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  1. Parliamentary Finance: $ 128 billion in debt, Iraq Last updated: July 14 2020 - 1:48 PM Baghdad / Iraq News Network - Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Muhammad Sahib al-Darraji, confirmed that the approval of the 2020 budget law was delayed due to the Ministry of Finance for many reasons, including the large budget deficit, indicating that there is a hidden state that impedes the work of the real state and works to destroy the economy of Iraq. Al-Darraji in a televised interview, “Iraq is owed 111 billion dollars and I add 17 billion dollars to it, and therefore we are close to the risk stage and we have not yet been able to obtain other loans. He now has oil imports and after the prices drop, only two and a half trillion Iraqi dinars. As for the other revenue sections such as outlets, agriculture, etc., they represent only 5 percent of the state’s revenues due to mismanagement, and now the government has moved on it and the necessity of tightening control over it has become.He continued that "the reason for delaying the approval of the 2020 budget is the Ministry of Finance, because it says it does not have time to complete it and the budget has a large deficit and the ministry is now busy preparing the budget of 2021, stressing that the failure to approve the budget is incorrect and a big mistake." And about the absence of the final accounts of the budgets of Iraq since 2013, Darraji explained, “The last year in which the final accounts were made is the year 2013 and in the year 2014 the budget was not approved in time and thus the year 2014 became the obstacle for the governments not to complete the final accounts and 2014 is the reason for the delay , Adding that the failure to complete the final accounts causes an imbalance in the state’s mathematical structure.And on the reason for the retreat of the Iraqi economy and the rule of his experience when he was occupying two ministries in the state, which is industry and housing, Darraji stressed, “There is a hidden state within the real state, hindering the work of the state and participating in this hidden state political and economic external and internal, from which Iraq wants a democratic experience Unsuccessful politically and economically, Iraq wants to remain a consumption market. As for the internal parties, there is a group that does not want Iraq to succeed, and there are internal parties, for example, merchants, with the participation of politicians and economic bodies, who want to obtain contracts from the state through deals and then escape and any official who wants to work for Iraq. They show a thousand subjects on it. ”As for the losses incurred by the licensing rounds contracts in oil, he added, “The previous ministries signed with foreign companies operating in oil fields, service contracts, which means whatever the price of oil, the share of these companies is fixed and each barrel gets approximately $ 11, which means Companies per month up to $ 850 million of Iraqi oil revenue, and the price of a barrel four months ago did not exceed $ 40, and these large losses are added to the state’s losses. ”
  2. Iraq announces to Saudi Arabia the date of its commitment to reduce oil production 100% Editing Date: 7/13/2020:38 • 71 times read Ayna News - Baghdad, the Minister of Oil, Ihsan Abdul Jabbar, told Saudi Energy Minister Abdulaziz bin Salman in a telephone conversation between the two of them today, Monday, when Iraq will comply with the agreement to reduce oil production by 100% according to the OPEC Plus agreement. A statement by the Iraqi Oil Ministry received a copy of where the agency received, "The conversation between the two ministers focuses on following up the developments of the petroleum markets, the improvement witnessed in the market in the global demand for oil, and the course of work in the current OPEC Plus agreement." At the end of the call, the two ministers issued a joint press statement: "The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Iraq confirm their full commitment to the OPEC Plus agreement, and in this regard, His Highness the Saudi Minister of Energy praised Iraq’s performance within the framework of the agreement, as the level of commitment by Iraq reached in June To nearly 90%, as confirmed by secondary sources. " The statement added, "Likewise, bin Salman thanked Minister Ismail for this achievement, and expressed his confidence that Iraq will continue and improve the level of its commitment." Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail confirmed Iraq’s commitment to the OPEC Plus agreement, adding that Iraq will raise its commitment level to 100% starting next month, with its commitment to compensate, during the months of July, August and September, for the excess production during the months of May and June. At the end of the phone call, the Iraqi and Saudi ministers affirmed that the efforts made by the countries participating in the OPEC Plus agreement towards adhering to the production reduction rates decided in the agreement will enhance the stability of global oil markets and accelerate the achievement of their balance.
