Baghdad - INA
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, confirmed today, Tuesday, that the government has made remarkable progress in the file of support for stabilization efforts in the liberated areas.
A statement of the General Secretariat received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA) stated that "Al-Ghazi received the non-resident ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway in Iraq, Tun Elizabeth Beckyfulled Aliers."
According to the statement, Al-Ghazi praised the "positive and supportive stances presented by the Norwegian government towards the government and people of Iraq, as well as the fruitful cooperation in support of stabilization efforts in the liberated areas, through the United Nations Development Program."
He emphasized that "the Iraqi government and the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers have made positive and remarkable progress in the file of support for stabilization efforts in the liberated areas, and the tendency to permanently close the file of the displaced according to the drawn plans, by rehabilitating the infrastructure and implementing health and educational projects, in coordination with the relevant official authorities and donor countries." ".
He declared, "Iraq welcomes the Norwegian government's desire to establish projects and open prospects for economic cooperation in a number of Iraqi provinces, expressing the Iraqi government's desire to open a permanent headquarters for the Norwegian embassy in Baghdad."