The Minister Of Foreign Affairs Announces Iraq’s Exit From Chapter VII Procedures
Wed, Feb 23 2022 12:11 AM Baghdad / National News Center Today, Tuesday, Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein announced that Iraq has exited the seventh item.
Hussein said in Iraq’s speech at the Security Council session: “Iraq today turns an important page of its history that lasted more than 30 years,” noting that “Iraq seeks to strengthen cooperation frameworks with the international community.” He added that “Iraq paid 52.4 billion US dollars in compensation to Kuwait.”
He explained that “Iraq is no longer required to pay any additional amounts in the future as compensation or deal with Chapter VII procedures.” https://nnciraq.com/114322/
A “Significant” Drop In The Central Bank’s Dollar Sales Today’s Auction
Posted On2022-02-22 By Sotaliraq The rise in the exchange rates of the dollar in Iraq – urgent
The central bank’s dollar sales fell significantly, today, Tuesday, to reach 146 million dollars. And our correspondent stated that the Central Bank witnessed today, during its auction for buying and selling US dollars, a decrease in its sales of dollars by 31.13% to reach 146 million and 264 thousand and 884 US dollars covered by the bank at a base exchange rate of 1460 dinars per dollar, compared to yesterday, Monday, which sales amounted to It has 212 million and 648 thousand and 771 US dollars.
added; Most of the sales were in the form of foreign remittances, which amounted to 123 million and 724 thousand and 884 dollars, while the remaining amount of 22 million and 540 thousand dollars went in cash.
Our correspondent indicated that 23 banks have fulfilled requests to enhance balances abroad, and 14 banks have responded to cash requests, in addition to 119 mediation companies. LINK
Baghdad Calls On Washington To Support The Developing Democracy In Iraq
Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein stressed, during his meeting with members of the US Senate and Representatives, the need to support the developing democracy in Iraq.
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ahmed Al-Sahaf said in a statement, “Minister Fouad Hussein met with a large delegation of US Senators and Representatives and from both parties, headed by Senator Lindsey Graham, in addition to Senator Yanni Shaheen, Chris Van Hollen, Elissa Slotkin, Joe Liberman, and others from Members, on the sidelines of the 58th Munich Security Conference, held in Munich, Germany.
He added, “The talk focused during the meeting on a number of pivotal topics, including the need to support the developing democracy in Iraq, the efforts of political parties and leaders in forming the new Iraqi government, and the importance of supporting the Iraqi government’s role in its foreign policy aimed at creating understandings in the region through dialogues and negotiations and far away.” On violence, in addition to discussing the bilateral relations between the United States and Iraq and their future.
He pointed out that “the Foreign Minister stressed the importance of negotiations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the United States of America and other countries to reach a solution to the Iranian nuclear file, because the tension in their relations will negatively affect the security and political situation in Iraq and the region, indicating that achieving any success in this The framework will positively affect the establishment of the pillars of stability in the region, including Iraq.” https://www.radionawa.com/all-detail.aspx?jimare=28152
Oil Prices Rise To $99 Per Barrel
Economie| 11:48 – 22/02/2022 Follow-up – Mawazine News: Oil prices rose again to reach $99 per barrel, with the escalation of the Ukrainian crisis. And oil prices jumped, this morning, more than two dollars, to a new record in seven years, after Russia ordered the deployment of its forces in two separatist regions in eastern Ukraine, in an escalation of a crisis that Western leaders warned that it could ignite a war.
This came after US and European officials condemned the Russian move, although a US official said that the Russian military action did not yet constitute an invasion that could lead to the imposition of wide-ranging sanctions. Ended 29/N33 LINK
A Former Minister Confirms: The Majority Government Is Going, And The Obstructing Third Will Not Stop It
Tuesday, February 22, 2022 10:50 PM Baghdad / National News Center Today, Tuesday , former Minister Mohsen Al- Shammari confirmed that the Sadrist movement is continuing to form a majority government , noting that the blocking third will not stop it.
Al- Shammari said in a television interview , which was monitored by the “ National News Center,” that “the Sadrist movement is continuing to form a majority government , noting that the “blocking third will not stop it.”
He added that “the framework ‘s delays aim to link the Iraqi file with the Iranian nuclear,” noting that “the framework has already won the prime ministership 4 times, and it is time for the majority to try.”
Regarding the dispute between the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al – Sadr, and former Prime Minister Nuri al – Maliki , he said, “The dispute between al- Sadr and al – Maliki is more than 13 years old and there is no hope of overcoming it.”
He concluded by saying , “The framework has between 60 or 70 seats, and thus is very far from achieving the blocking third,” noting that “the tripartite alliance began in 2018 and will proceed with the implementation of its project over two electoral cycles.” LINK
The UN Security Council Welcomes Iraq’s Payment Of Compensation To Kuwait
Wed, Feb 23 2022 12:01 AM Baghdad / National News Center Today, Tuesday, the member states of the UN Security Council welcomed Iraq’s payment of compensation to Kuwait and the opening of a new chapter in relations between the two countries.
The US delegate said at the launch of the Security Council session on Iraq ending the Kuwaiti compensation file: “Iraq has paid all the dues related to the Kuwaiti compensation, and we appreciate Iraq’s role in ending the compensation file and the work of the Compensation Committee will end.”
While the delegate of France considered Iraq’s payment of all compensation to Kuwait “an unprecedented measure under international law.”
The representative of the Emirates praised “Iraq’s efforts to pay all Kuwaiti compensation,” expressing “his hope” to “end all outstanding issues between Iraq and Kuwait, and our position is firm and is represented in supporting the unity and sovereignty of Iraq and Kuwait.”
The delegate of Mexico promised “Iraq’s payment of compensation to open a new chapter in its history.”
The delegates of India and Gabon welcomed the decision to close the file of compensation incurred by Iraq due to the invasion of Kuwait. LINK
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