The Czech government on Sunday expressed its willingness to sign agreements in the investment sector and the contribution of its companies to the reconstruction of war-affected areas against ISIS in Iraq.
This came during a meeting of official talks between the two countries led by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi with his Czech counterpart Johlasl Sobotka, according to a statement by the office of Abbadi.
At the beginning of the meeting, Abadi expressed his pride in the historic relations between the two countries and his appreciation for the position of the Czech Republic supporting Iraq in its war against Dahesh and the cooperation in the fields of military, economic, commercial and cultural and aspiring to expand it in other fields.
“We are moving in the right direction in our war against terrorism and we are making great victories against the terrorist,” he said. “The latest is the city of Tal Afar, which is being liberated in high coordination between various Iraqi forces and the cooperation of citizens.”
“The efforts of the Iraqi government are focused on achieving peace and stability for the liberated areas and the return of the displaced,” Abadi said, adding that talks between the Iraqi and Czech sides should lead to positive results for the benefit of the two peoples and brotherly countries.
For his part, the head of the Czech government “congratulations on the victories achieved by the Iraqi forces and the success of the liberation and defeat of ISIS.”
“The government and the people are keen to support Iraq and stand by its side in this war, and this military and security cooperation and training is added to the deep relations and cooperation in economic, health, cultural and social fields,” he said.
The head of the Czech government expressed his country’s desire to expand trade exchange and sign agreements on cooperation in the field of investment and facilitate the participation of Czech companies in the reconstruction process in Iraq.
Sopotka arrived earlier in the day to Iraq on an official visit.


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