompanying delegation," a statement from his office said. 
He added, "During the meeting discussed the company's many projects in Iraq, including the establishment of laboratories for the manufacture of cars inside Iraq and provide after-sales services, and these projects will provide employment opportunities for Iraqi citizens."
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This is all well and good, but he needs to get  back to Baghdad and address the problems he has there. No one is going to invest in Iraq until they pass the laws needed, have value to their currency and it is internationally tradeable. :angry:

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16 hours ago, juliebug said:

This is all well and good, but he needs to get back to Baghdad and address the problems he has there. No one is going to invest in Iraq until they pass the laws needed, have value to their currency and it is internationally tradeable. :angry:

 

DAMN STRAIGHT !!!!! :tiphat:

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Why GDP and automotive industry growth are related

By Henry KallstromFeb 5, 2015 | 10:41 AM 

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Economic connection

There’s a direct correlation between the size of a country’s gross domestic product, or GDP, and its automotive industry. GDP accounts for the consumption, investments, net exports, and government spending during a given time period.

 

 

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Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi began a round of meetings with Japanese companies during his visit to Tokyo.
He arrived in Japan on a visit to Japan on a visit aimed at boosting bilateral cooperation in various fields, opening investment horizons for Japanese companies and attending the Tokyo conference on supporting job creation, vocational training and reducing the circulation of weapons in Iraqi society. According to his office.
Abadi began his round of meetings by meeting with Sumitomo Corporation President Kony Haru Nakamura and his delegation.
During the meeting, the company discussed several projects in Iraq, including the establishment of factories for the manufacture of cars inside Iraq and the provision of after-sales services, and these projects will provide employment opportunities for Iraqi citizens. According to a statement by the Office of Abadi.
Abadi also met with the delegation of Japan’s Foreign Trade Organization (JETRO), headed by its director Hiro Yuki Ishid.
The meeting discussed the entry of Japanese companies to work in Iraq and the implementation of projects in all fields. He stressed the presence of Japanese companies to invest in Iraq and its intention to visit Iraq soon to see these projects.
He added that the organization has the desire to expand its office in Iraq after the stability of the security situation, indicating that they will encourage their companies to work in Iraq, according to the statement.
While Abadi stressed the importance of cooperation with Japanese companies after the transition of Iraq to the stage of construction and reconstruction.
He added that there are Japanese companies in Iraq, including the company that works in the water of Basra and it is important that the work of Japanese companies that have great experience in many sectors continued.
Abadi also met with the chairman of Toyo Engineering Corporation, Hariu Nadamatsu, and his accompanying delegation.
And discussed with the company’s delegation the associated gas investment and find imports of the state instead of burning it.
Where the delegation expressed readiness to “big” to invest in the field of gas associated with the development of these projects and reduce the amount of waste associated gas.
Abadi met with President of Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Hiro Cassiani and his accompanying delegation.
During the meeting, they discussed the provision of fixed and mobile power stations and construction mechanisms. Four 400 kV power stations will be provided in Maysan, Muthanna, Shatt al-Arab and Shatrah.
Twelve mobile stations (132 kV) will be provided, most of which will be operational before the summer of 2018 to increase electricity production in Iraq.
Abadi met with the chairman of Mitsubishi Hitachi Corporation.
The head of the company expressed his company’s readiness to support Iraq in the field of reconstruction and to carry out many projects in the country.
The meeting discussed the rehabilitation of the power plant in Al-Haritha in Basra and the possibility of expanding it to provide electricity to the people of Basra.
The company expressed its willingness to invest in the field of power generation, refineries and gas and harnessing the company’s capabilities to work in Iraq.

