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09-22-2013, 10:17 PM
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Published: 2: 47 PM, September 22, 2013

Baghdad (independent) ... The Commerce Department has examined with an economic delegation from the Brazil economic ties and Iraq's accession to the World Trade Organization.

According to a statement by the Ministry received the independent press agency (IBA). "Director General of the foreign economic relations Department of the Commerce Ministry Hashim Mohammed Hatem, head of the Iraqi delegation met course participant in the Brazilian capital, members of the National Committee on WTO accession with the Brazilian Foreign Ministry adviser and Chief of the Middle East and Africa."

"They discussed the most important issues on the development of relations between Iraq and Brazil at all levels and the efforts made by Iraq in its quest to join the World Trade Organization to obtain full membership."

The statement noted that "the Director General of the foreign economic relations Department of the Ministry of Commerce expressed satisfaction with the Brazilian side to organize this session for members of the National Committee for the purpose of the Brazilian experience in joining the World Trade Organization and the challenges that accompany a join to take advantage of this experience and the ability to bypass the obstacles facing Iraq on accession".

"The Brazilian Foreign Ministry adviser welcomed the visit of the Iraqi delegation, represented by members of the National Committee to Brazil the Brazilian Government's support for Iraq and his tireless efforts to join the World Trade Organization and the willingness to provide all kinds of technical and consultative support needed by National Committee members to facilitate files for accession".

The statement noted that "the 20 members of the National Committee on Iraq's accession to the World Trade Organization participated in specialized training course on the WTO and Brazil join experience held in the capital of Brasilia for the period from 16 to 20 September. (The end)