  3. Iraq and Saudi Arabia issue a united position on the "OPEC +" agreement Editing Date: 7/14/1414 14:33 • 25 times read [Baghdad_Yen] Iraq and Saudi Arabia announced, on Monday, their full commitment to the "OPEC +" agreement to reduce production with a view to rebalancing oil prices in global markets. This came in a telephone call between the Iraqi Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul Jabbar Ismail. And Saudi Energy Minister Abdul Aziz bin Salman. According to a joint statement issued by the two sides, reported to Shafaq News, "The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of Iraq confirm their full commitment to the OPEC Plus agreement." In this regard, the Saudi Minister of Energy praised "the performance of Iraq within the framework of the agreement, as the level of commitment by Iraq in June reached nearly 90 percent, as confirmed by secondary sources." Bin Salman expressed his confidence that Iraq will continue and improve its level of commitment. For his part, the Iraqi oil minister confirmed Iraq’s commitment to the OPEC Plus agreement, adding that Iraq will raise its commitment level to 100 percent starting next month, with its commitment to compensate, during the months of July, August and September, for the excess production quantities during May and June. At the end of the phone call, the two ministers affirmed that "the efforts made by the countries participating in the OPEC Plus agreement towards adhering to the production reduction rates decided in the agreement will enhance the stability of global oil markets and accelerate the achievement of their balance." Last April, the OPEC + alliance reached a historic agreement to make cuts in oil production of 9.7 million barrels per day, with the goal of rebalancing crude prices in world markets. Under the agreement, Iraq was to reduce its crude production by about one million barrels per day in May and June.
  4. For the first time since 2017, the army and the Peshmerga are coordinating against ISIS Editing Date: 7/14/1414 14:24 • 29 times read [Baghdad_Yain] The Iraqi Army's anti-terrorist agency reported on Monday that there is high security and intelligence coordination between its forces and the Peshmerga forces during the fourth phase of the "Heroes of Iraq" campaign to pursue ISIS remnants in Diyala Governorate. This is the first coordination between the two sides since the tension escalated between them in an unprecedented way in 2017 in the wake of the independence referendum in the Kurdistan Region. At that time, Iraqi forces advanced towards the disputed areas, causing the Peshmerga forces to withdraw, fearing the outbreak of armed conflict between the two sides. The Peshmerga forces were deployed in the conflict areas in 2014 and prevented them from falling into the hands of ISIS when the Iraqi army fled from them in front of the organization's progress. A zone free from any military presence separates the two forces, since that time, and extends to a depth of 10 kilometers in some areas within the boundaries between the region and the provinces of Diyala, Kirkuk and Nineveh, which was exploited by the "ISIS" organization and strengthened its presence there. The Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Service said in a statement received by Shafaq News that the Operation Heroes in its fourth phase witnessed high intelligence security cooperation and coordination between the forces of the anti-terrorist and anti-terrorist forces in the Kurdistan Region while tracking the remnants of ISIS in Diyala Governorate. He added that "this coordination came within the new strategy of the counter-terrorism agency in the need to unify the security effort in order to tighten the screws on ISIS gangs and facilitate the process of monitoring and tracking them." This coordination comes after discussions held by the Iraqi defense and Peshmerga over the past weeks to form joint coordination centers to pursue the remnants of "ISIS". In 2017, Iraq declared victory over ISIS by reclaiming all of its territory, which was estimated to be about a third of the country’s area invaded by ISIS in the summer of 2014, with the support of the US-led international coalition. However, the terrorist organization still maintains sleeper cells in large areas of Iraq and launches attacks between varying periods.
