Mechanisms for activating cooperation in Iraqi-Chinese relations
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2022, Volume 11, Issue issue 40 part 2, Pages 31-65
AbstractThe discussion dealt with activating the mechanisms of Iraqi-Chinese cooperation, based on the many motives that push the two parties to adopt cooperative relations at the strategic level.China always welcomes Iraq to establish long-term relations with it, and this interacts positively with China's project or strategy for the current century called the Belt and Road, and also greatly serves Iraqi interests, if we take into account the great international standing that China has acquired in the current century and is nominated because Leading the world after two decades or more.However, one of the things that will continue to hinder this is the American attempts to abort that, and we have in the late completion of the construction of the Grand Port of Faw a clear indication that there are those who do not want Iraq to develop or develop its international relations with parties that the United States considers competitors.The Iraqi decision-maker is greatly required to go to China to activate the Strategic Framework Agreement that he signed with him, and when I was present at the Security Conference in the Middle East that was held by the Chinese Institute for Studies in cooperation with the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs for the period November 27-28, 2019, the reasons for the delay in the transformation were presented. To the joint cooperation strategy, the Chinese said that we have done so constantly and we hope the Iraqi side will take this decision, and others should understand that we do not compete with them as much as we have development plans directed to friendly countries and that China does not have any ambitions for global domination, as it is still a country that wants growth.So,If the economic side has achieved excellent leaps in the size of the financial return, then we urgently need to expand other forms of cooperation, so we need to open larger commercial attachés, and we also need to strengthen the role of the cultural attaché, which I found very weak during my presence there in 2015, as well as expanding all areas of cooperation.
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