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  1. Dollar exchange rates in local markets Economy 2022-05-27 | 03:27 2,447 views Alsumaria News - Baghdad The dollar exchange rates witnessed, today, Friday, stability in the Iraqi Stock Exchange. The selling prices of the dollar were 148,250 dinars per 100 dollars, while the purchase prices of the dollar were 148,150 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.
  2. The rise in Iraq's cash reserves to more than 70 billion dollars .. How will it affect the citizens? Sumerian special 2022-05-27 | 06:12 Source: Alsumaria news 1,938 views Report: Alsumaria News Iraqi Finance Minister Ali Allawi issued a statement, and said that the country's cash reserves are expected to rise to more than $90 billion by the end of 2022, noting that this is a record level for Iraq. Yesterday, Thursday, the Central Bank of Iraq said that "Iraq's foreign currency reserves amounted to 74 billion dollars, distributed geographically between 8 to 9 major countries, with various forms and assets," while noting that the Iraqi economic situation is very excellent compared to the countries of the region and neighboring countries. He added, "This relatively high level makes Iraq in a comfortable position in terms of the adequacy of the level of foreign reserves," reassuring "about the level of Iraq's foreign reserves," stressing that "the economic situation is very comfortable," calling on government agencies to exploit this financial abundance . At the end of last year, the Central Bank of Iraq said that foreign currency reserves had risen to $64 billion, from $48 billion since Baghdad devalued its currency in December 2020. How will altitude affect? The economic advisor to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Muhammad Salih, explains the impact of the rise on citizens, and the financial and economic situation in general in Iraq. Saleh said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The main and primary task of the Central Bank is to stabilize the currency and maintain the value of the Iraqi dinar against the rest of the currencies due to the ability of the Central Bank to intervene in the market and control the levels of the Iraqi dinar and has high flexibility to comment and thus control the exchange rates for long periods In addition to controlling income stability, it also has the ability to support the economy through financing foreign trade. He added: "What is supposed to be during the next stage of the rise in Iraq's cash reserves is that there will be a process of balance between the level of financing, development steps and the means of production," noting that "consumer imports should be legalized on the grounds that they do not provide anything for development, and we hope that the private sector will go towards productive import. He added, "What we need are special policies that contribute to directing the private sector to productive import," explaining that "the fiscal and monetary policies in Iraq are advanced, and we do not expect them to exist in many countries of the world, but they need to move, organize and direct and unify efforts, especially political ones to support monetary policies." And finance in order to develop and support the wheel of development in the country instead of putting obstacles that could cause harm instead of benefit to the Iraqi economy.” He stressed that "the basis of economic and financial reform should be objective and practical, and we believe that the white paper is the main means for correcting future policies, but it needs application and cooperation among all to achieve its goals set in an optimal and correct manner." In this context, experts in financial markets confirmed that reaching the central bank’s reserve a threshold of more than 70 billion dollars will strengthen the structure of the local economy and its position globally, but the challenge of ill-considered and unproductive spending remains Iraq’s biggest economic challenges, and raising the value of the Iraqi dinar will make it A competitive currency that helps lower the prices of commodities and foodstuffs in the markets. The Diwan of Iraq , and the Minister of Finance, stated that the total external and internal debts amounted to more than 99 trillion dinars (67.8 billion dollars).
