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The Iraqi prime minister emphasised "the special attention his country attaches to strengthening the areas of economic cooperation with Egypt, so as citizens in both countries could reap the fruits of such cooperation reflected in their lives and standard of living," according to the statement.
We have already started plans and soon we'll reap the fruits of a corruption free, tribeless and transformed country.
The State of Qatar has no doubt that the settlement of the Palestinian issue and the achievement of peace would be in the interest of the Palestinians and the Israelis and would reap the fruits of the region and the world would reap its fruits, she said, adding that Qatar reiterates its support for all efforts to resume the peace process in a way that leads to a just, comprehensive and sustainable solution by the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital, in accordance with the relevant Security Council resolutions and the Arab Peace Initiative.
The poverty-stricken people cannot reap the fruits of independence, unless poverty is rooted out from the whole country.
We are starting to reap the fruits from the seeds we sowed.
The president said Pakistan had been grappling with different challenges during the past 70 years and time had come to reap the fruits of the sacrifices rendered by the state institutions and the people.
The bank had targeted to grow earnings by 50 percent last year as it expected to reap the fruits of an aggressive expansion program that saw its nationwide branch network almost triple in five years to 445, including the distribution channel of its rural bank subsidiary.
BAGHDAD / NINA / The head of the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, Ammar al-Hakim said Iraq is close to reap the fruits of His patience and defeat terrorism.
Shaikh Khalid said will reap the fruits in the near future through the results of these championships by developing riders standards to appear in most plausible levels in internal and external championships.
We defined the year 2015 as the year to reap the fruits of our work, and now four different facilities received approval in various programs, while three others are awaiting the JCI certification," she said.
During the gathering, DFM's Chairman has demonstrated some of the achievements of the past three years, stating that DFM started to reap the fruits of its growth strategy adopted in 2011 which led to quantum leaps in market infrastructure comprehensiveness and the excellence and innovation of its services.
The King added that "we in Jordan recall MandelaaACAOs visit for our country, and his partnership with us for peace and development," adding that "we share his sense of responsibility for a global future where all peoples reap the fruits of peace, away from exclusion, poverty and conflict".