Abadi and Biden presiding over the Coordinating Committee of the Strategic Framework Agreement meeting

April 17, 2015

Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network (IMN) - held today in Washington, the Supreme Coordinating Committee of the Strategic Framework Agreement between Iraq and the United States of America meeting,

Chaired by the Iraqi side, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi chaired the American side as Vice President Joe Biden.
It was at the meeting discussed a number of files, including those related to economic, financial and energy cooperation, which include oil and electricity.

It was also discuss support for Iraq to rebuild infrastructure, including those related to the liberated areas that have been damaged as a result of terrorism and a number of threads, and other files on the agenda.

The Abadi display in a lecture delivered at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, a summary of developments liberate the land and his vision of a state-building and reforms undertaken in all sectors.

Abadi and display in front of nearly 300 researchers and academic and media efforts on building the capacity of the security forces and armament, training and reconstruction of areas that have been edited and Iraq's relationship with neighboring countries, the region and the world.
They also discussed the economic reforms and financial challenges facing Iraq and the steps taken to encourage investment.

He pointed out that Iraq will triumph and defeat terrorist organizations and that he is still strong, despite the many challenges it faces.
Abadi and show the importance of continuing the international community to support Iraq in its war against terrorism fair.

Also introduced changes in the political side, developments and achievements of the Iraqi government reforms and laws relating to state-building.
Abadi and replied to questions and inquiries regarding the present political and security situation and the results of his visit to Washington and the war against Daash terrorist gangs.