  3. Al-Kazemi: Iraq has become one of the most important economies in the Middle East money and business Economy News-Baghdad Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi confirmed, on Thursday, that international indicators and reports confirm that the Iraqi economy today is the fastest growing, and that Iraq has become one of the most important countries in the Middle East in terms of economic growth. On the sidelines of the celebration of the launch of the National Strategy for Early Childhood Development in Iraq (2022-2031), Al-Kazemi said, "Investment means diagnosing challenges, and later turning them into opportunities for success, so that we are not victims of difficult circumstances and factors, but rather we must be makers of hope and life for our children, grandchildren and generations." coming.” He added, "The government came in difficult and complex circumstances with specific tasks, and it performed them, which is the establishment of fair and fair elections, and with this we took the initiative in order to create better economic and security conditions, and the government succeeded after we were on the brink of economic collapse." And he indicated that "international indicators and reports confirm that the Iraqi economy today is the fastest growing, and that Iraq has become one of the most important countries in the Middle East in terms of economic growth," adding, "We have succeeded in overcoming many challenges according to the capabilities and capabilities available to us, and others require longer work and cooperation." It is greater between state institutions, between political blocs and all parties of Iraqi society. Al-Kazemi explained that "this government - despite the problems and conditions that we have been through over the past two years - did not lose sight of this important age group, because of our full belief that Iraq will return and rise again at the hands of its children," noting that "the specialized team in the Prime Minister's office formulated the plans." necessary that would create the appropriate conditions, support and promote the comprehensive development of childhood from birth to the age of eight.” The Prime Minister stated that "these children are the future of the country, and the basis for its progress and construction, and in order to build an Iraq that befits us, our history, and the dignity of Iraqis, and investing in childhood achieves very great returns and benefits in old age," noting that "these joint programs between various state institutions and ministries, Civil society organizations, and relevant international organizations, which would have a positive impact on our children and their future. Al-Kazemi said, "We hope today to implement this strategy in the best way, and we will follow this matter carefully," stressing that "cooperation is required between the state and its institutions, international organizations and the international community, and between our people and our people, and we have to rise in our reality and move it from challenges to an opportunity for hope." And he added, "It is the right of Iraqis and Iraq that we raise our children in the best conditions and of the highest scientific quality, for the sake of the future so that we have fulfilled the covenant," noting that "we belong to Iraq, and Iraq first and foremost, and therefore we must work for the future of our children, and to achieve a vision futuristic, and serving the future through the interaction between science and technology in the upbringing of this generation, in order to turn into leaders.” He explained that "political problems do not end, and economic crises do not end, but there are problems that can be addressed and solved more, if not completely... including the circumstances and factors for raising our children," noting that "the first and last directive, is to save Iraq, and preserve Iraq to preserve its children and their future, and I call on everyone to strictly adhere to this distinguished plan, which is a precedent in our dear Iraq.” He stressed that "this step may be late, but the work took more than a year, and today, by declaring its strategic importance, we stress the need for good implementation and commitment to it." The Prime Minister concluded by "Thanking all the workers who worked to reach this distinguished formula, and I thank all the Brotherhood in the Prime Minister's Office, the Supreme Council for Strategies, ministries, international organizations, and civil society organizations. I wish you all the success...and thank you very much." Views 234 Added 05/26/2022 - 1:05 PM Update 05/27/22 - 3:38 PM
  4. The Central Bank of Iraq announces that foreign reserves have risen to $74 billion money and business Economy News - Baghdad On Thursday, the Central Bank of Iraq announced that foreign reserves had risen to $74 billion, noting that the financial situation in Iraq was "very excellent" compared to the countries of the region and neighboring countries. The Director General of the Investments Department at the bank, Mazen Sabah Ahmed, said that "foreign reserves, according to the latest report for the first quarter of 2022, amounted to 74 billion dollars, distributed geographically between 8 or 9 major countries, and vary in different forms and assets between deposits, government bonds, gold and current balances." He pointed out that "this relatively high level of foreign reserves puts Iraq in a comfortable position in terms of the level of adequacy of foreign reserves in comparison with the size of the economy and the volume of annual imports, as well as in comparison with the size of obligations related to foreign debt in the short term." Ahmed went on to say, "I am sending a message of reassurance about the level of foreign reserves in Iraq, especially after the increase in oil prices and the fading of the repercussions of the Corona virus on the global economy." He added, "The financial situation now is very excellent compared to the countries of the region and neighboring countries, and this opportunity must be exploited towards achieving the optimal investment for this financial position and the high creditworthiness of Iraq, driven by the rise in oil prices, and it must also be strengthened by some government measures that enhance the capacity of the Iraqi economy." He continued, "The fact that the increase in oil revenues that was achieved after the increase in oil prices is the ownership of the government or the Ministry of Finance and not the ownership of the central bank, and therefore there is no action that falls on the central bank as a result of these increases, and therefore the required action is from the government and the Ministry of Finance towards optimal investment." for these increased returns. 516 . views Added 05/26/2022 - 5:42 PM Update 05/27/2022 - 3:36 PM
  5. Al-Amiri: Iraq has become a pioneer in promoting the Palestinian right Yesterday, 19:35 Baghdad - INA congratulated the President of the Al-Fateh Alliance Hadi Al-Amiri, today, Thursday, for the approval of the law criminalizing normalization and establishing relations with the Zionist entity by the House of Representatives, while noting that Iraq has become a forerunner in promoting the Palestinian right. Al-Amiri said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "the adoption of the law criminalizing normalization with the Zionist entity is the culmination of the people's awareness and love for Palestine and considering it the issue of Jerusalem as the first issue of the Islamic nation," offering congratulations to the Iraqi people. Al-Amiri thanked "everyone who advocated, supported and contributed to the legislation of this law," noting that "after the law was enacted, normalization and advocacy and promotion of it became a crime punishable by law." He added, "Iraq is the forerunner in consolidating the Palestinian right, raising the nation's ability to develop the spirit of rejection and resistance to the Zionist entity, its existence and its aggressive plans, and rejecting all attempts made by some suspicious regimes and circles to drag the peoples of the region to normalization, which means shedding the sword of humiliation and Zionist hegemony on the necks of peoples." its land, its wealth and the fate of its generations.
