General Ali Al Attab, the Iraqi Defense, Military, Naval and Air Attaché in Washington DC represents the Iraqi Ministry of Defense in the United States under the umbrella of the Embassy of Iraq and is primarily responsible for the representational duties designed to promote strong relations between the Iraqi Ministry of Defense and the Department of Defense in the United States, and to continue to foster close cooperation concerning defense and security arrangements between the two countries. For more information, please contact the Iraqi Military Attaché’s Office in Washington, DC.
Mr. Jasim Husein, the Iraqi Commercial Deputy of Attaché in Washington, DC represents the Iraqi Ministry of Trade in the United States under the umbrella of the Embassy of Iraq. The Commercial Office serves as a critical link between the Republic of Iraq and the United States on matters concerning the expansion of bilateral trade and commerce between the two countries in addition to promoting and facilitating the flow of direct investment into Iraq to contribute to the reconstruction and development of its economy. For more information, please contact the Iraqi Commercial Office or visit the Iraq Commercial Office in Washington, DC website.
Mrs. Tahani Abdulaziz Jaffer, the Iraqi Cultural Attaché in Washington, DC represents the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research in the United States under the umbrella of the Embassy of Iraq. The Cultural Office is responsible for strengthening cooperation and coordination in the field of higher education and scientific research, as well as encouraging investment in education through the establishment of universities and affiliations between Iraqi and American academic institutions. Additionally, the Cultural Office promotes and facilitates training programs, exchanges, and fellowships in various fields including engineering, medicine, information technology, telecommunications, public administration, and strategic planning. For more information, please contact the Iraqi Cultural Office or visit the Iraqi Cultural Office in Washington, DC website.