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1 China Ready to Forgive on Wed Feb 23, 2011 4:00 pm

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February 23 2011

Chinese : We are ready to complete the requirements to lift international sanctions

The Republic of China People's desire to develop mutual relations with
the Republic of Iraq and its continued strong support for the completion
of the requirements to lift the sanctions imposed on Iraq under UN
Security Council resolutions, and enhanced cooperation at all levels of
political, economic, commercial, cultural, popular and which would rise
to relations between the two countries.

This came during a meeting with President Jalal Talabani at the Peace
Palace in Baghdad on Wednesday, a Chinese government delegation headed
by Deputy Foreign Minister, Jay Jones, who conveyed the greetings of
Chinese President Hu Jintao and his congratulations to His Excellency
the President on the occasion of his re-election as President of the
Republic.

Talabani stressed the importance of China as a great ancient civilization in the past as it is a great day.

He praised the level of development and the ongoing cooperation between
the two countries in all fields, stressing the importance of improving
relations and to serve the goals and common aspirations of both peoples,

President Talabani also expressed his thanks for China's support of Iraq
in international forums, particularly regarding the lifting of
international sanctions that were imposed on Iraq after Saddam's
invasion of Kuwait, also noted the positive state-friendly towards Arab
issues, especially the Palestinian cause,

He also pointed out that relations between Iraq in particular and across
the Arab countries along with China by the second relationship is in
constant evolution, noting that this was encouraged that the enhanced
cooperation and evolve to serve the common goals of cooperation between
the peoples on the basis of independence and non-interference in the
affairs of so as to enhance internal and lasting peace in the world.

The Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of China do not have the
slightest doubt that we have at the Peace Palace dear friend is keen to
develop relations between the two countries ", and noted in this regard
to the visit by President Jalal Talabani to the People's Republic in
2007, saying:" This visit was a historic and opened new in the history
of Iraq-China relations. "

He commended Jay John on the political development of the country has
experienced and which culminated in the formation of a government of
national partnership and strengthen the efforts of reconciliation and
reconstruction process, explaining that "These developments are
important in the course of the ongoing political process in Iraq, which
is what makes us happy and wishful thinking that Iraq is investigating
other achievements are the largest and greatest".

As Deputy Foreign Minister of China China seeks to promote the work of
Chinese companies in the oil and electricity projects, construction and
reconstruction under way in Iraq, and also continue to train Iraqi
cadres in the various disciplines and increase scholarships for Iraqis .

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2 Re: China Ready to Forgive on Thu Feb 24, 2011 8:10 am

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Amazing...well they have started off with a good partnership...China got the lions share of oil contracts.

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