Karbala, February 22 (Rn) – A spokesman for the Iraqi government said on Wednesday that the outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait need for high-level meetings to resolve it, pointing out that the Iraqi government has a certain vision in supporting the private sector.
Ali al-Dabbagh told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) announced today while attending the special conference rooms Iraqi Trade, held in the city of Karbala that “there are pending issues Bin Iraq and Kuwait need to be intensive meetings and on the levels of diplomatic high between the two countries to solve all at once.”
Dabbagh said that “relations between the two countries as possible to evolve in the future with not only Kuwait but also with other countries.” “We attach great importance too in our relationship with Kuwait and we hope that there will be an approach for all the outstanding issues to be resolved and the payment of relations to develop between us again.”
He noted that “Iraq is very interested in developing relations with the countries of the region and Jawa, R., particularly as we are embarking on an important conference which is holding the Arab summit in Baghdad during the month of March next.” Noting that “the Arab summit will be very important when going through the area of events, in addition to that there are many items that call for Iraq to be in the heart of the event and good relations with its neighbors.”
In another context, Skinner pointed out that “the Iraqi government has a special program to support the private industrial sector through the Chambers of Commerce,” adding that “this support would be through new legislation that will support the private sector and overcome the obstacles in front of this sector.”
However, “as the government pay special attention to the Chambers of Commerce for its role in the organization of business in Iraq and this conference is very important the fact that most Iraqi traders are linked to Chambers of Commerce and are in direct contact with these rooms will benefit the government of recommendations that will emerge from the conference, especially the businessmen consider they the main base for the development in Iraq, “he says.
He said al-Dabbagh said “the Iraqi government can not develop all sectors, and therefore depend heavily on the private sector on the grounds that the New Testament of Iraq depends on political thought and economic private sector and not the state, being an organization of affairs only, and chambers of commerce is one of the arms that reflect the role of the private sector to the government. “