  5. A government bank will resume work tomorrow to pay salaries Editing Date: 7/14 2020 14:08 • 47 times read [Baghdad_Eyein] The state-owned Rafidain Bank announced on Monday that it will resume some of its branches tomorrow, in order to complete the process of distributing public sector salaries. The media office of the bank said in a statement received by Shafaq News, that "some of the branches involved in the payment of state employees salaries were directed to resume work tomorrow and in coordination with the Central Bank of Iraq to complete the process of distributing salaries." He added that the resumption of the branches' work and the distribution of salaries would be in compliance with the precautionary measures against the Corona virus.
  6. Updated .. oil prices fell on settlement amid the expectation of OPEC meeting July 13, 2020 09:59 PM Last updated: July 13, 2020 09:59 PM Direct: Oil prices fell by more than 1 percent when settling transactions on Monday, amid anticipation of an extension of the agreement to cut production at the OPEC and allies meeting. Investors are awaiting the issuance of the monthly report of the oil-exporting countries "OPEC" this week, on the production levels of member states during the past month. Investors also pay special attention to the meeting of the OPEC Ministerial Technical Supervision Committee on Tuesday and Wednesday, which is scheduled to come out with a recommendation on the decision to extend the reduction of crude production. Despite the drop in oil prices, it has recovered significantly from the lowest levels in several decades registered in April, with the negative impact of the collapse of demand amid the spread of Corona and the price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia. While Libya exported its first shipment of black gold in six months last Friday, after a siege imposed by the eastern forces, but it reimposed the "force majeure" procedure on all oil exports yesterday. Upon settlement, the price of US NYMEX crude for August delivery fell by 1.1 percent to $ 40.10 a barrel, after hitting $ 39.66 a barrel early in the trading. By 6:45 pm GMT, the price of Brent crude for September delivery in September fell by 1.4 percent to $ 42.64 a barrel.
  7. Iraqi Prime Minister: Partnership with the private sector is "very important" in the next stage Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi July 14, 2020 02:28 PM Mubasher: The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, confirmed today, Tuesday, the government's support to the private sector, during his visit to a number of private sector projects in Karbala Governorate. Al-Kazimi said, according to the media office of the Prime Minister, that the partnership between the public and private sectors is "very important" during the next stage, according to his description. The Prime Minister added that the government supports the private sector and works to provide all the requirements for its success and upgrading its reality. He continued: "We support local projects and the Iraqi product, and we strive with full force to support, activate and revitalize the Iraqi industry." Al-Kazemi stressed that activating and supporting the private sector will contribute greatly to providing job opportunities.
  8. Al-Kazemi provides two justifications for not sending the parliamentary budget and finance. She replies: Not convincing! 10:32 - 07/13/2020 The information / Baghdad .. The Parliamentary Finance Committee announced, on Monday, its refusal to continue approving huge budgets without reviewing the final accounts for the year 2020, while it revealed the reasons for not sending the draft budget law for the year 2020 to the House of Representatives. "The Iraqi government does not want to send a draft budget bill for the year 2020 to the House of Representatives," committee member Jamal Cougar said in a statement to "Information". Cougar added, “When we inquired from the Prime Minister, we were informed of our unconvincing matter, the first related to the Financial Management Law and secondly to the total financial deficit, which amounted to more than 65% of the budget.” He pointed out that "the Iraqi government started preparing the budget of 2021 according to the Prime Minister's statement to the members of the Finance Committee," pointing out that his committee "refuses to initiate the approval of the budget of 2021 without reviewing the final accounts for the year 2020 after study and audit." Ended / 25h
