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First thing she mentioned on the video is the 4 vacant ministries after 1 year

of the elections.

 

Come on Iraq get your act together. The whole world is waiting.

 

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Halabousi: The naming of ministers of defense, justice and education has been resolved .. And the interior is in place

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25-05-2019 07:57 PM

 

Baghdad

 

The head of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbusi, on Thursday, that vacant ministerial posts were resolved without the internal that remained in place.

 

"The US embassy in Baghdad has informed the government that it is the reason for the Iraqi mediation between Washington and Tehran to resolve the issue of sanctions," Halaboussi told al-Madar.

 

He added: 'The issue of candidates for the ministries of defense, justice and education have been resolved between the political blocs, but the interior is in place'.

 

Halaboussi pointed out that 'the post of adviser to the Prime Minister for Security Affairs' will be abolished.

May 25, 2019 at 11:11 AM | 
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8 minutes ago, Carrello said:

Halabousi: The naming of ministers of defense, justice and education has been resolved .. And the interior is in place

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25-05-2019 07:57 PM

 

Baghdad

 

The head of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbusi, on Thursday, that vacant ministerial posts were resolved without the internal that remained in place.

 

"The US embassy in Baghdad has informed the government that it is the reason for the Iraqi mediation between Washington and Tehran to resolve the issue of sanctions," Halaboussi told al-Madar.

 

He added: 'The issue of candidates for the ministries of defense, justice and education have been resolved between the political blocs, but the interior is in place'.

 

Halaboussi pointed out that 'the post of adviser to the Prime Minister for Security Affairs' will be abolished.

May 25, 2019 at 11:11 AM | 

Thanks carrello, 

Good news.!

This is what I call progress. 

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Laid Back, looks to me that the USA is coming down on the auctions according to the great article you posted yesterday, and the above article sounds like something came out of our Baghdad embassy that put their feet to the fire. Threat of sanctions is working its magic. How do you get a camel to move? Sanction him.

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9 minutes ago, Carrello said:

Laid Back, looks to me that the USA is coming down on the auctions according to the great article you posted yesterday, and the above article sounds like something came out of our Baghdad embassy that put their feet to the fire. Threat of sanctions is working its magic. How do you get a camel to move? Sanction him.

Totally agree Carrello,

The pressure is ON the CBI.

“The warning came during a visit of the Assistant Secretary of Treasury Billingsley, when he met with the finance minister and the governor of the Iraqi central bank, they were told that the Iraqi funds “oil revenues” kept by the DFI Fund and transferred to Iraq each year worth 8 billion dollars in the form of cash that their value will be reduced to an unknown number.”

The USA was very clear ..... No more hard currency to the Iranian regime.

I’m starting to believe the pressure from USA could accelerate the RV process 

 

Go RV sooner than later 

Go $1:1

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2019/05/26 13:22
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Ali al-Tamimi: There is no justification for the extension of the work of the United Nations Mission in Iraq

BAGHDAD / The obituary: Ali Jaber al-Tamimi wrote:

To extend the work of the United Nations UNAMI in Iraq under Security Council resolution 2470 until May next year .. The decision is focused on amending the Constitution, reconciliation and reconstruction .. It is a decision taken by the Security Council each year at the request of Iraq .... I see no justification for extension, especially after The exit of Iraq from Chapter VII The presence of this mission suggests that Iraq is still a state incomplete sovereignty ... Or on the lips .. Chapter VII ... This Baath has been working in Iraq since 2003 resolution 1500 Security Council and because ... The resolution stressed the Helping Iraq deal with external threats and I think it will have any role to play in the international conflict in the region ...

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 money and business


Economy News _ Baghdad

The foreign direct investment report issued by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) revealed that the Arab region attracted investments of $ 30.8 billion in 2018. 
Globally, foreign investments fell by 13 percent in 2018 to $ 1.3 trillion from 2017, The United States attracted more than $ 252 billion in foreign investment, followed by China and Hong Kong at $ 139 billion and $ 116 billion. 
Japan was the most heavily indebted country for foreign investment, investing about $ 143 billion worldwide, followed by China with $ 130 billion. 
The UAE and Saudi Arabia were among the most active countries in the world. Saudi Arabia invested about $ 21 billion and UAE investments reached $ 15 billion in 2018.
In terms of attracting Arab investments, the figures show that the UAE and Egypt were the most attractive for investments, while Qatar and Iraq were least attractive to foreign investments. 
Arab countries 
: $ 10.4 billion 
Egypt: $ 6.8 billion 
Oman: $ 4.2 billion 
Morocco: $ 3.6 billion 
Saudi Arabia: $ 3.2 billion 
Lebanon: $ 2.9 billion 
Bahrain: $ 1.51 billion 
Algeria: $ 1.5 billion 
Sudan: $ 1.13 billion 
Tunisia: $ 1 billion 
Jordan: $ 950 million 
Kuwait: $ 346 million 
Djibouti: $ 265 million 
Mauritania: $ 71 million