  6. Oil prices at their highest level in two months Today, 14:11 Follow-up - Iaaa: Oil prices rose to their highest level in two months, as Brent crude is heading towards achieving the largest weekly jump in a month and a half, supported by the possibility of the European Union imposing a ban on Russian oil and the upcoming summer driving season in the United States. Brent crude futures for July delivery rose $0.51, or 0.43%, to $117.91 a barrel by 9:00 GMT. But the benchmark crude is heading for a gain of about 4% this week. US West Texas Intermediate crude futures rose $0.11, or 0.0%, to $114.20 a barrel. US crude is also heading towards achieving a weekly gain of 0.7%. Both benchmark contracts are heading to end the week on a high as the European Commission continues to seek the support of all 27 member states of the bloc for the proposed new sanctions against Russia, as Hungary constitutes a stumbling block. Six sources in "OPEC Plus" told Reuters that the group is expected to abide by the oil production agreement that it approved last year during its meeting scheduled for June 2, with an increase in production targets in July by 432,000 barrels per day, which represents a rejection of Western calls. for faster increases in production in order to curb higher prices. Source: Arabic
  7. Mr. Al-Sadr: We are not hostile to religions, but rather to extremism, terrorism and injustice political Today, 13:35 Baghdad - I know Today, Friday, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, affirmed that he is not hostile to religions, but rather to extremism, terrorism and injustice. Al-Sadr said in a document seen by the Iraqi News Agency (INA): “Anti-Semitism is forbidden!!! And normalization is obligatory!!!. Killing worshipers in mosques in New Zealand and elsewhere is not terrorism!!!. And hostility to Islam by burning the Qur’an..and banning the veil..forcing them to enact the *** law, which is forbidden in all laws..and describing Islam as terrorism is not forbidden, but rather an obligation!!! He added: "Not opening embassies for some countries is not obligatory!!! Resisting the occupation is terrorism!!!!. Displacing Arabs from Jerusalem and preventing them from entering it is a humanitarian act!!!. Is this your policy?!!!. We protect the Christian and Jewish minorities and you are expelling Arabs and Muslims. We condemn the terrorist act of ISIS, and you support Western extremism!!!! and what?!!.. And know that we are not hostile to religions, but rather to extremism, terrorism and injustice.”
  8. Sadr's Statement Concerning Minorities of Christ and Jews 1,323 Policy 2022/05/27 13:37 Baghdad today - Baghdad The leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, stressed today, Friday, that he is not hostile to religions, but rather to extremism, terrorism and injustice. Al-Sadr said in a document seen by (Baghdad today): "We protect the Christian and Jewish minorities, and you are expelling Arabs and Muslims." He added, "We condemn the action of ISIS, and you support Western extremism."
