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British Ambassador: Gulf States are ready to support the Iraqi private sector in the next stage

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You go girl!

She wants to know when this dam RV is going to happen!!

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1 minute ago, gregp said:

You go girl!

I'm wondering how many more of these folks are head to Iraq..

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Just now, yota691 said:

I'm wondering how many more of these folks are head to Iraq..

 

Big announcement. 

What’s your take?

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Sources: Theresa May visits Iraq to meet Abadi and discuss bilateral files and the security of the Middle East

 

 From 2017-11-29 at 13:20 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad Mawazine News

The British Prime Minister is on her way to the capital Baghdad on a surprise visit as part of a regional tour in the Middle East, during which she visited Saudi Arabia and Jordan.

"British Prime Minister Teresa Mae will soon arrive in Baghdad for an undeclared visit," a government source told Mawazine News.

He said he would meet Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and other officials in the Iraqi government to discuss relations between the two countries and the political and security situation in Iraq and the region.

British Prime Minister Theresa Mae left London on Tuesday for a three-day visit to Saudi Arabia and Jordan as part of efforts to strengthen British relations.

May held talks with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman before heading to Jordan where she met King Abdullah and Prime Minister Hani al-Mulqi.

"This tour shows that Britain is determined to create a confident and bold future for ourselves in the world, while the EU is leaving," said a spokesman for May.

"Britain's security interest clearly requires Iraq and Saudi Arabia to support regional challenges to create a more stable region and to implement their ambitious reform programs to ensure their stability," he said.

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Things that make you go... Hmmmmm. The royals need money to pay for the big wedding in May. Hmmmm... It looks like she's going to see about getting a payback for their investment...

Go RVvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv

 

B/A

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Theresa May was a big supporter of the EU. When Hillarious screwed up the Middle East, millions of refugees from the middle east walked into Europe. The public reacted, and part of that reaction was rejecting the EU, in the Brexit vote. That's why Theresa May is so keen on peace in the middle east. Same with the French and German leaders. They know that an unstable middle east means their plans to integrate Europe will fail. That's why they are so keen to help Iraq. That's why she is showing up in Baghdad. With the main European leaders realizing this and supporting stability in the middle east, for their own political interests, I am more sure than ever, that this thing will succeed. Dinar investors will make a load of money, on this thing. We're almost there. She would not come, unless something big was in the works. Hold on to your bolar hat, Mr. Steed....

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She was probably over there hoping to sell another 70,000 properties in London to keep the good times rollin.' Or, borrow the money to pay for Brexit. :trash:

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Thanks Yota...She's probably showing up to see the "Super Moon"...Can't beat a ME full moon night...

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May is a lying sack.  She on one hand says she will support the exit but voted against it.  She is going to stall the exit while telling the people she is trying to emplement brexit. Not to be trusted.  

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May al-Abadi attends allocating funds to support Iraqi forces and restore stability

 

 Since 2017-11-29 at 15:26 (Baghdad time)

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Baghdad - Mawazine News

British Prime Minister Theresa Mae on Wednesday stressed during her meeting with Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi her country's support for Iraq's reforms, and called on the Kurdistan region to respect a unified Iraq, revealed the allocation of funds to support Iraqi forces and restore stability.

"The meeting discussed the strengthening of bilateral relations between the two countries, efforts to restore stability, economic cooperation and the situation in the region," a statement from the Prime Minister's Office said.

Abadi expressed his "welcome to the British Prime Minister on her first visit to Iraq and in her presence today and her support for the development of cooperative relations and a desire to increase this cooperation."

He thanked the British government's support for Iraq in all fields, especially cooperation against terrorism, air cover, intelligence, stability, repatriation efforts and human rights. The talks with the British Prime Minister focused on developing relations between the two countries and the two countries. On the unity and stability of Iraq. "

"We have succeeded in the sacrifices of our people and the courage of our heroic forces of the army, the police and the popular and tribal mobilization to liberate all Iraqi cities and defeat the preacher," he said.

"We will continue to support Iraq as a partner for security, construction, stability and training of Iraqi forces," British Prime Minister Theresa May said in a statement.

"Allocation of funds to support the Iraqi forces and the efforts to return displaced people and restore stability," she said, stressing "Britain's support for Iraq's reforms."

She stressed, "support for the unity of Iraq," calling on the Kurdistan region to "respect a unified Iraq and encourage dialogue."

"She pointed out that" her country looks forward to continuing relations with Iraq in all areas. "

British Prime Minister Teresa Mae left London on Tuesday for a three-day visit to Saudi Arabia and Jordan to discuss Britain's relations with Britain.

Earlier in the day, Mai arrived in the capital, Baghdad, on an undeclared visit

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I think what Rochester says makes sense, now I am not saying May can be trusted, but I know all of Europe with that the refugees could go home...hopefully safely!