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Dr.. Bashir Al-Haddad discusses with the United Nations mission in Baghdad, the priorities of the work of the House of Representatives and emphasize the suppor t of the international community to Iraq in the stage of construction and reconstruction
 June 25, 2019

Dr. Basheer al-Haddad, Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives received on Tuesday, 2019/6/25, at his official office in Baghdad Mr. Menoj Mathieu, Head of the Political Department of the United Nations Mission in Iraq and the accompanying delegation. During the meeting, they discussed the latest developments in the political and security situation on the Iraqi arena and priorities The work of the House of Representatives in the next phase.
He also praised the UN mission's mandate to extend its work in Iraq to 31 May 2020, as well as the role of the Mission in its humanitarian work towards the Iraqi people. "Iraq fought on behalf of the world the most powerful terrorist organization in the region, Today, the international community must support Iraq in the stage of reconstruction and reconstruction after the destruction and war. The House of Representatives has priorities in the coming stage. We will work with the current government to stabilize security and stability, face challenges to deal with files and approve laws and legislations and provide basic services to citizens in all areas. Governorates, and the end of the IDP camps file and the fight against all forms of financial and administrative corruption and to provide job opportunities for unemployed youth and the reconstruction of infrastructure. "
The head of the political department in the mission, expressed his pleasure in holding this fruitful meeting, reviewing the political and security scene in Iraq and the progress achieved at various levels, stressing the keenness of the UN mission to continue the implementation of humanitarian assistance programs and support the Iraqi government in performing its tasks to promote the chances of stability and prosperity desired.

Media Office of the Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives 
25 June 2019

http://ar.parliament.iq/2019/06/25/د-بشير-الحداد-يبحث-مع-بعثة-الأمم-المتحد/

 

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Wednesday 26 June

Haddad and the UN mission discuss the international community's support for Iraq
Baghdad / Al-Sabah

 
 
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The second deputy speaker of the House of Representatives Bashir Haddad on Tuesday discussed with the head of the Political Department of the UN Mission in Iraq, Menoj Matthew, the support of the international community for Iraq and the latest developments and developments in the political and security situation in the country. Victory is achieved on the forces of evil and darkness.
A statement from his office, received by the "morning," that "at the beginning of the meeting, Smith welcomed the visit of Matthew, and valued the decision of the United Nations mission to extend its work in Iraq to 2020, as well as the role of the mission to provide humanitarian work towards the Iraqi people.
"Iraq has fought on behalf of the world the most powerful terrorist gangs in the region, and today the international community must support Iraq in the stage of reconstruction and reconstruction after destruction and war," Haddad said.
"Working with the current government to stabilize security and stability, face challenges to deal with files, approve laws and legislations, provide basic services to citizens in all governorates, end the IDP file and fight all forms of corruption," said a member of the Presidency. Financial, administrative and employment opportunities for unemployed youth and reconstruction of infrastructure. "
For his part, the head of the political department in the mission, "the political and security scene in Iraq and the development at various levels," stressing "the keenness of the United Nations mission to continue the implementation of humanitarian assistance programs and support the Iraqi government in the performance of its functions to promote opportunities for stability and prosperity desired.
On the other hand, Haddad participated in an exhibition of photographs of the martyrs of the popular crowd, under the slogan "The Supreme Reference Fatwa and the Blood of the Martyrs We Triumphed", which was held in the courtyard of the House of Representatives, to the Committee of Martyrs, Victims and Parliamentary Political Prisoners, The wise reference and the establishment of the popular crowd.
"Without the sacrifice of all these heroes, victory will not be achieved against the forces of evil and darkness," he said. "Iraqis are now living in a state of security and stability thanks to the blood of the martyrs."

