Tishwash: A cleric calls on Trump to protect Iraq money: the government transfers hard currencies to Iran
On Saturday, cleric Hassan al-Musawi called on the United Nations and US President Donald Trump to protect Iraqi money, accusing the government of transferring hard currencies from Iraq to Iran.
Al-Musawi wrote on his account on “Twitter” and followed him “Tomorrow Press”, a message he sent to the United Nations and US President Donald Trump, in which he said, “We appeal to you to put your hand on the central bank and other Iraqi banks, because the resigned Iraqi government intends to transfer Iraqi money
from currencies.” Difficult like the dollar and the euro to Iran under the pretext of protecting it, we ask you to protect our money. ” link
Tishwash: Soon .. Iraqi officials and “high-ranking” Iraqi figures within the US “black list
Washington is preparing to include Iraqi officials and personalities on its list of sanctions worldwide for figures “disturbing public security and human rights.”
“Washington is in the process of including new names for high-ranking Iraqi officials and personalities within the so-called (black list) of America,” said the strategic expert and head of the Center for Political Thinking, Ihsan al-Shammari, in a tweet on his Twitter account. link
Tishwash: Allawi: Iraq is subject to Chapter VI, and the ruling authority should think about the interests of the people
A leader of the National Coalition, Iyad Allawi, affirmed that Iraq is still under the sixth item, indicating that the ruling authority must think about the interests of Iraq and the people first.
Allawi said in a tweet on “Twitter”, that “Iraq and its people should not be the scene of the conflict between the adversaries today, while it faces terrorism and is still under penalty of Chapter VI, and the ruling authority should think about the interests of Iraq and its people first and then the safety of the peoples of the region.”
He added: “America and Iran chose the conflict at the expense of the people of Iraq and the peoples of the region, so Iraq has become a land of conflict where the opponents agreed to confiscate the decision of the Iraqi people when they voted for the Iraqi coalition that won the 2010 elections.” link
Tishwash: Abdul Mahdi’s advisor reveals the size of Iraq’s external and internal debts
The Prime Minister’s Advisor for Financial Affairs, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, revealed, on Saturday, the size of Iraq’s external and internal debt.
Saleh said in a press statement, “The external debt of Iraq is less than 30 billion dollars, and that there is external debt hanging on the Paris Club agreement, which deducted about 80% of debts before 1990, has not been settled.”
He added that “Iraq’s external debt for the pre-1990 phase, amounting to 128 billion dollars, 80% of which was written off under the Paris Club agreement.”
He noted that there are 41 to $ 42 billion related to the Gulf States and some other countries dating back to pre – 1990 debt outside the Paris Club agreement , “noting that it is an outstanding debt resolved through recourse to the Paris Convention as a standard agreement for all of Iraq ‘s debt.
He pointed out “The debt remaining from the Paris Club agreement is less than 9 billion,” he said, adding that “there are new debts that were arranged as a result of the war with the ISIS terrorist gangs, which estimated about 13 billion dollars.”
He pointed out that “the amount remaining for countries inside and outside the Paris Agreement, and for international multilateral financial institutions not subject to the agreement, the Paris Club is estimated at 28 billion dollars.”
He explained that “their payment will be in the form of payments from the year 2020 to the year 2028, each according to its maturity.”
He indicated that “the internal debt of Iraq is estimated at 42 billion dollars for the Central Bank, Rafidain, the TPI, and Al-Rashid.
The Finance Committee in the House of Representatives had revealed, earlier, the payment of more than 20 billion dollars in the volume of external debt incurred by Iraq. link