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Al-Kazemi sends an invitation to the Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait to visit Baghdad
 

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi receives the Kuwaiti Ambassador in Iraq
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The Prime Minister, Mr. Mustafa Al-Kazimi, received today, Sunday, the Ambassador of the State of Kuwait to Iraq, Mr. Salem Ghasab Al-Zamanan.  


During the meeting, they discussed cooperation between the two neighboring countries, strengthening bilateral relations, strengthening joint economic relations, and following up on grants that were previously offered to Iraq during the reconstruction conference hosted by the State of Kuwait in 2018.  

They also discussed the activation of the joint Iraqi-Kuwaiti Higher Ministerial Committee and strengthening its work.  

Al-Kazemi assured the Kuwaiti ambassador that Iraq is keen on building the best ties and means of cooperation with the State of Kuwait in all sectors, in a way that secures the stability of the region and the well-being of its people.  

His Excellency also extended an invitation to the Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, to visit Iraq for more joint cooperation.  

The Media Office of the Prime Minister
December 20-2020  

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Shafaq News / The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, called on his Kuwaiti counterpart, Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, to visit Iraq, stressing more joint cooperation.

 

Al-Kazemi's media office said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, that the latter received, today, the Kuwaiti ambassador to Iraq, Salem Ghasab Al-Zaman, indicating that during the meeting, cooperation between the two neighboring countries was discussed, strengthening bilateral relations, strengthening joint economic relations and following up on grants that had previously been It was presented to Iraq, during the Reconstruction Conference hosted by the State of Kuwait in 2018, and during the meeting they also discussed the activation of the Joint Iraqi-Kuwaiti Higher Ministerial Committee and the strengthening of its work.

Al-Kazemi assured the Kuwaiti ambassador that Iraq is keen to build the best ties and means of cooperation with the State of Kuwait in all sectors, in a way that secures the stability of the region and the well-being of its people.

According to the statement, Al-Kazemi invited the Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, to visit Iraq for more joint cooperation.

And the Iraqi Foreign Minister, Fuad Hussein, had earlier called for the formation of a committee to follow up on the outcomes of the Kuwait Donor Conference.

Two years have passed since the Kuwait International Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq with the participation of more than seventy countries, which pledged to provide huge sums of money totaling $ 30 billion, as well as investments, reconstruction projects and support for areas devastated by the military operations against ISIS.

Iraqi officials and experts confirm that the vast majority of countries did not fulfill their obligations and commitments at the conference.

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Al-Kazemi discusses with Al-Zamanan the reconstruction conference was granted and invites his Kuwaiti counterpart to visit Iraq
  
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, today, Sunday, received the Kuwaiti ambassador to Iraq, Salem Ghab Al-Zamanan.

A statement of his office, a copy of which was received by the Al Furat News Agency, stated that "during the meeting, cooperation between the two neighboring countries was discussed, strengthening bilateral relations, strengthening joint economic relations, and following up on grants that were previously offered to Iraq during the reconstruction conference hosted by the State of Kuwait in 2018."
He added, "It was also discussed to activate the joint Iraqi-Kuwaiti Higher Ministerial Committee and to enhance its work."
Al-Kazemi assured, "to the Kuwaiti ambassador, Iraq's keenness to build the best ties and means of cooperation with the State of Kuwait in all sectors, in a way that secures the region's stability and the well-being of its people."
The prime minister also extended an invitation to the Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, to visit Iraq for more joint cooperation.
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Al-Kazemi invites his Kuwaiti counterpart to visit Iraq

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The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, discussed today, Sunday, with the Kuwaiti Ambassador to Iraq, Salem Ghasab Al-Zamanan, cooperation between the two countries, while Al-Kazemi invited his Kuwaiti counterpart to visit Iraq.

A statement by Al-Kazemi's office received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA) stated, "The prime minister received Al-Zaman in his office and discussed cooperation between the two neighboring countries, strengthening bilateral relations, strengthening joint economic relations, and following up on grants that were previously offered to Iraq, during the reconstruction conference hosted by the State of Kuwait in 2005." 2018 '.

The statement added, "The activation of the joint Iraqi-Kuwaiti Higher Ministerial Committee was discussed, and the strengthening of its work."

 Al-Kazemi assured the Kuwaiti ambassador, "Iraq's keenness to build better ties and ways of cooperation with the State of Kuwait in all sectors, in a way that secures the stability of the region and the well-being of its people, extending an invitation to the Prime Minister of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, to visit Iraq for more joint cooperation."

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and Kuwaiti Ambassador to Iraq Salem Ghab Al-Zamanan discussed, on Sunday, the activation of the joint higher ministerial committee between the two countries.
The media office of the prime minister said in a statement, "Al-Kazemi received the Kuwaiti ambassador to Iraq, Salem Ghab Al-Zamanan."
The statement added, "The meeting discussed cooperation between the two neighboring countries, strengthening bilateral relations, strengthening joint economic relations, and following up on the grants that were previously offered to Iraq, during the reconstruction conference hosted by the State of Kuwait in 2018."
The two parties discussed, "activating the joint Iraqi-Kuwaiti Higher Ministerial Committee, and enhancing its work."
Al-Kazemi assured the Kuwaiti ambassador, "Iraq's keenness to build the best ties and means of cooperation with the State of Kuwait in all sectors, in a way that secures the stability of the region and the well-being of its people."
And he directed, "an invitation to the Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait, Sheikh Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah, to visit Iraq for more joint cooperation."
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Al-Kazemi is following up with Kuwait the grants offered to Iraq at the Reconstruction Conference

 

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, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazimi, on Sunday (December 20, 2020), invited his Kuwaiti counterpart Sabah Al-Khaled Al-Sabah to visit Iraq "for more joint cooperation" between the two countries.

Al-Kazemi's media office said, in a statement received by  IQ NEWS , that the latter "received, today, the Kuwaiti ambassador to Iraq, Salem Ghab Al-Zamanan, and during the meeting, they discussed cooperation between the two neighboring countries, strengthening bilateral relations, strengthening joint economic relations, and following up on grants that had previously been made." To Iraq, during the Reconstruction Conference hosted by the State of Kuwait in 2018. "


He added that the meeting also witnessed " discussion of activating the joint Iraqi-Kuwaiti Higher Ministerial Committee, and enhancing its work."

He stressed Mustafa Kazemi the  Kuwaiti ambassador, according to the statement, "Iraq 's keenness to build better ties and ways of cooperation with the State of Kuwait in all sectors, so as to ensure the stability of the region and the well - being of their people , " while the face of " an invitation to  the Prime Minister of the State of Kuwait , Sabah Al - Khalid Al- Sabah, to visit Iraq in order More mutual cooperation. "


It is noteworthy that the pledges of the countries that participated in the Kuwait conference for the reconstruction of Iraq (in February 2018) amounted to 30 billion dollars in the form of loans, credit facilities and investments granted to Iraq to help it rebuild what its war against ISIS had destroyed, while Baghdad was hoping to obtain 100 billion Dollars from that conference.

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On Monday, the Government Communication Center in Kuwait announced the closure of borders and the suspension of commercial flights from today until January 1.
The center indicated that commercial flights to and from Kuwait International Airport will be suspended, and the land and sea border crossings will be closed, starting at 11 pm today, and until the end of Friday, January 1, 2021.

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