Baghdad (Agencies): The Iraqi government has announced its intention to sign an air transport agreement with Austria. This agreement will include the operation of direct flights between the two countries, marking a significant step in strengthening bilateral ties.

This announcement was made during a meeting between the Iraqi Prime Minister, Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani, and the Austrian Ambassador to Iraq, Andrea Nasi. The meeting focused on the planned air transport agreement and other areas of cooperation between the two countries.

In addition to the air transport agreement, the discussions also touched upon the provision of irrigation sprinklers to Iraq by an Austrian company. This is part of the Iraqi government’s initiative to employ modern irrigation technologies in agriculture, highlighting the country’s commitment to sustainable farming practices.

The two sides also discussed ways to improve cooperation in various areas and strengthen bilateral ties, not only between Iraq and Austria but also with the countries of the European Union.

Prime Minister Al-Sudani emphasized that Iraq aims to establish mutually beneficial, balanced international partnerships that promote regional stability and sustainable growth. He also expressed the Iraqi government’s support for the involvement of Austrian businesses in all infrastructure and construction sectors in Iraq, which are witnessing continuous growth. This move underscores Iraq’s openness to international collaboration and its commitment to economic development.

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