Samson: Al-Kazemi heads to Kuwait
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi left this morning, Sunday, the capital, Baghdad, heading to the State of Kuwait at the head of a high-ranking government delegation.
Prior to his departure, the Prime Minister stressed that the visit comes within the government’s efforts; To strengthen cooperation and bilateral relations with various countries, including the State of Kuwait, according to his media office He explained, “The visit will discuss many economic, political, energy, investment and other files, and strengthen them in the interest of the two peoples.”
Al-Kazemi indicated that “Iraq is on a date with early elections, and that the government is committed and determined to hold them on their scheduled date on the tenth of October 2021, and it has prepared all the necessary procedures for fair elections and an appropriate atmosphere to be one of the best democratic practices.” in the country.” LINK
Samson: Al-Kazemi meets the Emir of Kuwait and his Crown Prince, and they discuss developments in the region and the development of trade in the two countries
Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and his accompanying delegation met with the Emir of Kuwait, Nawahed Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, and his Crown Prince, Mishaal Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, at Al-Bayan Palace this afternoon.
The Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) said that “during the meeting, they reviewed the bilateral relations between the two countries and the two brotherly peoples and the common determination to enhance cooperation in various fields and at all levels and ways to develop bilateral trade between the two countries in light of the desire to develop bilateral partnership and play an active role in the field of sustainable development.” and industrial and commercial investment.
The two sides also discussed “the most important issues of common concern and the latest developments in the region.” LINK
Frank26: Common statement – ‘Well we think there’s two exchange rates.‘ NO THERE ISN’T! You ever get a phone call, ‘Hey, my name is so and so I want you to send me your dinars. I can give you up to $15 dollars per every dinar.’ The person on the other end of the phone, oh my goodness, he must be a professor of psychology. He knows that human beings are greedy by nature...How many times did I tell you don’t lose sight of your dinars and I keep telling you that because I knew that these people were calling you...there is no way there are two rates…$15 per dinar? How wide is your greed to believe something like that?