The Council of Ministers holds its session headed by Al-Sudani and issues several decisions

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Baghdad, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani chaired today, Tuesday, the sixteenth regular session of the Council of Ministers, in which the general situation in the country was discussed, a number of important files were discussed, topics on the agenda were discussed, and decisions and recommendations were taken regarding them.

A statement from the Prime Minister’s Office said: ‘Al-Sudani reviewed the results of his official visit to the United States this month, which produced results that are in the interest of Iraq in terms of economy, politics, security, and regional stability, and in the interest of building bilateral strategic relations, in addition to signing a number of memorandums of understanding and partnership between the public sectors, and the Iraqi private sector on the one hand, and the major leading American companies and financial and banking institutions on the other hand.

Al-Sudani also reviewed, according to the statement: The visit of the Turkish President to Baghdad yesterday, whi
ch witnessed the signing of the bilateral strategic framework agreement, and the signing of 26 joint memorandums of understanding for various institutions between the two countries, which will be reflected in the economic and development partnership, in addition to the quadrilateral understanding that included Iraq, Turkey, Qatar, and the UAE. Regarding the development road project, the investment opportunities it holds, and entering into a new phase of security and economic understandings and in the field of water management and water shares in the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, all of which will push relations forward.

During the session, the Prime Minister directed the Ministers to follow up on the implementation of the memorandums of understanding, and to provide the utmost efforts in order to achieve the highest levels of mutual benefit, for all sectors and activities covered by the memorandums of understanding, in addition to assigning the committees concerned with securing the requirements for success a
nd good implementation of the agreements and understandings signed with the United States and Turkey.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency