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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Thursday signed an agreement with Jordan over the next two days, adding that the agreement will provide thousands of jobs.

A statement issued by the Office of the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan al-Kaabi received a copy of it that the latter "visited the Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi at the headquarters of the Prime Minister," noting that "the two sides discussed a number of bills referred to the House of Representatives with a view to enacting the beginning of chapter Next legislative session. "

The statement added that "the laws were also reviewed to the government for the purpose of the amendment to suit the direction of the current government looking forward to a series of changes in the interest of the country and the requirements of the Iraqi citizen, and the process of follow-up MPs for their oversight work in ministries and the need to facilitate access mechanism to government headquarters."

"The next stage will witness great economic openness on the regional and global environment. Within two days, an important agreement will be reached with Jordan on the export of oil and the opening of Trebil," the statement said. "This will provide thousands of jobs in the field of transport and services, . Ending / 25

 

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Abdul Mahdi: The next two days will witness the implementation of an important agreement with Jordan

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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi on Thursday signed an agreement with Jordan over the next two days, adding that the agreement will provide thousands of jobs.

A statement issued by the Office of the First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan al-Kaabi received a copy of it that the latter "visited the Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi at the headquarters of the Prime Minister," noting that "the two sides discussed a number of bills referred to the House of Representatives with a view to enacting the beginning of chapter Next legislative session. "

The statement added that "the laws were also reviewed to the government for the purpose of the amendment to suit the direction of the current government looking forward to a series of changes in the interest of the country and the requirements of the Iraqi citizen, and the process of follow-up MPs for their oversight work in ministries and the need to facilitate access mechanism to government headquarters."

"The next stage will witness great economic openness on the regional and global environment. Within two days, an important agreement will be reached with Jordan on the export of oil and the opening of Trebil," the statement said. "This will provide thousands of jobs in the field of transport and services, .

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Editorial date: 2019/2/1 12:05  648 times read
{Euphrates News} publishes a list of Jordanian goods exempt from customs duties
{{Al-Furat News} The agency {Euphrates News}, published Friday, a list of Jordanian goods exempt from customs duties, which included 371 commodities with the value of exports in dinars.
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MP Alia Nassif called on President Barham Saleh to intervene and protect the national industry from what she described as the disaster that is being exposed to it, which is exempting hundreds of items from imported goods from customs duties. 
Nassif said in a statement received by "Economy News", that all countries of the world are charging customs as the simplest things to enter, so that some countries charge fees on personal mobile phone if the guest stays on the ground more than four months and if not paid the amount stops his phone line , While Iraq is open to everyone without fees or expense, and then complain the government of the budget deficit and resort to external loans.
Nassif explained that one of the most important reasons for the "destruction" of national industry and its inability to compete with imported goods in terms of prices is not to impose customs duties on the importer, similar to the disaster of exempting Jordan from customs duties on 371 articles mostly made in Iraq, as well as potatoes, tomatoes, eggs and chicken . 
"Will the government is satisfied with the collapse of the national industry and dumping the Iraqi market imported goods exempted from customs duties on the national product account? Is it not the duty of the national product protection and seek to revitalize national industry and strengthen the Iraqi economy rather than contributing to its destruction? 
And stressed" the need for the President 's intervention to protect The national product and stop the confusion in the exemption of imported goods from customs duties and work as far as possible to save the national industry and support the domestic product through the use of committees of economists and the development of appropriate plans in this regard.


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Nassif calls on the President of the Republic to protect the national industry from the disaster of customs duties exemptions

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Member of the House of Representatives, Alia Nassif, Friday, President Barham Saleh, to intervene and protect the national industry from the disaster that is exposed to the exemption of hundreds of items of goods imported from customs duties. 
In a statement received by Mawazine News , Nasif said that "all countries of the world charge customs fees for the simplest things they enter. Some countries even charge a personal mobile phone if the guest stays at home for more than four months and if he does not pay The amount depends on the phone line, while Iraq is open to everyone without a fee or expense, and then complain the government of the budget deficit and resort to external loans.
She added that "the most important reasons for the destruction of national industry and its inability to compete in imported goods in terms of prices is the failure to impose customs duties on the importer, similar to the disaster exemption of Jordan customs duties on 371 articles mostly made in Iraq, starting with cement and marble and paints and ending with trivial materials Like chewing gum. " 
"Is the government satisfied with the collapse of the national industry and the flooding of the Iraqi market with duty-free imported goods at the expense of the national product?" Nassif asked, "is it not its duty to protect the national product?

