Netherlands Looking at Ways to Cooperate for the Development of Energy and Agriculture in the Province of Kurdistan
|June 7, 2012||Filled under Iraq Daily News|
Erbil, (Rn) – A government official, a Dutch official, said his country is seeking for cooperation for the development of the energy, oil and agriculture in the province of Kurdistan.
Said Assistant Secretary of the Dutch economy to energy and agriculture sectors, Martin van den Berkh told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the province of Kurdistan is unstable in all areas, Fawdall Msttbh of the political, security and economic, which encourages the Government of the Netherlands to display his desire to provide all Almsaadat possible for the region.”
And pointed out that “the Netherlands has a rich experience in the fields of agriculture, industry, agriculture, and therefore we seek to provide possible assistance of the region of Kurdistan in the sectors of energy, agriculture, and my visit to the region comes as part of strengthening relations between Arbil and Amsterdam in the two sectors.”
He Berkh “we are working to develop our relations with the Kurdistan region in the framework of Iraq, so the days, the future will enhance the economic cooperation between the two countries.”
He pointed out that “there are about 20 Dutch company operating in the Kurdistan region currently, and we will work in the future to encourage companies, traders and Dutch investors to resort to the Kurdistan region to invest because there are jobs and rights of the individual foreign preserved in Kurdistan.”
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