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14 hours ago, Rochester said:

Theresa May was a big supporter of the EU. When Hillarious screwed up the Middle East, millions of refugees from the middle east walked into Europe. The public reacted, and part of that reaction was rejecting the EU, in the Brexit vote. That's why Theresa May is so keen on peace in the middle east. Same with the French and German leaders. They know that an unstable middle east means their plans to integrate Europe will fail. That's why they are so keen to help Iraq. That's why she is showing up in Baghdad. With the main European leaders realizing this and supporting stability in the middle east, for their own political interests, I am more sure than ever, that this thing will succeed. Dinar investors will make a load of money, on this thing. We're almost there. She would not come, unless something big was in the works. Hold on to your bolar hat, Mr. Steed....

I have to agree with you on what you have said here,  ( your    we're almost there    must be a new version of SOON ) 

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1 hour ago, sandfly said:

but why should they snow

 

Hey you are right....no doubt but these people did not WANT to leave they HAD to, to survive. I think that once the ME is a safer place most will want to return. Not all....some are young and have no good memories of their homeland...which is sad. 

I hope that May is there to help make it a place the WANT to return to.

 

Nice having conversation with ya Fly!

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2017/12/02 (00:01 PM)   -   Number of readings: 135   -   Number (4076)
 
 
May my slaves: adhere to a unified Iraq and call for dialogue



 Baghdad / Range 
 

British Prime Minister Teresa Mae confirmed her country's support for Iraq as a "partner" and urged the government to pursue its reforms. Renewed the commitment to the unity of Iraq, and called on the Kurdistan region to respect a "united Iraq".

This came during an "undeclared" official visit by Mai to Baghdad on Wednesday. The prime minister has officially received his British counterpart. 
Abadi said in a statement received by Al-Mada that "during the meeting they discussed enhancing bilateral relations between the two countries, efforts to restore stability, economic cooperation and the situation in the region." Abadi welcomed "the British Prime Minister on her first visit to Iraq, her presence today and her support for the development of cooperative relations and the desire to increase this cooperation." The statement said the Prime Minister stressed that "Iraqi-British relations are witnessing a clear development, and thank the positions of the British government in support of Iraq in All fields, especially cooperation against terrorism, providing air cover and intelligence, supporting stability, efforts to return displaced persons and human rights. "
The Prime Minister's statement that "the talks with the Prime Minister of Britain focused on the development of relations between the two countries and the two peoples and expand cooperation and coordination and emphasize the unity of Iraq and stability." Abadi said during the meeting, "Iraq is on the stage of construction and reconstruction and investment, and we discussed the contribution of British companies and the revitalization of cooperation The British Prime Minister praised the "Iraqi forces", stressing "continue to support Iraq as a partner for the extension of security, construction and stability, and training of Iraqi forces, and we have allocated funds to support Iraqi forces and efforts to return displaced persons and Stability, and we affirm our support for Iraq's progress in its reforms. " 
The Teresa Mai supported the "unity of Iraq and the call of the Kurdistan region to respect a unified Iraq and encourage dialogue," and that her country "looks forward to continuing relations with Iraq in all areas."

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British Ambassador: Gulf States are ready to support the Iraqi private sector in the next stage

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The British Ambassador to Iraq, John Wilks, announced that the Arab Gulf States are ready to support the Iraqi private sector in the coming period.
Wilks said in his speech at the Financial Services and Investment Conference that “the Prime Minister Haider Abadi during his meeting with the British Prime Minister in Baghdad asked to support Iraq through the entry of British investors to Iraq and work to develop.
He added that “many donor countries and the Gulf countries have a desire to help Iraq and support the private sector in the next phase in the reconstruction of the affected areas.”
He pointed out that “moving the Iraqi economy is through the establishment of small and medium enterprises.”

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5 hours ago, yota691 said:

Abadi said during the meeting, "Iraq is on the stage of construction and reconstruction and investment, and we discussed the contribution of British companies and the revitalization of cooperation The British Prime Minister praised the "Iraqi forces", stressing "continue to support system" rel="">support Iraq as a partner for the extension of security, construction and stability, and training of Iraqi forces, and we have allocated funds to support system" rel="">support Iraqi forces and efforts to return displaced persons and Stability, and we affirm our support system" rel="">support for Iraq's progress in its reforms. " 

 

“Iraq is on the stage of construction and reconstruction and investment”???!!!

 

:backflip:       :backflip:       :backflip:

 

What possibly could Abadi mean by THAT???!!!

 

I could be way off but I still think the IQD revalue would need to occur before major reconstruction and foreign investment gets underway since I am thinking Iraq would need to go to an open economy with their IQD out of trade restrictions as a full WTO partner so there are no impediments to raising the Iraqi citizen’s standard of living to prevent sectarian violence and Civil War. The closed economy where IQD is exchanged for USD to pay international obligations would be a huge drag especially with the current corruption. I suspect this corruption is being cleaned up at light speed and the currency auctions will need to be abruptly stopped like about now (maybe?).

 

Just food for thought and my :twocents:

 

In the mean time....................

 

Go Moola Nova (YEAH, BABY!!!)!!!

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