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Abadi is conducting a series of meetings with major Japanese companies

   
 

 
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Expressed great desire to work and invest in Iraq

Baghdad / Al-Sabah
Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi has invested his first day in his current visit to Japan, which arrived on Wednesday at the head of a government delegation. He held a series of meetings with major Japanese companies during which he offered the investment opportunities available in Iraq and the Iraqi government provided guarantees and investment incentives Promising to work in it.
Projects in all fields

Abadi discussed with Japan's foreign trade organization (JETRO), headed by its director, Hiro Yuki Ishid, "the entry of Japanese companies to work in Iraq and carry out projects in all fields." 
Abadi stressed "the importance of cooperation with Japanese companies after the transition of Iraq to the stage of construction and reconstruction, as it won a victory over the free and liberate the entire Iraqi territory and gain citizens by the state," noting that "there are Japanese companies in Iraq, including the company that works in the water of Basra and important Japanese companies with significant experience in many sectors will continue to work. " 
In turn, the head of the delegation of the Japanese Foreign Trade Organization, according to the statement, "there is a desire of Japanese companies to invest in Iraq and its intention to visit Iraq soon to see these projects."
"The organization has the desire to expand its office in Iraq after the security situation has stabilized," he said, adding that they would "encourage their companies to work in Iraq." 
The Prime Minister also discussed during his reception at his residence in the Japanese capital Tokyo, Chairman of Sumitomo Trading Company, Kony Haro Nakamura and his accompanying delegation, "the company's many projects in Iraq, including the establishment of factories for the manufacture of cars inside Iraq and after-sales services," noting that "These projects will provide jobs for Iraqi citizens." 
In the same context, the Prime Minister discussed with his Japanese counterpart Toyo Lingenirk Corporation, President of the Toyo-Japan Engineering Corporation, Hariu Nadamatsu, and the accompanying delegation, "to invest the associated gas and to find imports from the country instead of burning it." 
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Mobile power stations 
In the meantime, the statement of the media office of the Prime Minister that Ebadi met with the President of Toyota Tsusho Corbishen, Hiro Cassiani, and the accompanying delegation, and discussed with them "the possibility of providing stations for fixed and mobile electricity, and construction mechanisms," noting that " Providing 4 power stations capacity (400 KV) in the provinces of Maysan, Muthanna, Basra and Dhi Qar. 
"Twelve mobile stations (132 KV) will be provided, most of which will be in operation before the summer of 2018 to increase electricity production in Iraq," the statement added. 
On a related note, Mitsubishi Hitachi, Chairman of Mitsui Obishi said during his meeting with Prime Minister Haider Abadi, "his company is ready to support reconstruction in Iraq and to carry out many projects in the country."
The statement said that "the meeting discussed the rehabilitation of the power plant in Al-Haritha in Basra and the possibility of expanding it to provide electricity to the people of Basra," pointing out that the company also expressed "willingness to invest in the generation of energy and refineries and gas and harnessing its potential to work in Iraq." 
In line with his activities series, he met with Prime Minister and President of the company Japeix Hadechi, Okada and his accompanying delegation. " 
He said the media office said a statement : " During the meeting , to discuss investments in the oil sector, especially in the province of Nasiriyah , and increased to $ 4.5 billion, which will provide jobs for citizens in the province, In addition to the establishment of training centers and development of Iraqi expertise. " Investment incentives



"Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi started a visit to Japan at the official invitation of the Japanese government, headed by a government delegation including foreign ministers, defense ministers, the national security adviser and a number of other officials," said Saad al-Hadithi, spokesman for Prime Minister's Office. Officials of the ministries of construction, housing, labor, social affairs and higher education, "noting that" Abadi will meet senior Japanese officials, headed by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, to discuss ways to expand prospects for joint cooperation between the two countries in various fields and to strengthen ways of coordination in the files of economy and 
investment "He said. 
Al-Hadithi said that "Abadi will hold meetings with representatives of major Japanese companies," adding that "Iraq seeks to benefit from the Japanese experience and experience in the face of the effects and remnants of war and reconstruction and rehabilitation of local communities."
Al-Hadithi said that "Abadi will participate in the work of the Tokyo Conference to support the creation of employment opportunities and rehabilitation of manpower and training and professional development to reduce the militarization of society and reduce the circulation of weapons in Iraqi society," explaining that "this visit falls within the framework of the government's approach to strengthen Iraq's relations with the international community and various Countries of the world". 
Al-Hadithi said that "the visit is gaining importance from the fact that it coincides with the start of Iraq's stage of construction and reconstruction and open the Iraqi market for investment," pointing out that "will be offered investment opportunities available in Iraq to Japanese companies and the provision of the Iraqi government guarantees and incentives for investment to work in Iraq, . 
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi arrived in the Japanese capital Tokyo on Monday for a two-day visit to discuss relations between the two countries in the political, economic and trade fields.

