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H.E. Prime Minister Adil Abd Al-Mahdi receives Republic of South Korea special presidential adviser on Iraq Han Byung-do






June30- 2019

His Excellency Prime Minister Adil Abd Al-Mahdi received this Sunday, Republic of South Korea special presidential adviser on Iraq Han Byung-do and his accompanying delegation which consists of a number of officials and heads of the two mean Parliament block the ruling and the opposition.

His Excellency Prime Minister expressed his thanks to the Korean President and his welcome to the governmental and parliamentary delegation, who is visiting Iraq, His confirmed Iraq's keenness to strengthening the existing relations between the two countries and peoples, exerting joining efforts of development in light of the opportunities of cooperation available in the economic, trade and cultural fields, the importance of benefiting from the Korean's skill and experience, which achieved clear successes and outstanding steps in various fields, Referring to the similar circumstances experienced by countries, Iraq faced many challenges and risks, We look forward to revitalizing the Iraqi economy, And the best investment of natural resources, human resources and manpower to investment in projects in the fields of energy, industry, agriculture, health and others.

The South Korean presidential advisor conveyed his greetings to His Excellency Prime Minister, expressing his satisfaction at the continuation of cooperation, the level reached by the bilateral relations and the desire to develop them for the benefit of the two countries, The Korean presidential advisor said his country is very proud of the Iraqi-Korean relations path, We have come to Baghdad to celebrate together 30 years of its launch and give a strong boost to the future, He said that South Korea is interested in expanding bilateral ties, increasing cooperation, meeting Iraq's needs and making a greater contribution to Korean companies in the construction and reconstruction efforts, Referring to its presence in Iraq and to several existing projects, including the construction of a hospital for children's heart disease at the request of the Iraqi government.

Media Office of the Prime Minister
June – 30 – 2019