Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi will begin a two-day official visit to Saudi Arabia on Wednesday aimed at signing several cooperation agreements between Baghdad and Riyadh in various fields, in addition to discussing developments in the region.
According to the official Saudi Press Agency (SPA), said that Abdul Mahdi heads a high-ranking Iraqi delegation of more than 11 Ministers, 68 government officials and more than 70 private sector businessmen.
The two sides will discuss important bilateral relations and means of enhancing them, and developments in regional and international issues of common interest, and establish strategic relations that serve the interests of Baghdad and Riyadh.
On the sidelines of the visit, there will be the meetings of the Political, Security and Military Committee chaired by the Foreign Ministers of the two countries.
Saudi Arabia is expected to focus on attracting Saudi investments, as Riyadh has all the potential and willingness to support in this regard, in addition to the willingness, readiness and ability of the private sector in Saudi Arabia to achieve this in line with the objectives of Vision of 2030 with the presence of Saudi investments abroad, and to open new horizons of cooperation in various fields, including political, security, economic, development, trade, investment, tourism and cultural, in order to raise bilateral relations to new horizons within a specific action plan agreed upon by both sides. "
Source: National Iraqi News Agency