Baghdad (IP) - Iran's Ambassador to Baghdad Mohammad-Kazem Al-e-Sadeq and the Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Planning Muhammed Ali Tamim, exchanged views on diverse issues including energy cooperation.

Iran PressMiddle East: In a meeting held in Baghdad on Monday, the two sides discussed the continuation of Iran’s gas and electricity exports to Iraq, the formation of joint inspection companies, IT and e-government, Iraq’s overdue debts to Iran and finding a mechanism for settlement of these debts and compensating the damages to Iranian technical and engineering companies. 

the Iranian envoy voiced Tehran’s readiness for launching new power plant projects in Iraq and eagerness to share experiences on the efficient use of water resources and establishing an independent internet network.

Al-e-Sadeq also called for further cooperation between Tehran and Baghdad to implement the TIR Convention in bilateral transport.   


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