Prime Minister Mohammed Shiaa al-Sudani on Sunday called on Indian companies to contribute to investment in Iraq.
“The Sudanese received on Sunday evening the Indian ambassador to Iraq Prashant Bisai, and the Prime Minister expressed the depth of the historical relations between Iraq and India, which retain many participants and opportunities for cooperation in all fields,” the Prime Minister’s Information Office said in a statement received by Mawazin News.
Al-Sudani stressed, according to the statement, that “the government is in the process of implementing strategic quarters, foremost of which is the path of development, calling on Indian companies to contribute to investment in Iraq.”
“The need to benefit from Indian experience in the field of electronic payment and in the construction and operation of hospitals,” he noted.
For his part, Bisai stressed the importance of Iraq in being one of its largest suppliers, represented by India’s import of Iraqi oil with a value of 34 billion dollars during the past year, as well as being the seventh trading partner of India, expressing his country’s companies’ desire to participate in projects in Iraq, foremost of which are health sector projects. it’s over29