  9. "Hezbollah" welcomes the Iraqi parliament's decision to criminalize normalization with Israel Publication date: 05/27/2022 | 11:44 GMT |Arab world news The Lebanese "Hezbollah" expressed its appreciation for the decision issued by the Iraqi parliament, which criminalizes normalization with Israel. "We are proud of the historic and important decision issued by the Iraqi parliament to criminalize normalization with the Zionist enemy," Hezbollah said in a statement, adding that it is a "major and major step in confronting the humiliating process of normalization carried out by some Arab countries, and a solid position in support of the people." The Palestinian and its heroic resistance in the face of Zionist aggression and terrorism I consider that: "This honorable and courageous position clearly expresses the truth of the affiliation of the dear Iraqi people, its religious reference and its political forces, and it affirms that Iraq's stable and permanent position is on the side of the Palestinian cause, and was not affected by neither the American occupation nor the difficult economic and political conditions in which it lived." Iraq in recent years and remained faithful to its true Arab affiliation and support for resisting the occupation He called "the Arab political parties and the masses of our Arab nation to make maximum use of the Iraqi example in its content and timing to work in various arenas and to criminalize normalization and to issue the necessary legislation and laws in the face of normalization at all levels." Source: "Al-Manar"
  10. The Iraqi "Criminalization of Normalization" Law... Gaps, Comprehensiveness and Rubber Clauses 2022-05-27 04:49 Shafaq News/ The Iraqi legal expert, Ali Al-Tamimi, described, on Friday, the law "criminalizing normalization with the Zionist entity" that the House of Representatives voted on yesterday, as urgent as it contains several loopholes that will be revealed when it is actually implemented. Al-Tamimi told Shafaq News Agency, "There are some points that are described as constitutional criticism, among them is that the draft law is brief and includes ten paragraphs similar to the legislation issued in Tunisia and Algeria, as the problem of Iraqi legislation is always brief." He added, "This law applies to Iraqis inside and outside (members of security and civil institutions, state institutions, including the media, as well as the regions and means of communication, as well as civil society institutions.") Al-Tamimi pointed out that “the law neglected the dual nationals and did not refer to a treatment concerning them, and also in the second article, the law applies to private companies, foreign institutions and investors working in Iraq, as the law did not clarify how to deal with them if they signed long-term work or cooperation contracts. He did not specify the mechanism for terminating contracts or for these companies to fulfill their obligations. He explained that "one of the reasons for criticizing the law is that it did not address or specify the supervisory body that monitors the application of the law and how to file the complaint, and they should have referred to important explanations for the steps for moving the complaint and the method of recording and drafting the complaints. It was supposed to specify the right of the public prosecution to move the complaint, because such These crimes may occur in secrecy and secrecy, and therefore the whistleblower or complainant needs immunity and to be kept away from accountability or prosecution, and this is a very important part.” The legal expert pointed out that "the law and in its fourth article adopted the comprehensiveness clause and did not specify the things covered by the law that specify (travel, relations or promotion of ideas, ideologies and behaviors promoting normalization with the Zionist entity), but he emphasized Article 281 of the Penal Code, which states: Implementation of the death penalty, and the retroactive effect was not disclosed. Al-Tamimi noted, “The law neglected an important point, which is the future of the relationship between Iraq and the printing countries with Israel, whether to stay or cut the relationship,” adding: “I see if the legislators did as Tunisia did, which is imposing exorbitant penalties that are summed up in ten years imprisonment along with Imposing a large fine, such as thirty million dinars or thirty thousand dollars, as an initial ceiling that can be changed according to the person’s position and position. He continued: "The law did not refer to articles 81, 80 and 82 for institutions, i.e. accountability of the institution, including the media, in addition to that it did not specify the penalty for high treason for employees without special grades, and these penalties are supposed to apply to anyone involved or convicted of crimes of high treason. It is related to national behavior and is not limited to presidencies, ministers and private office holders. The Iraqi legal expert concluded by saying, "This law noted in its last articles 10.9 that it is effective from the date of its issuance (published in the Official Gazette)," likely that "the adoption of the law is urgent and contains many loopholes and flaws, which will be revealed more when applying its rationale." . Al-Tamimi concluded his speech by "reminding those responsible for writing the final version of the law of the need to clarify the details and subtleties of matters related to it, because these details will not open the door to jurisprudence and facilitate its application on the ground." Members of the Iraqi Council of Representatives voted in favor of a proposed law to "criminalize normalization" with Israel, a law proposed by the Sadr bloc and its allies. The new law stipulates penalties, including life or temporary imprisonment, and aims, according to its first article, to "prevent the establishment of diplomatic, political, military, economic, cultural or any other form of relations with the occupying Zionist entity." Article 201 of the Iraqi Penal Code stipulates that anyone who promotes the principles of Zionism, including Freemasonry, or affiliates with any of its institutions, or helps them financially or morally, or works in any way to achieve its purposes, shall be punished with death. Iraq does not establish any relations with Israel, and the government and the majority of political forces refuse to normalize with it. Out of 22 Arab countries, 6 countries, namely Egypt, Jordan, the UAE, Bahrain, Morocco and Sudan, have declared relations with Israel. Those who reject normalization of relations with Israel say that it still occupies Arab lands in Palestine, Syria and Lebanon since 1967 and rejects the establishment of an independent Palestinian state with East Jerusalem as its capital.
