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Iraq receives the first installment of the Kuwaiti loan of one billion dollars

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Iraq signs agreement worth KD 23.5 million with Kuwait

07-07-2018 All times are GMT +3
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Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) has signed a loan agreement with Iraq worth 23.5 million Kuwaiti dinars ($ 80 million) to help finance the construction and equipping of schools in Iraq. 

"The agreement is the first after the Kuwait International Conference for the Reconstruction of Iraq, which was held last February," said the director-general of the fund, Abdulwahab Al-Bader, according to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA). 

Al-Bader added that "the loan agreement is in the achievement of the fourth goal of sustainable development goals of good education and comprehensive for all." 

He pointed out that the project aims to contribute to supporting economic and social development in Iraq by raising the educational and vocational level of students in primary and secondary levels by providing students with educational opportunities, providing additional classrooms, building new schools and contributing to reducing the phenomenon of scientific dropout.

He pointed out that 'the project includes the establishment of 73 schools each with 12 to 18 classrooms in 15 provinces in Iraq, including the civil, electrical and health work necessary to establish the buildings management and classrooms and laboratories, as well as providing consultancy services for design and supervision of implementation. 

He added that "with the signing of this agreement, the Fund has provided Iraq with 3 loans, since it has already provided two loans in 1970 and 1971, the total value of about 5.7 million Kuwaiti dinars (18 million dollars), in addition to 4 grants provided by the State of Kuwait with a total value of 85 million dinars ($ 290 million), focused on health, education, housing, and reconstruction of areas affected by terrorist operations.

 

 
 
 

Thanks Yota, nice deal.  

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The state of law warns against waiving three oil wells in favor of Kuwait

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The former deputy of the coalition of the rule of law, high Nassif, warned on Friday of the waiver of three oil wells in favor of Kuwait in return for lending money at the donor conference.

"It is regrettable that the blind implementation of the international resolutions on Kuwait has caused great damage to Iraq and caused billions of dollars in losses to Kuwait, including the Khawr Abdullah Canal, Kuwait's acquisition of Iraqi land and large arbitrary compensation," Nassif said in a statement. Warning that "the government will give Kuwait three oil wells in exchange for a loan from donor countries at the donor conference."

"Kuwait's position on Iraq is well known to all. It has made no concessions regarding the international sanctions that fall within the compensations of its invasion in the time of the previous regime, even though the Iraqi people were defeated and had no hand in invading it."

Naseef stressed the need for civil society organizations, jurists, activists, intellectuals, elders and dignitaries to raise their voices to put pressure on the government and demand the opening of this file and review it fully if we want to carry out comprehensive reforms, with the need to reverse many of the decisions taken in this regard.

http://www.almaalomah.com/2018/07/20/327692/

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A former deputy warns of Iraqi decisions in favor of Kuwait .. Oil wells in return for a financial loan

A former deputy warns of Iraqi decisions in favor of Kuwait .. Oil wells in return for a financial loan

 

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20/07/2018

Baghdad

A member of the coalition of state law high Nassif, on Friday, to pressure the government to back down on the decisions and actions taken within the file of Kuwait, warning of the consequences of waiving three oil wells in favor of Kuwait in exchange for lending funds at the donor conference.

"It is regrettable that the blind implementation of international resolutions on Kuwait has caused great damage to Iraq and caused billions of dollars in losses to Kuwait, including the Khawr Abdullah Canal and the acquisition of Iraqi land by Kuwait and its acquisition," Nasif said in a statement. On large arbitrary compensation, "warning that" the government to give Kuwait three oil wells in return for a loan from donor countries at the donor conference. "

Nassif added that "Kuwait's positions towards Iraq are known to all. It has not made any concessions regarding the international sanctions that fall within the compensations of its invasion in the time of the previous regime, even though the Iraqi people were defeated and had no hand in invading it."

She stressed the need for "civil society organizations, jurists, activists, intellectuals, elders and dignitaries to raise their voices to put pressure on the government and demand the opening of this file and review it fully if we want to carry out comprehensive reforms, with the need to reverse many of the decisions taken in this regard."

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I can see the Iraq polititions rubbing thier hands together now, with a bank transfer ticket made out. 😯

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