And stressed "the need for intervention by the President of the Republic to protect the national product and stop confusion in the exemption of goods imported from customs duties and work as far as possible to save the national industry and support the local product through the use of committees of economic experts and develop appropriate plans in this regard."

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
MP for the coalition conquest Mohammad Karim Albulada, on Friday, the agreement between Iraq and Jordan as " a process of attrition" ongoing since the era of the former regime until the moment of the country 's wealth without offset any positive attitude from Jordan to Iraq, while noting that the Iraqis later Of oil imports because of their difficult situation. 

Al-Baldawi said in an interview with Alsumaria News that "any agreement concluded by the government with any country should first highlight the benefits that Iraq will avoid those agreements," noting that "there is a process of depletion continued since the era of the former regime of Iraqi oil by presenting it to Jordan At nominal prices without interest to Iraq. "


Al-Baldawi added that "all agreements concluded between countries are based on the mutual benefit of different economic, political and commercial aspects." He pointed out that "the benefit is unilaterally on the Iraqi side without clear or positive steps from the Jordanian side in various fields until In dealing with Iraqi travelers or opening a free market or reducing taxes on goods entering and out of Iraq and to it or any other initiatives can be said that it is an initiative from Jordan to Iraq. 

Baldawi said that "the provision of Iraqi oil at subsidized and semi-free prices to Jordan without interest corresponding to the Iraqi people is an issue can not be accepted and silence on them because cooperation and facilities and the provision of goods by Iraq only," stressing that "

On Friday, November 16, 2018, the Royal Jordanian Court announced details of the talks between King Abdullah II and Iraqi President Barham Salih , while stressing the need to strengthen economic cooperation, especially the extension of an oil pipeline from the city of Basra to the Jordanian port of Aqaba on the Red Sea. 

Iraq has signed an agreement in 2012 with Jordan, including the extension of an oil pipeline across the Gulf of Aqaba with a capacity of one million barrels per day along with the extension of a gas pipeline, and includes strengthening cooperation in the field of transport and work on rail links between the two countries. 

Iraq, which has the world's third largest oil reserves, estimated at 143 billion barrels, after Saudi Arabia and Iran, hopes that building the pipeline will increase its oil exports and diversify its ports.

Jordan, which imports 98 percent of its energy needs, hopes the pipeline will meet its crude oil needs of around 150,000 bpd and get 100 million cubic feet of natural gas per day. 

The two countries are linked to a previous agreement that would supply Jordan with about 30,000 barrels per day of Iraqi crude oil, in addition to 1,000 tons of heavy fuel, but the deal is stalled as a result of deteriorating security conditions in Iraq.

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Iraq: an oil agreement with Jordan during the "next two days"

Iraq: an oil agreement with Jordan during the "next two days"
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 31 January 2019 09:12 PM

Mubasher: The Prime Minister of Iraq close to the conclusion of an oil agreement with the State of Jordan during the "next two days ."

Adel Abdul-Mahdi, the close to the implementation of an oil and trade agreement with Jordan during the next two days, which will provide thousands of jobs in both countries, according to the agency "Petra ."

"The next phase will see great economic openness to the regional and global environment. Within two days, an important agreement will be signed with Jordan on the export of oil and the opening of Trebil, and this will provide thousands of jobs in the field of transport and services, " he said.

Abdul-Mahdi said on January 29 that the Jordanian government will reduce the transit fees for goods through the port of Aqaba, in return for the reduction of Iraq's oil prices exported to Jordan .

He explained that Jordan has requested the export of 10 thousand barrels of Iraqi oil less transport costs, in return for Jordan to reduce the transit fees of goods to Iraq through the port of Aqaba .

On the same day, the head of the Jordan and Amman Chambers of Industry, Fathi al-Jaghbair, announced the signing of an agreement with the Iraqi Business Council to establish an Iraqi-Jordanian businessmen council to promote trade exchange between the two countries .

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The oil ministry said on Thursday that the oil agreement between Iraq and Jordan signed since 2006 between the prime ministers of Iraq and Jordan, and that the signing of the powers of the Prime Minister.

The ministry said in a statement published on its official website that "some provocative statements that lack precision and objectivity by some of the political classmates on the re-operation of the memorandum of understanding, which provides for Iraq to supply the Kingdom of Jordan with crude oil and the amount of 10 thousand barrels per day, And accusing officials in the ministry to grant Jordan free or cheap oil, "noting that" the general policy of the state and government aims to develop bilateral relations with neighboring countries and with brothers, and to enhance the prospects for cooperation and contribute to the political stability and security and economic For the Iraqi neighbors, including the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. "

"The agreement includes the re-establishment of the Memorandum of Understanding signed by the Prime Ministers of Iraq and Jordan in 2006 at the will of Jordan, Which provides for the supply of 10 thousand barrels per day of crude oil Kirkuk at the station of the Chinese - Baiji in Salahaddin province and a price equation linked to the price of Brent crude less transport costs and different specifications, and transferred basins to the refinery Zarqa.

Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi announced today that an oil and trade agreement with Jordan will be implemented within the next two days, which will create thousands of jobs.

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'Malicious' efforts to stop economic cooperation with Jordan

Leader of State of Law Coalition Nouri al-Maliki

Nouri al-Maliki, leader of State of Law Coalition, exerted huge efforts to stop the economic deals between Iraq and Jordan, claiming that these agreements will result in economic losses to Baghdad.

Iraq recently signed number of economic deals with Jordan in the fields of trade exchange and customs removal. Both sides agreed to establish a free trade zone near the mutual borders between, and to activate an agreement to extend a pipeline to transport oil from south of Iraq to the Jordanian port of Aqaba in the Red Sea.

"The benefits and facilities offered by the Iraqi government to the Kingdom of Jordan should be based on mutual benefits, not unilateral ones,"  said Qais al-Khazali, leader of pro-Iran Asa'ib Ahl al-Haq militia, claiming that the new deals will harm the Iraqi economy.


Maliki's coalition MP Hamid al-Moussawi said that extending the pipeline from Iraq towards Aqaba is useless and has no economic or political feasibility, adding that it will cause Iraq economic losses ranging between $5-9 per barrel.

Moussawi called on all political forces, the government official and the parliament "not to succumb to any external pressures that threaten the Iraqi sovereignty, stability and economy."

Prime Minster Adil Abd al-Mahdi said thatJordan will reduce the customs for Iraqi cargos passing Aqaba port, while Iraq will reduce the price of oil in return.

He added that the Jordanian industrial city will greatly serve both countries.

The Iraqi Ministry of Oil responded to the negative comments, describing them as "malicious statements issued by political parties aim at distorting the facts by [issuing] lies, allegations and fabrications against officials and workers in the oil sector."

"Some of the statements are provocative and lack precision and objectivity," the ministry stated.

Saairun's warning

Muqtada al-Sadr’s Saairun Bloc warned on Tuesday of moving forward with an economic project which would extend an oil pipeline fromIraq to Jordan without reviewing it by the parliament, the Middle East Monitor said.

MP of Saairun Sadiq al-Sulaiti called to review the Basra-Aqaba pipeline agreement by the concerned parliamentary committees, saying that “Jordan wants to harvest the fruits of this agreement without paying anything.”

Sulaiti added that the Basra-Aqaba pipeline project is estimated to cost $18 billion; most of it will be paid by the Iraqi side.

He added that the agreement indicates that “thepipeline passing through the Jordanian territories will be a property of Jordan, however, Iraq has to pay for it.”

“The cost of transporting a barrel is expected to be $4, which is four times higher than the cost of extracting one barrel,” Sulaiti said.

The Iraqi lawmaker warned the oil ministry not to proceed with agreements that may waste the public money, and demanded to submit the project to the parliament to study its feasibility.

 

https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/Story/35844/Malicious-efforts-to-stop-economic-cooperation-with-Jordan

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Whenever you see a picture of Maliki just think Iran, because he is their puppet in Iraq.

 

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The benefits and facilities offered by the Iraqi government to the Kingdom of Jordan should be based on mutual benefits, not unilateral ones

 

What about some mutual benefits to the USA for spending a trillion dollars to liberate your sorry country twice and cost us thousands of our soldiers their lives and 10’s of thousands of our soldiers who are maimed for life.  

 

This guy is a crooked thieve who has robbed the people of Iraq to the tune of over 50b. 

He should be in jail!!!!!!!

 

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Economy News _ Baghdad

"Economy News" received a collection of documents showing the renewal of the exemption of 371 Jordanian goods from customs duties.

 

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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi began to see himself as the largest of the parliament, said MP Nada Jawdat on Saturday, noting that he should put the interest of the people in mind and think about the future of Iraq before signing the agreements.

"Adel Abdul Mahdi sees himself as bigger than the parliament, which gave him confidence and placed him as prime minister," Jawdat told Iraq News. "This has become clear through the nomination of names of his Cabinet, where he sends their names with papers and refuses to attend the House of Representatives."

She added that "Abdul-Mahdi to put the interest of the people in mind and think of the interest of the country before signing agreements to undermine the future of the country's economic and destroy the local product and eliminate all our dreams of investment," noting that "his agreements with Jordan is unjustified because at a time we need to promote the country But he is now behind all his promises. "

The Iraqi cabinet had agreed on Wednesday to supply Jordan with 10 thousand barrels per day of Kirkuk crude oil according to the "price equation linked to the price of Brent crude less transport costs and different specifications, and move to the refinery," while the Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, (January 29, 2019), on the details of the Jordanian request for the export of Iraqi oil, in return for the reduction of duties on goods imported to Iraq through the port of Aqaba.

Abdul Mahdi said during his weekly conference that "Iraq is moving to expand economic relations with all neighboring countries," revealing "an important meeting with the Jordanian side soon."

"We are working to liberate the Iraqi economy from dependence on oil as the sole source of income," he said, noting that "Jordan requested the export of 10 thousand barrels of Iraqi oil at the price of Brent minus the wages of transport."

The Prime Minister pointed out that "the Iraqi-Jordanian industrial zone will provide a great service to both countries by moving the productive sectors in Iraq."

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Iraqi and Jordanian prime ministers meet at border to implement agreement

Iraqi and Jordanian prime ministers meet at border to implement agreement
 



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Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi met Saturday with Jordan's Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz, accompanied by two high-level delegations.

A statement issued by the office of Abadi said that the meeting aims to "put an agreement on cooperation and exchange of interests between the two countries to enter into force and the opening of the joint industrial zone and the implementation of the joint agreement signed in Baghdad on 29/12/2018."

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Editorial date: 2019/2/2 13:26  95 times read
Abdul Mahdi meets his Jordanian counterpart at the border to implement the cooperation agreement and the opening of the joint industrial zone
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi met today at the Jordanian-Jordanian border, Prime Minister of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Omar Al-Razzaz to implement the cooperation agreement and the opening of the Joint Industrial Zone ..
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Editorial date: 2019/2/2 13:29  78 times read
Prime Minister's Office: Meeting between Abdul Mahdi and his Jordanian counterpart includes putting the cooperation agreement into effect
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi met today at the Jordanian-Jordanian border, Prime Minister of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Omar al-Razzaz.
"Abdul Mahdi met at noon today at the Jordanian-Jordanian border joint border with the two high-level delegations to put an agreement on cooperation and exchange of interests between the two countries and the opening of the joint industrial zone, And the implementation of the minutes of the joint agreement signed in Baghdad on 29/12/2018 "
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Editorial date: 2019/2/2 13:40  35 times read
Joint meeting between the Iraqi and Jordanian governments begins
{International: Euphrates News} Joint meeting between the Iraqi and Jordanian governments is now under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi and his Jordanian counterpart Omar Al Razaz ...
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Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi met Saturday with his Jordanian counterpart Omar al-Razaz at the border between the two countries to implement the cooperation agreement and the opening of the joint industrial zone.

"Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi met today (Sunday), at the Jordanian-Jordanian border, with   Jordanian Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz, accompanied by two high-level delegations, " a statement from Abdul Mahdi's office said .

He pointed out that "the two sides met to put an agreement on cooperation and exchange of interests between the two countries to enter into force and the opening of the joint industrial zone, and the implementation of the minutes of the joint agreement signed in Baghdad on 29/12/2018.