  11. Security Council resolution on Iraq 2022-05-27 03:16 Shafaq News/ The UN Security Council in New York is preparing to vote today, Friday, on a draft resolution to renew the mandate of the United Nations Mission in Iraq (UNAMI), but it will also include calls to speed up the formation of the new government, intensify cooperation between the Baghdad and Erbil governments, and implement security understandings, including the Sinjar Agreement , in order to emphasize the importance of combating desertification in Iraq because of its effects on the stability of the country. And the "Security Council Bulletin" website stated in a report translated by Shafak News Agency, that the council will vote on the draft resolution that was distributed on May 13, after negotiations took place in which all council members participated on May 18, with the aim of renewing the mandate of the mission. UNAMI” for a period of one year, until May 31, 2023. And after the report noted that the Security Council is generally united in its support for UNAMI and that the basic aspects of the mission’s mandate remain the same, some amendments have been made to the text to reflect recent events and the fact that the mission will not play an assisting role in electoral support at present, In light of the fact that the elections actually took place on October 10, 2021. The report added that the council members proposed minor amendments stemming from specific concerns or in response to the wishes of the Iraqi government, rather than substantive amendments, adding that despite the prevailing atmosphere of general consensus, there are significant differences among council members with regard to climate change. The report indicated that the previous mandate of the "UNAMI" mission included a text indicating that the negative effects of climate change "can contribute to desertification, drought, the humanitarian situation and stability in Iraq," and that there is a need for a comprehensive assessment of risks by the Iraqi government and the need to take measures for adaptation. or mitigating the challenges posed by climate change and environmental change.” The text also talks about the need for the UNAMI mission to assist Iraq while facilitating regional dialogue and cooperation on the negative effects of climate change. The report added that Norway apparently sought to enhance this language by adding a new paragraph requiring the UNAMI mission to support the Iraqi effort to mitigate climate change, adding that despite the wide support that the Norwegian proposal received from many members of the Security Council, However, Brazil, China, India and Russia opposed it, as India proposed removing the existing text on regional dialogue and cooperation on the harmful effects of climate change, and replacing that text with a paragraph referring to desertification and drought as examples of harmful effects instead. However, this proposal was not accepted by Brazil, China, India and Russia, as they considered that desertification and drought are not caused by climate change only. He added that as a compromise, the paragraph on this issue in the draft resolution talks about "the negative effects of climate change, especially those that contribute to desertification and drought." The report also indicated that the paragraph on climate change was amended during the negotiations that took place, as the new version says that climate change could “negatively affect” the humanitarian situation and exacerbate “any existing instability” in Iraq, while the previous mandate was repeating the reference Only to the "current instability" in the country, and it seems that the word "any" was added to this paragraph in response to the concerns raised by Iraq. In addition, the new draft resolution calls for accelerating the formation of a new government in a peaceful manner to enable it to achieve the national priorities of the Iraqi people, such as economic reform, regional cooperation, stability and development, and the strengthening and protection of human rights. The report explained that this paragraph was added in order to deal with "the current political impasse in the country, which shows little signs of abating after the parliamentary elections on October 10, 2021." He pointed out that the paragraph related to the formation of the government was added to the current paragraph related to the full and equal participation of women in all levels of decision-making, based on a proposal from Ireland. There is also a new paragraph in the draft resolution related to condemning the attempted assassination of Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi on November 7, 2021. The draft resolution also praises Iraq for organizing technically well-managed elections. Baghdad and Erbil In a parallel context, the report indicated that the current text on the relationship between the Iraqi federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government has been amended. While the current mandate of the "UNAMI" mission includes encouraging the federal government and the regional government to fully implement the budget agreement for the year 2021, and to negotiate agreements related to other outstanding issues, the new text in the current draft resolution requests the mission of "UNAMI" to provide effective support to the federal government And the regional government in order to engage in regular dialogue in line with the unity of Iraq and its constitution, including with regard to security allocations, the budget and the management of oil and gas resources in Iraq. The new draft resolution also calls for the implementation of existing agreements related to countries as well, including the "Sinjar Agreement 2020". The report explained that the goal is to deal with recent developments in Kurdistan, including the clashes that took place between the Iraqi army and the "Sinjar Resistance Units", in addition to the February 15 Supreme Court decision to repeal the 2007 oil and gas law established by the Kurdistan Regional Government. He explained that it was Washington that added this reference after consulting with Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government.
