Iraqi premier to attend inking of 13 agreements in Riyadh after two weeks — ambassador

Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi

Riyadh ( – Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi will visit Saudi Arabia after two weeks to attend the signing of 13 agreements between the two countries, the Iraqi ambassador in Riyadh said.

Speaking to Baghdad Today on Tuesday, Qahtan Taha said such deals will help “develop and reinforce relations between the two brotherly countries,” adding that three of these agreements focus on boosting cooperation between Baghdad and Riyadh in the oil field.

The ambassador further extended thanks to Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud for his initiative to establish a sports city in Baghdad.

“The Iraqi government offered 186 investment opportunities during the second session of the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council, which was held in Baghdad last week,” he noted.

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