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BAGHDAD / The deputy of the wisdom movement, Jassim Mohan, said on Saturday that the signing of Adel Abdul Mahdi, the trade agreement with Jordan seems to be under the guidance of the US, indicating that the Jordanian economy is in a state of recession and this agreement will revive their economy.

"The trade agreement signed by Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi with the Jordanian side comes at a time when Jordan is suffering from a major economic recession and it appears that this agreement was signed under the direction of the United States of America for Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi," Mohan said. Stand with Oman ".

"Many MPs have question marks on this agreement because Jordan was not helpful to Iraq when the country was invaded by terrorism, thousands of victims were killed and Jordan was a bridge of passage for terrorists to our country," he said.

On Saturday, Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi met his Jordanian counterpart Omar al-Razaz on the Iraqi-Jordanian border.

"The Prime Minister, Adel Abdul Mahdi, met with his Jordanian counterpart Omar al-Razzaz on the Iraqi-Jordanian lines to implement the cooperation agreement and the opening of the joint industrial zone," the press office said.

He added that "the meeting was accompanied by two high-level delegations, to put an agreement on cooperation and exchange of interests between the two countries to enter into force and the opening of the joint industrial zone and the implementation of the joint agreement signed in Baghdad on 29/12/2018."

On February 2, 2019, Jordanian Minister of State for Information and Government Affairs Jumana Ghneimat said that Jordanian Prime Minister Omar al-Razaz would meet Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi on the border between the two countries today to sign joint agreements. End 3

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
issued the Oil Ministry, Thursday, clarification on the memorandum of understanding between Iraq and Jordan, indicating that the agreements concluded between the States of the Federal Government validity of the agreements represented by the Council of Ministers and not the validity of the oil minister.

The ministry said in a statement received by Alsumaria News, a copy of it "surprised by the statements tendentious and cynical and media campaigns by some affiliated with the political class and some news sites in a seemingly desperate attempt by these agencies to confuse the facts in front of public opinion by fabricating lies and allegations and fabrications on Officials and workers in the oil sector only because the interests of those and those behind them have been affected a lot after a series of measures and courageous steps taken by the leadership of the oil sector recently to reduce the corruption, smuggling, exploitation, theft and transgression p Z national wealth. "


The ministry added that "some provocative statements that lack precision and objectivity by some of the political class on the re-operation of the memorandum of understanding, which provides for Iraq to supply the Kingdom of Jordan with crude oil and the amount of 10 thousand barrels per day transported through the aquariums, accusing officials in the ministry to grant Jordan free oil Or at nominal prices, "noting that" the general policy of the state and government aims to develop bilateral relations with neighboring countries and with brothers, thus enhancing the prospects for cooperation and contribute to achieve political stability, security and economic states of the region and the Iraqi neighborhood, The Hashemite yeh. "

"The relations have witnessed a great development recently, which led to the signing of a comprehensive memorandum of understanding for economic cooperation and in order to serve the common interests. It was included in the field of oil and energy, including the re-operation of the Memorandum of Understanding signed by the Prime Ministers of Iraq and Jordan on 15 / 8/2006 at the request of brothers in Jordan, which provides for the supply of 10 thousand barrels per day of crude oil Kirkuk at the station "Chinese - Baiji" in the province of Salah al-Din and a price equation linked to the price of Brent crude less transport costs and different specifications, To the Zarqa refinery. "

The ministry continued that "agreements between countries and as is customary of the federal government is represented by the Council of Ministers, and not the authority of the Minister of Oil, who is not entitled to grant oil to this or that as some claim, and the Minister is also authorized to conclude contracts and oil agreements only Within the powers and laws in force, "pointing out that" the ministry is part of the federal government to implement the government program scheduled as far as the tasks and responsibilities in the oil and energy sector and in the national interest. "

The ministry said that "in view of its belief in the principle of respect for freedom of opinion and other opinion and freedom of expression, it rejects and condemns all practices that come within the framework of exploiting this democratic space to defame others and harm the government, officials and individuals. The Ministry reserves the legal and moral right to all those who harm the workers in the sector "Such provocative campaigns will not stop their plans to optimize investment of national wealth and work to improve the oil and gas industry and maximize financial revenues to strengthen the economy and national development." 

A number of deputies refused to sell oil to Jordan at preferential prices, as was done by the former regime.

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