  12. The United Nations issues a statement regarding the "closed" meeting of the Kurdish parties and Blackshart 2022-05-26 12:35 Shafaq News/ The meeting, which was held in the presence of the President of the Kurdistan Region, in Erbil, on Thursday, between representatives of the Kurdish political forces and parties and the representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jenin Blaskharat, provided an opportunity for discussion and exchange of views on the future of the electoral process in the region scheduled to take place in October next. A statement issued by the United Nations in Iraq (UNAMI), reported to Shafaq News Agency, stated that "the meeting was held at the United Nations office in Erbil, at the invitation of the UN envoy, Jenin Plascharat, to discuss the electoral process in the Kurdistan Region." According to the statement, Blaskharat expressed her thanks to the Kurdish parties participating in the meeting, and urged them to "continue and intensify efforts to address the multiple challenges facing the Kurdistan Region." The meeting, which was held at the United Nations office in Erbil, the capital of the region, was attended by the delegation of the Kurdistan Democratic Party headed by Fadel Mirani, Secretary of the Political Bureau of the party, and the delegation of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan headed by Bafel Talabani. Omar Syed Ali, the general coordinator of the Change Movement, Salah al-Din Babiker, who headed the delegation of the Kurdistan Islamic Union, Ali Babir, who headed the Kurdistan Justice delegation, and Badria Ibrahim, who headed the delegation of the New Generation Movement, also attended. Earlier, UNAMI called the Kurdish parties to hold a meeting to discuss the upcoming parliamentary elections in the Kurdistan Region.
  13. Nechirvan Barzani welcomes the Security Council's call for Baghdad and Erbil to engage in regular dialogue 2022-05-27 07:28 Shafaq News/ The President of Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani welcomed on Friday the call of the UN Security Council Erbil and Baghdad to engage in regular dialogue to resolve differences and outstanding issues between them. "I thank the United Nations Security Council for extending the mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq," President Barzani said in a tweet posted today on social networking sites "Twitter." And he welcomed the Security Council's call, "Baghdad and Erbil to engage in a regular and orderly dialogue to resolve all outstanding issues, in accordance with the constitution of Iraq."
  14. America and Britain "criticize" Iraq's legislation criminalizing normalization with the Zionist entity Policy 2022-05-27 | 07:32 561 views Alsumaria News - Baghdad The US State Department issued a statement, expressing its "discomfort" at the Iraqi parliament's legislation criminalizing dealing with the Zionist entity. The ministry said in a statement seen by Alsumaria News, "The United States is deeply disturbed by the Iraqi parliament's passage of legislation criminalizing the normalization of relations with Israel, in addition to endangering freedom of expression and promoting an anti-Semitic environment." "This legislation stands in stark contrast to the progress Iraq's neighbors have made by building bridges, normalizing relations with Israel, and creating new opportunities for people across the region," she added. She noted that "the United States will continue its role as a strong and steadfast partner in support of Israel, including expanding relations with its neighbors in pursuit of greater peace and prosperity for all." For his part, Britain's Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, Commonwealth Affairs and Development said in a tweet via Twitter, "It is incredibly worrying that the Iraqi parliament has passed a law criminalizing, and even threatening to kill, those who have ties to Israel." He added: "The British government must urgently use its diplomatic leverage to deter Iraq from this appalling law."
  15. Washington comments on Parliament's approval of a law criminalizing normalization Time: 05/27/2022 13:27:13 Reading: 1,703 times {Political: Al Furat News} The US State Department issued a statement regarding the Iraqi parliament's approval of a law criminalizing normalization with the Zionist entity yesterday, Thursday, unanimously. In a statement received by Al-Furat News Agency, US State Department spokesman Ned Price said, "The United States is deeply disturbed by the Iraqi parliament's passage of legislation criminalizing the normalization of relations with Israel, in addition to endangering freedom of expression and promoting an anti-Semitic environment." "This legislation stands in stark contrast to the progress Iraq's neighbors have made by building bridges, normalizing relations with Israel, and creating new opportunities for people across the region," he added. Price emphasized that "the United States will continue to be a strong and steadfast partner in support of Israel, including expanding relations with its neighbors in pursuit of greater peace and prosperity for all." The Iraqi parliament unanimously approved a law criminalizing normalization with the Zionist entity.
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