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Maybe Iraq is not the least favorite but definitely ranks near the bottom based on this statistic:

 

Iraq is the 168 least corrupt nation out of 175 countries, according to the 2018 Corruption Perceptions Index reported by Transparency International. Corruption Rank in Iraq averaged 162.19 from 2003 until 2018, reaching an all time high of 178 in 2007 and a record low of 113 in 2003.

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Tomorrow .. A delegation from the UN Security Council to visit Baghdad

Political | 09:47 - 28/06/2019

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
A UN Security Council delegation will visit Baghdad on Saturday, the foreign ministry announced on Friday. 
"A delegation from the UN Security Council is visiting Baghdad on Saturday in response to an invitation from the Iraqi government," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmad al-Sahaf said in a statement received by Mawazine News. "The visit comes to confirm their support for Iraq's continued stability, Reconstruction ". 
"The members of the Security Council will meet with Iraqi political leaders, which confirms Iraq's sovereignty, security and territorial integrity," Al-Sahaf said, adding that "the visit of members of the Security Council to Baghdad will also be within the framework of supporting Iraq, .anthy 29/6 n

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Release date: 2019/6/28 10:52 • 348 times read
Members of the UN Security Council tomorrow in Baghdad
(Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Members of the UN Security Council, tomorrow, the capital Baghdad.
"The visit of the members of the Security Council to confirm their support for the continuation of Iraq's efforts to stabilize and reconstruction," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmed al-Sahaf said in a statement received by the agency {Euphrates News} copy today. 
He pointed out that "the visit of the members of the Security Council will be to Baghdad tomorrow in support of Iraq and is pursuing a balanced vision to strengthen its international standing." 
"The visit of members of the Security Council to Baghdad bears a clear indication of the active and effective role of Iraqi diplomacy."
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I wonder if tomorrow, June 29, 2019, during the visit of the UN Security Council Members, the "last" "concrete" "barrier" IN Baghdad WILL BE "symbolically" "removed" AS ADVERTISED EARLIER???!!!

 

4 hours ago, yota691 said:

"The visit comes to confirm their support system" rel="">support for Iraq's continued stability, Reconstruction ". 
"The members of the Security Council will meet with Iraqi political leaders, which confirms Iraq's sovereignty, security and territorial integrity,"

 

3 hours ago, yota691 said:

The visit of members of the Security Council to Baghdad bears a clear indication of the active and effective role of Iraqi diplomacy."

 

Maybe BABY the Bicraqi Iraqi ARE SIGNING OFF ON COMPLETING PAST UN Security Council Resolutions In a Big Ole "CEREMONY"???!!!

 

WE SHALL SEE - TOMORROW!!!

 

Well, OK, THIS IS Bicraqi Iraqi time so maybe BABY the LAST "ceremonial" "removal" OF THEE LAST "concrete" "barrier" IN Baghdad BEFORE the UN Security Council Members LEAVE Baghdad???!!!

 

HOPE SO!!!

 

:backflip:   :backflip:   :backflip:

 

YYYEEEAAAHHH BBBAAABBBYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Go Moola Nova!

:pirateship:

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Maybe they have the International  Rate to Go live on the 1st or the 15th on the UN Site...Just my opinion Ofcourse 

 

 

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Maybe they have the International  Rate to Go live on the 1st or the 15th on the UN Site...Just my opinion Ofcourse 

 

 

Signing off on the Contracts also

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Tons of positive new with a ton of positive action, you cannot say that too often.  :lol:

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Today .. Members of the Security Council in Baghdad

 
Baghdad / Al-Sabah 
Members of the UN Security Council on Saturday will pay a special visit to the capital, Baghdad, to confirm their support for Iraq's efforts to stabilize.
"The visit of members of the UN Security Council comes to confirm their support for the continuation of Iraq's efforts in stability and reconstruction," Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmad al-Sahaf said in a statement received by Al-Sabah: "The visit of members of the Security Council will be to Baghdad (Saturday) "The visit of members of the Security Council to Baghdad bears a clear indication of the active and effective role of Iraqi diplomacy." On the other hand, international news agencies reported that Canadian Defense Minister Hargit Sagan, General Jenny Carignan was appointed commander of the NATO mission Tu "in Iraq.
Karenin will be the second commander of the mission since its inception, the first woman to serve in this position. She has served in the Canadian army since 1986, and before her appointment to lead the mission in Iraq, she was the commander of the second division of the Canadian armed forces. She has also served in Bosnia, the Golan Heights and Afghanistan. To replace the other Canadian general Danny Fortino as commander of the mission, which includes some 580 soldiers, including 250 Canadians, which has been training the Iraqi armed forces since last fall.
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The UN Security Council delegation will visit Baghdad on Saturday 

 

The capital Baghdad will host members of the UN Security Council on Saturday for a one-day visit at the invitation of the government. 


