The head of the Sadrist movement's political body, Nassar al-Rubaie, affirmed Iraq's quest to be an attractive factor for investment, while German Ambassador Martin Yeager indicated that the elections were very good and took place with full transparency.
The media office of the Sadrist movement's political body said in a statement, that "the head of the Sadrist movement's political body, Nassar al-Rubaie, received today the German ambassador in Baghdad, Martin Yeager," noting that "a number of issues on the Iraqi arena and the results of the recent elections were discussed." which took place on the 10th of October.
Al-Rubaie stressed, "Iraq has sought to be an attractive factor for investment with sober international companies working to rebuild the country's infrastructure in a manner that serves the interests of the country and the citizen," noting that "the next government is the government to implement the government program and provide services to citizens."
He added, "The government program needs a support on which it is based, which is to fight corruption, and without it, the state cannot be reformed and institution-building," describing corruption as a lesion that devours everything that can be produced, and nothing can be done without eliminating it.
Meanwhile, German Ambassador Martin Yeager expressed his admiration for Muqtada al-Sadr's last tweet, which talked about good-neighborly relations," considering this "a work map and a necessity that everyone should know and work with."
And he indicated that "Germany will deal with every government chosen through the constitutional frameworks," explaining that his country had previously supported Iraq with (3.5) billion euros, and it is in the process of supporting Iraq in the next stage with (300) million euros."