Confirmations of major international participation in the summit of reconstruction and economic development of Iraq
Preparations for the International Summit on Investment, Reconstruction and Economic Development of Iraq continue in December with a broad international and domestic presence.
The conference is organized in cooperation between the Fund for the Reconstruction of the Liberated Areas in cooperation with the British Frontier Exchange Company, which specializes in the establishment of international conferences and exhibitions.
The representative of the British company, Ahmed Al-Jader said that “this event comes in very sensitive circumstances, which requires mobilization of efforts and potential to promote the national economy and the reconstruction sector and services, especially after the liberation of Iraq completely from the call for the terrorist and the improvement of security conditions.”
“This summit will provide access to employment opportunities and the best local private banks. The summit will be a conference organized on the sidelines of the Golden Opportunity Exhibition to meet with the world’s largest companies and investors looking to work in Iraq, as well as international organizations that seek to provide support and aid to the country in various fields such as reconstruction, Economic.“
“The presence of the specialized international effort in Baghdad represents a real support for the reconstruction and reconstruction of the liberated areas, which require great effort,” said the head of the reconstruction fund of the affected areas, Mustafa al-Hiti, noting that “the efforts of the Fund in the reconstruction of affected areas through the implementation of projects Mission in these areas, which touch the life of the Iraqi citizen.”
He pointed out that “the presence of international companies in Baghdad is evidence of the ability of participating companies and their desire to work within Iraq, and in turn we will work to provide the appropriate operational environment in cooperation with the concerned parties.” He praised the role of the company organized in attracting international effort. Source