A delegation from the Iraqi Ministry of Interior headed by Lieutenant-General Hamid Abdullah Ibrahim visited state-owned Turkish Defense contractor "ASFAT", the company announced Tuesday.
Within the context of discussions between the two parties on the possibility of cooperation between, ASFAT introduced its services, products and capabilities to the visiting delegation.
This visit is another evidence of the closeness of relations between Iraq and Turkey in many fields. The Iraqi Ministry of Trade announced last month its agreement with its Turkish counterpart to form joint committees to develop economic relations between the two countries.
It is worth noting that the Iraqi Defense Minister Juma Inad also announced last month his country's desire to buy "TB2" armed Bayraktar drones, T129 Atak attack helicopters and other advanced weapons from Turkey.