Russian economic delegation to visit Baghdad soon to see investment opportunities

Revealed the province of Baghdad, Saturday, visit the imminent arrival of a Russian economic delegation to Baghdad to see investment opportunities in Iraq.

The deputy governor of Baghdad Mohammed al-Shammari said that “a delegation headed by the Prefect of Chelyabinsk accompanied by senior businessmen and factory owners in this Russian region will visit the Iraqi capital soon to see the investment opportunities and to participate in the implementation of strategic projects in Baghdad,” adding that “the visit identified that during the month of December next year 2012. “

He Shammari that “conservative will investment projects in the sectors of housing, tourism, industry, agriculture and other fields that you want Russian companies work out and fit specialization,” noting that “the Russian delegation will brief on some economic facilities and important institutions in Iraq and in which there are projects that can be of Russian companies that are to contribute to its implementation. “

The first deputy governor of Baghdad, Muhammad al-Shammari was signed in 2011 presided over the economic delegation on a visit to Russia with the Provincial Administration of Chelyabinsk in the southern Urals Russian agreement on enhancing cooperation in the fields of economy, construction, reconstruction and investment.

He visited Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, in (the eighth of October 2012), Russia at the head of the delegation of political and economic which he met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev, before heading, in (10 October 2012) to the Czech capital Prague on an official visit which resulted in the signing of contracts in the field of armaments and economic.

It is noteworthy that the diplomatic relations between the Soviet Union and Iraq held on September 9, 1944, and then cut off in January 1955, on the initiative of the Iraqi government, and resumed diplomatic relations on July 19, 1958, has visited Iraq in January 2009 for the first time after 2003 to visit official high-level Russian delegation headed by First Deputy President of the Russian Federation Council, Alexander Torshin.