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Japan decides to reduce the level of security risk for the entry of its citizens to Iraq

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Thursday decided to reduce the security risk of Japanese entry into a number of Iraqi provinces, saying Iraq was playing a "very large" role in fighting terrorism.

"Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe presided over the official talks between the Iraqi and Japanese government officials," a statement from Abadi's office said.

"In response to Abadi's offer of security stability, the Japanese prime minister decided to reduce the level of security risk to enter the Japanese in a number of Iraqi provinces, leading to the entry of more Japanese companies to work," the statement added.

"Iraq is an important country in the Middle East and its role is very large in the fight against terrorism and has achieved a great victory," he said, noting that "there are fruitful results for today's meetings and we will continue to support Iraq more."

For his part, Abbadi expressed "Iraq's keenness to have distinguished relations with Japan and that there are many Japanese companies that are currently working in Iraq."

"Iraq is going through a new stage of reconstruction and we hope to have more participation of Japanese companies and we need cooperation in many fields, especially services and job creation," he said. Ending / 25 g

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Economy News _ Baghdad

Prime Minister Haider Abadi of the Japanese capital Tokyo, Thursday, the existence of significant investment opportunities in all Iraqi provinces.

"The number of displaced people has reached five million and we have succeeded in getting half of them back," Abadi said during his meeting with the Iraq Reconstruction Conference in Tokyo. 

Abadi said that "the return of the displaced was voluntary," stressing at the same time to "limit the arms of the state." 

"We are not only fighting for Iraq, we are fighting for humanity," Abadi said. "There are significant investment opportunities in all Iraqi provinces." 


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Thanks Yota...It's gettin' to the point where the next 'visit' by Abadi... to jump-start the promotion of the Iraqi economy...should be in the governor's office of the CBI... 

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3 hours ago, skeetdog said:

Thanks Yota...It's gettin' to the point where the next 'visit' by Abadi... to jump-start the promotion of the Iraqi economy...should be in the governor's office of the CBI... 

Now that is the visit I am talking about.:bravo:

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On 4/4/2018 at 1:48 PM, juliebug said:

This is all well and good, but he needs to get  back to Baghdad and address the problems he has there. No one is going to invest in Iraq until they pass the laws needed, have value to their currency and it is internationally tradeable. :angry:

unfortunately  for us at least, Iraq seems to be running things just fine with their non-international toilet paper currency.....

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Economy News _ Baghdad

Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi announced on Thursday that Iraq and Japan signed two agreements concerning the first completion of the Greater Basrah water project and the reclamation of land between the Euphrates and Tigris in the irrigation sector.

"The Japanese capital Tokyo today witnessed the signing of two agreements between Iraq and Japan, the first of which is the completion of the Greater Basrah water project to provide water to the people of the city of Basra," the statement said. Euphrates and Tigris in the irrigation sector the second phase in the presence of Prime Minister Haider Abadi and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. "

The statement quoted Abe as saying that "Japan will support Iraq in the field of reconstruction as well as the international community," noting that "Iraq's experience in the fight against terrorism and victory over it deserves praise and study."

For his part, Abadi stressed that "Iraq wants to strengthen its relations with countries, including Japan, and we moved to the stage of construction and reconstruction and we will win it, as we have won on a supporter."

"We discussed with Japanese officials the development of sectors, oil, energy, electricity, services, education, industry and others, maximizing the potential of Iraq, and we have shown enthusiasm for Japanese companies to work in Iraq," Abadi said. 


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Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
returned Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , on Friday, to Iraq after the conclusion of his visit to Japan . 

The Prime Minister Haider Abadi returns to the homeland after the conclusion of his visit to Japan," the press office of Abadi said in a statement received by Alsumaria News. 

On Wednesday, April 4, 2018, Abadi started an official visit to Japan where he met several Japanese officials. The visit witnessed the signing of two agreements between Iraq and Japan on completion of the Greater Basrah Water Project and the reclamation of land between the Euphrates and Tigris rivers in the irrigation sector.

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