"This is a historic visit that comes in line with Iraq's intention to promote its international start, its effectiveness and its growing diplomatic activity in achieving openness to the world,"  Foreign Ministry spokesman Ahmad al-Sahaf said in a statement. Guided by the fundamental principles of the Charter of the United Nations, one of its founders. " 


"It also marks the contents of this visit to success in efforts to extend security, stability and reconstruction, as well as to assert the sovereignty, unity and integrity of Iraq."


"Iraq expresses the importance of this visit to an important organ of the United Nations because of its pivotal role in maintaining peace, security and the resolution of international issues through political means. It believes that its role must be strengthened and its functions effectively discharged; Suffer from the region. " 


He revealed that "the visit includes meetings with Presidents Barham Salih, the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbusi, the Council of Ministers Adel Abdul Mahdi, and representatives of the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq."

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Thanks DWS. 

Sure hope the parliamentarians don’t spend too much time voting on the education minister, :lmao: while the UN is there to watch them go live globally. 

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UN Security Council delegation arrives in Baghdad

Political | 08:45 - 29/06/2019

 
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BAGHDAD - 
The Security Council delegation arrived in Baghdad on Saturday. 
An informed source told Mawazine News that a delegation from the UN Security Council arrived this morning in the capital Baghdad. 
A spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, Ahmad al-Sahaf, said earlier that a delegation from the UN Security Council to visit Baghdad on Saturday, in response to an invitation by the Iraqi government, indicating that the visit comes to confirm their support for the continuation of Iraq's efforts to stabilize and reconstruction. 
Al-Sahaf explained that the visit of members of the Security Council to Baghdad will also be in the context of supporting Iraq, which is based on a balanced vision to strengthen its international standing. He stressed that the members of the Security Council will meet with the Iraqi political leaders. This confirms Iraq's sovereignty, security and territorial integrity.

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Editorial date:: 2019/6/29 8:46 • 332 times read
UN Security Council delegation arrives in Baghdad
(Baghdad: al-Furat News) The delegation of the UN Security Council arrived, Saturday, to the capital Baghdad.
A source familiar with, told the {Euphrates News}, "a delegation from the Security Council arrived this morning, to the capital Baghdad." 
The source added that "the visit comes in response to an invitation by the Iraqi government." 
The spokesman for the Foreign Ministry, Ahmad al-Sahaf, said earlier that a delegation from the UN Security Council to visit Baghdad on Saturday, in response to an invitation by the Iraqi government, indicating that the visit comes to confirm their support for the continuation of Iraq's efforts to stabilize and reconstruction.
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Saleh: Iraq is serious about its desire to settle international issues through political means

Political | 01:09 - 29/06/2019

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
President Barham Saleh said on Saturday that Iraq is serious about settling international issues through political means by encouraging dialogue between all parties. 
"During his meeting with the rotating president of the UN Security Council, Mansour al-Atbi and a number of members of the Security Council, he stressed Iraq's keenness to contribute to constructive efforts to consolidate stability in the region," Saleh's press office said in a statement received by Mawazine News. 
"Iraq is keen to maintain contacts and consultations with the UN Security Council to promote peace and security in the region," he said, adding that "Iraq seeks to play its role at the regional and international levels, and contribute to constructive efforts to stabilize stability and serious desire to resolve international issues through political means through Encouraging dialogue among all parties. "
Saleh stressed that "the Iraqis have won the terrorism and liberated their cities and in front of them large tasks for the purpose of maintaining unity and prosperity, and this will not be achieved without the support and assistance of international organizations and brothers and friends."  
In turn, the periodic president of the Security Council, according to the statement, expressed his "support and the international organization for the Iraqi people and his government and sovereignty, praising the balanced policy pursued by Iraq and keen to abide by the decisions of the Security Council, which demonstrates the validity of its political path and its openness to the regional environment and countries. 
"Saleh reviewed with the delegation the latest developments and developments in the political situation at the regional and international levels, regional crises and the need for joint action to end crises and tensions," the statement said.

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