  9. 13-07-2020 07:37 PM Al-Kazemi instructs the formation of the new Iraqi-Saudi Coordination Council Baghdad / Al-Ikhbaria , Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi directed the formation of the new (Iraqi-Saudi) Coordination Council, to succeed the previous Council composed of ministers of the resigned government. A statement of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers received "Al-Ikhbaria" a copy of it, "This came in accordance with the decision of the Council of Ministers. The council will be headed by Finance Minister Ali Abdul-Amir Allawi, and membership of each of the ministers of planning, oil, transport, agriculture, culture, industry and minerals, youth and sports." , Higher education and scientific research. " He continued, "The committee also includes the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers (the National Coordinator of the Council), the Governor of the Central Bank, the President of the National Investment Commission (Council Rapporteur), the Senior Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Defense, the Under Secretary of the Ministry of Interior for Intelligence and Federal Investigations, and the Under Secretary of the Ministry of Finance , And the Ambassador of the Republic of Iraq to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  10. Al-Kazemi from Karbala: Corruption in lagging projects must be fought Economie 2020-07-14 | 05:07 2,456 views Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi stressed, on Tuesday, that corruption must be fought in backward projects, noting that some projects will be withdrawn from investors. Al-Kazemi said in his speech to him during the opening of the "Imam Al-Hassan" hospital, peace be upon him, in KarbalaI pledge to open the remaining hospitals in other provinces, praising the "White Army" in the face of a pandemic Sk". He stressed Kazmi, the" must fight corruption in the lagging projects, "adding that" some of the projects will be withdrawn from investors. "
  11. Iraq and Saudi Arabia confirm their full commitment to the "OPEC Plus" agreement Economie 2020-07-13 | 12:40 1,757 views On Monday, Iraq and Saudi Arabia confirmed their full commitment to the OPEC Plus agreement to reduce oil production. And she said Iraqi Ministry of OilIn a statement, Alsumaria News received a copy of it, that "today, a phone call took place between the Minister of Oil, Ihsan Abdul Jabbar Ismail, and Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi Minister of Energy," explaining that "the conversation between the two ministers focused on following the developments of the oil markets, and improving The market is witnessing the global demand for oil, and the course of action in the current production cut agreement for countries OPEC Plus. " The statement added that "Kingdom of Saudi Arabia And The Republic of Iraq They confirm their full commitment to an agreement OPEC Plus, "noting that" the Saudi Energy Minister praised Iraq’s performance in the framework of the agreement, as the level of commitment by Iraq in June reached nearly 90%, as confirmed by secondary sources. "The statement quoted Ismail as affirming " Iraq’s commitment to an agreement OPEC Plus, "adding that" Iraq will raise the level of its commitment to 100% starting next month, with its commitment to compensate, during the months of July, August and September, for the excess production quantities during the months of May and June.
  12. Again .. the high exchange rates of the dollar in the Iraqi market for today Economie 2020-07-14 | 02:59 13,135 views The exchange rates of the dollar rose on the stock exchange as it stabilized in the local markets, Tuesday (July 14, 2020). Al-Kifah Exchange prices were recorded - Baghdad 122,900 dinars per 100 dollars. Buying and selling prices in banking shops The sale price of the dollar = 123,500 dinars. The purchase price of the dollar = 122,500 dinars.
  13. Rafidain Bank issues a clarification regarding the payment of employees' salaries 10:43 - 07/14/2020 The information / Baghdad .. Rafidain Bank announced, on Tuesday, that it will continue to pay the salaries of employees of a number of ministries and state institutions through the Master Card. The media office of the bank said in a statement received / information /, a copy of it, that "some of its branches began today to complete the process of paying the salaries of employees and in coordination with the Central Bank of Iraq." The statement added that "the salaries of a number of departments were raised and completed in a short period." Ended / 25
  14. My comments was Political Correctness, that the Norm, dealing with everything beside common sense in 2020. I've seen the video's and heard the discussion. the camera was of a bus, with audio recording in the background, played at the same time.
