Iraq and Qatar sign Joint Statement

On the evening of June 15, local time, during the visit of Qatari Emir Tamim to Iraq, the governments of Iraq and Qatar formally signed the Joint Statement of Intent and a number of memoranda of understanding in the fields of trade and energy.

On the evening of the 15th, Iraqi Prime Minister Sudani and Tamim led representatives of the two countries to hold expanded talks and start consultations on the signing of cooperation documents in the fields of energy, transportation, investment, and information security.

According to a statement from the Iraqi Prime Minister’s Media Office, Iraq will strengthen political and security consultations with Qatar and plans to form a special team to follow up on joint projects with Qatar, aiming to improve economic and investment cooperation with Qatar in energy and other fields.

Sudani revealed at the meeting that Iraq will hold the “Economic Integration and Regional Stability Conference” at the end of this year, reaffirming the establishment of “a successful economy” among Arab countries and countries in the region. According to the memorandum of understanding signed on the same day, Iraq and Qatar plan to cancel the entry visa requirement for holders of diplomatic passports.

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