Al-Sudani invites Italian companies to invest in Iraq


On Saturday, Prime Minister Mohammad Shia al-Sudani invited Italian companies to invest in Iraq and stressed that the government had provided a favorable investment environment.

The Prime Minister’s Media Office said in a statement, a copy of which was obtained by Mawzin News, that “Al-Sudani met today, Saturday, with the Italian Ambassador to Iraq, Maurizio Criccanti, to discuss bilateral relations between the two countries.” done and the importance of enhancing cooperation in the field of economy and investment and ways to develop it.”

“In this meeting, the biggest projects in Iraq represented by the development road, the port of Faw, the industrial city, and the residential city were discussed,” the statement added.

Al-Soudani, according to the statement, “called on Italian companies to invest in Iraq, which is witnessing a large-scale investment movement, and the housing sector will play a major role in this, stressing that Whereas the government has provided an enabling environment for investment through which it seeks to reach a state of economic integration with fraternal and friendly countries.”

For his part, Cricanti congratulated Alsudani as the Italian Prime Minister and renewed his invitation to His Excellency to visit Rome, the Italian capital, “in a way that emphasizes the importance of promoting cooperative relations between the two friendly countries.” stressed. which helps to promote the interests of their people.”