Baghdad - INA
The Iraqi Federation of Industries participated today, Friday, in the Iraqi-Turkish Forum, which started in the Turkish capital, Istanbul.
The union stated, in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "Ali Abdul Hadi Al-Dakhili, Vice President of the Iraqi Federation of Industries, participated in the Iraqi-Turkish Forum, which started its work today, Friday, in the Turkish city of Istanbul."
Al-Dakhili said, "This conference aims to promote industrial and commercial work and a number of diverse economic sectors between the two countries," noting that "the forum was held in the presence of the Turkish Minister of Trade, Turkish government institutions and the Turkish private sector."
He added, "The participation of the Iraqi delegation was represented by the Minister of Trade, Alaa Al-Jubouri, and a number of general managers in the ministries, and with the participation of a large number of Iraqi businessmen and traders from various beloved Iraqi provinces," noting that "the participation came strongly in order to create economic understandings that enhance the Iraqi market with The Turkish side is in more than one field and specialization.
Al-Dakhili continued: "We aspire to create joint industrial programs, especially as we are about to open industrial cities in a number of governorates of Iraq, especially the beloved Dhi Qar governorate, which, thanks to God Almighty, has reached the industrial city in which the industrial city has reached a great achievement rate, and we aspire to open the industrial city in the near future, We are working to create a national industry that enhances the Iraqi market and employs the dear Iraqi people from all Iraqi provinces, including graduates and the unemployed.