  15. Iraqi Minister of Communications: Improving internet service within months with a new pricing policy Iraqi Communications Minister, Arkan Shihab July 13, 2020 05:22 PM Mubasher: The Iraqi Minister of Communications, Arkan Shihab, confirmed that the internet service will witness improvement in the coming months after eliminating smuggling operations . And Shihab said, according to the Iraqi News Agency (INA), today, Monday, that the shock operations are continuing in the provinces of Diyala and Nineveh with the participation of the Media and Communications Authority and the National Intelligence and Security Services. Shehab added that the capacities that were officially available and compensated were 8 Linds, and Finland is a large Internet measurement unit equivalent to 64 (TSM), during the current month, and that the shock operations added during the month 10% of the total capacities of Iraq, in addition to recovering the state's prestige. The minister pointed out that there is coordination with all security agencies to continue operations, stressing that calls should be made to five international companies to establish access gates and this would end the issue of smuggling and we do not need security duties . He continued: "The internet service will see improvement in the next few months after eliminating smuggling, because that will give room for companies to operate fairly, and we have, during the beginning of next month, a new pricing policy . " The Ministry of Communications confirmed, earlier, that the shock operations, which were launched under the direction of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, to stop Internet smuggling operations, contributed to raising state revenues .
  16. Iraqi Deputy Speaker: "Despite the fight against corruption, we have not seen a recovery of smuggled money" The first deputy speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi, presides over the first sessions of the investigative committee in the electricity sector July 13, 2020 4:06 PM Direct: The first deputy speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Hassan Karim Al Kaabi, chaired today, Monday, the first sessions of the investigative committee in the electricity sector, in the presence of a number of governmental regulatory bodies to uncover corruption in the Ministry of Electricity. Al-Kaabi said, according to a statement issued by his media office, that despite efforts to fight corruption, but so far we have not seen any recovery of contraband public funds, nor corrupt entry to prison, and this is absolutely unacceptable to the Iraqi street. Al-Kaabi added, during the meeting, that he spent more on the electricity sector than the allocations of other ministries, and we have not witnessed until now any development in this sector. He continued: "Because of corruption and poor planning in the Ministry of Electricity, he found us power plants far from fuel sources and thus failed to produce them." The Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament emphasized that the representation of the Integrity Commission and the Financial Supervision Bureau added a transparent and neutral oversight dimension and ended accusations of political targeting. Al-Kaabi stressed the need for the Ministry of Electricity to work with a clear vision that is approved by the House of Representatives and implemented within 5 years, and that is not affected by the change of ministers, and any defect that takes place will be held accountable to those concerned. Yesterday, Sunday, the President of the Iraqi Council of Representatives , Muhammad Al-Halbousi, ordered the formation of a committee headed by the First Deputy for Auditing and Investigation of the Ministry of Electricity's contracts.
  17. Actually it wasn't on camera but it was audio recording. Since your so perfect and never committed a sin, or talk derogatory or gossip about anyone. I wanted to make sure your record was straight so you maintain your Perfectness..
  18. Deputy reveals a border outlet in southern Iraq under US control July 13, 2020 38 Views Conscious / Baghdad / M.A. The representative of Basra Governorate, Badr Al-Ziyadi, revealed, today, Monday, the existence of an Iraqi border port under the control of the United States of America and not under the authority of the Iraqi state. Al-Ziyadi stated in a statement conveyed by the (Iraqi Media News Agency / conscious) reporter that “all border ports in Basra are under state control, with the exception of the Greshan outlet with the Kuwaiti side, and this port is not controlled and subject to the control of the United States represented by the international alliance and goods are entered without inspection or control The Iraqi side has no right to inspect or open the goods. ” "Also, containers belonging to the international coalition enter through the port and do not open, and the Iraqi protection forces have no role other than opening and closing the gates when entering and exiting the containers and we call on the prime minister to have a position on this port." He pointed out that "the local Basra government does not obtain any money from the outlets and is not allowed to administer them because the linking of the outlets is in the hands of the prime minister." He pointed out that "the former Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi sent forces to maintain the ports in Basra, and high imports were achieved, but later they were left without protection." Al-Ziyadi stressed that all Iraqi ports should be maintained and that the matter not be limited to certain governorates, also calling for changing employees who hold the ports because many of them have experience in smuggling in technical ways to prevent their imports going to the state.
  19. Hope everyone having a Good Day DV....you would think that this would speed up Reconstruction of Iraq with all those donor countries that pledge monies to help rebuild...
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