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Al-Kazemi: Iraq Is Keen To Consolidate Its Regional And International Relations
The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, affirmed Iraq’s keenness to consolidate its regional and international relations.
The Prime Minister’s Media Office stated in a statement, “Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received the Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jenin Plasschaert, and during the meeting, the overall political and security situation and its developments were discussed, as well as the progress of cooperation and coordination between Iraq and the United Nations.” and ways to support the programs carried out by the international organization in Iraq.
Al-Kazemi reiterated, during the meeting, “Iraq’s keenness to consolidate its regional and international relations to ensure the strengthening of security and stability in Iraq and the region, and to establish the causes of sustainable development for the benefit of the Iraqi people and the brotherly and friendly peace-loving peoples.”
For her part, Plasschaert confirmed, “the position of the international community in support of Iraq regarding the current challenges, and the importance of adopting dialogue as a way to resolve differences.”
Al-Zamili: We Are Seeking To Legislate A Law That Grants A Percentage Of Oil Imports To The Iraqi People
Today, Sunday, the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Hakim Al-Zamili, announced efforts to legislate a law that grants a percentage of oil imports to the Iraqi people.
And his media office stated in a statement, “Al-Zamili chaired a meeting with senior advisers to the House of Representatives, and directed to expedite the preparation of a comprehensive strategy for the legislative and oversight policy for this parliamentary session, and to form a committee to follow up the implementation and activation of the government’s suspended laws.”
Al-Zamili stressed, according to the statement, that “the current session will focus on legislating laws that serve citizens,” expressing his quest “to legislate a law to deduct a percentage of oil imports and grant it to the unemployed, unemployed graduates, patients and people with special needs, as the first law to be voted on in this The session, as well as other important laws related to unemployment, revitalizing industry and national agriculture, and controlling border crossings.
He pointed out that “the formation of a committee to combat narcotics and psychotropic substances, amending its law, finding effective solutions to prevent their spread and trafficking, and establishing healthy and practical mechanisms to treat addicts.” https://www.radionawa.com/all-detail.aspx?jimare=27797
Economist To / Nina /: Investment In Iraq Has Made Little Progress.. And What Is Required Is To Reformulate Its Law
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Baghdad / NINA / – The expert in economic affairs, Malaz Al-Amin, confirmed: “The investment environment in Iraq needs to reformulate the investment law and stabilize the security situation.”
Al-Amin said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: “Investment in Iraq has achieved only simple progress despite the media support for it as well as the government, and the reason is related to the reality of the country and the laws related to investment,” noting: “The reality of Iraq is relatively unstable from the security and political sides.” It puts huge barriers to capital.”
He added: ” He continued: “The investment law has loopholes that make capital avoid entering the country, which requires reformulating the investment law and benefiting from the owners of capital to amend the required paragraphs in a way that preserves their money and projects for them, as well as competition in the implementation of new projects.” https://ninanews.com/Website/News/Details?key=953443
Dollar Exchange Rates In Local Markets Today
Market Economy News _ Baghdad Today, Sunday, the dollar exchange rates witnessed stability in the local markets. And the selling prices of the dollar were 148,000 dinars per 100 dollars, while the purchase prices of the dollar were 147.750 dinars per 100 dollars.
And the Central Bank of Iraq decided earlier to adjust the exchange rate of the dollar against the Iraqi dinar, as the purchase price of the dollar from the Ministry of Finance amounted to 1450 dinars, while the price of selling it to banks was set at 1460 dinars per dollar, while the selling price to the citizen is 1470 dinars per dollar.
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After A Break Of Half A Century, Baghdad Hosts The International Conference Of “Fao”
Economic 01/30/2022 | 11:12 AM The Information/Baghdad… The capital, Baghdad, is preparing to host and organize a conference of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations “FAO” next February, after an absence of nearly 54 years since the last conference organized by a country in the region.
The Permanent Representative of the Republic of Iraq to the United Nations agencies in Rome, Safia Al-Suhail, said in a statement reported by the newspaper “Al-Sabah” and seen by “The Information”, that “the tripartite meeting, which was organized through an electronic circuit, reviewed all the necessary preparations for organizing the 36th conference of (FAO) in the capital, Baghdad.
The Minister of Agriculture also expressed Iraq’s interest in hosting this international conference in the capital, Baghdad, after an absence of 54 years since its last organization in one of the countries of the region.
Al-Suhail added, “The Minister of Agriculture conveyed the keenness of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and the relevant ministries to provide all facilities and support to achieve a distinguished hosting, and during the meeting, the participation of countries, dignitaries, UN officials, international organizations and civil society organizations were discussed.” https://almaalomah.me/2022/01/30/579478/
The Iraqi Army Ranks 34th Among The World’s Armies
Sweetened Yesterday, 13:52 Today, Sunday, the Ministry of Defense announced that the Iraqi army ranked 34th among the armies of the world.
A ministry statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), stated that “based on the report published by the American (Global Firepower) website, which specializes in classifying the armies in the world according to strength, the Iraqi army ranked thirty-fourth for the year 2022 among the most powerful armies in the world,” noting , that “the Iraqi army advanced by 23 ranks after it was ranked fifty-seventh in the 2021 classification.”
The statement added, “The Iraqi army has advanced over the armies of the Arab countries (the UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman and Bahrain), noting that “this classification comes based on 50 factors to determine this classification, which includes military, financial, logistical and other strengths to determine improvement, decline or stability in These annual armies.” https://www.ina.iq/147645–34-.html
Economist: Investment In Iraq Has Made Little Progress.. And What Is Required Is To Reformulate Its Law
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Baghdad / NINA / – The expert in economic affairs, Malath Al-Amin, confirmed: “The investment environment in Iraq needs to reformulate the investment law and stabilize the security situation.”
Al-Amin said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: “Investment in Iraq has achieved only simple progress despite the media support for it as well as the government, and the reason is related to the reality of the country and the laws related to investment,” noting:
“The reality of Iraq is relatively unstable from the security and political sides and put huge barriers to capital.
He added: “The owners of capital put their money into projects that they expect will generate appropriate profits for them after years.
At the same time, their money will build productive and housing projects and provide job opportunities for the unemployed.
If the security and political situation is unstable, the future of the investment project will be unknown and fraught with risks.””.
He continued: “The investment law has loopholes that make capital avoid entering the country,
which requires reformulating the investment law and benefiting from the owners of capital to amend the required paragraphs in a way that preserves their money and projects for them, as well as competition in the implementation of new projects https://ninanews.com/Website/News/Details?key=953454
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