Baghdad - INA - Nassar Al-Hajj
The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers confirmed today, Friday, that many countries have expressed their desire to invest in Iraq, while indicating that the government calls for bypassing bureaucracy and attracting investors.
A spokesman for the Cabinet Secretariat, Haider Majid, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the government encourages investment and calls for bypassing bureaucracy and attracting investors."
Majid added, "The government confirmed more than once, through the visits made by the Prime Minister and the ministerial delegation accompanying him to Arab and European countries, and during his reception of Arab and foreign officials in Iraq, that the doors of Iraq are open for investment, participation and active contribution to the reconstruction of Iraq in all sectors." .
He stressed, "There are many countries that have expressed their desire to invest in Iraq, in addition to the continuous and repeated assurances by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers to the ambassadors of Arab and foreign countries during his reception of them, that the doors of Iraq are open to them and that the land of Iraq is fertile for investment."