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Rouhani: Iran, Iraq will not need foreign currency in foreign trade

12 March 2019 10:37 (UTC+04:00)
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By using national currencies in trade, Iran and Iraq will not need to use foreign currencies, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said during his meeting with Iraqi President Barham Salih in Baghdad, Trend reports referring to ILNA.

According to Rouhani, the Central Banks of the two countries should be strengthened and trade cooperation should be developed in this direction.

The Iranian president noted that Iran and Iraq can vastly broaden their relations in various fields, including energy, transportation, commodity transit, maximum utilization of the resources of the border Arvandrud river (known in Iraq as Shatt al-Arab), uniting the railways of both countries, and pilgrimages.

According to Rouhani, the necessary conditions should be formed for customs, border and quality standards for the development of economic and trade relations between the two countries.

"Establishment of industrial parks on the borders of both countries and the strengthening of border markets can prove to be effective in the development of bilateral relations," he said.

Rouhani added that Iran is ready to encourage Iran's private sector to transport its technical and engineering services to Iraq and invest in Iraq.

Rouhani added that Iran is ready to provide Iraq with its technical and engineering services, and is ready to encourage its private sector to invest in Iraq.

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Are they still using USD now because of sanction postponment? so what currency will they use ? Trainloads of dinar and rial ? Can you imagine of logistical nightmare ?  It will all be the same worldwide --electronic $ transfers backed by gold 

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Iran wants to turn Iraq into another Lebanon

Abdulrahman al-Rashed

The visit of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani to Baghdad this week — his first since he took office six years ago — comes amid heavy pressure on the Iraqis exerted by the Tehran regime, which wants to use Iraq as an escape route away from American sanctions. Given these pressures and threats, do we have to worry that Iraq will become an Iranian satellite?

Tehran succeeded in entering the Iraqi arena following the fall of Saddam Hussein’s regime. Since then, it has participated in marginalizing the US presence through its support of Sunni and Shiite armed groups.

Iran now intends to turn Iraq into another “banana republic,” just like Lebanon; subsequently exploiting it with the recruitment of militants who would fight on its behalf around the world, as they are currently doing in Syria under Gen. Qassem Soleimani’s command. It also wants Iraq to become its financial agent, funding Lebanon’s Hezbollah and Bashar Assad’s Syrian government with billions of dollars.

Iran does not wish Iraq to have a strong authority, but rather be a weak state like Lebanon, governed by militias like Asa’ib Ahl Al-Haq. However, Iraq is a big country that has its own interests and aspirations, which are incompatible with the interests and ideas of the extremist religious regime in Tehran.

Furthermore, Iran is a country under siege, whileIraq is open to the world. Today, Iraq enjoys its best relations and circumstances since 1990,and is in a transitional phase of development that will drive it to become one of the wealthiest countries in the region. It can play an independent, sovereign and free role without being subservient or subordinate to any other country.

Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi is well aware of Iraq’s status, and he knows well the available options. Abdul-Mahdi knows that Rouhani wants him to give up his country’s interests after he said in Tehran on Monday: “We have supported the Iraqi people in their difficult days.” However,Iran would have escaped the US siege had it agreed to abandon its nuclear project, and stopped exporting chaos and rebellions, as well as its foreign military interventions. So why should the Iraqis pay for Tehran’s extremist policies?

Tehran is now more besieged than ever: Its oil tankers are abandoned in the middle of oceans, it cannot use the US dollar when selling its carpets, pistachios and vegetables, and it has been deserted even by China and Russia, the two countries on whose support it was counting in its preparations for the confrontation with the US. Indeed, Iran was not forced to fight these battles: Rather, its regime is the one that chose to play the role of the villain in the region, which is why it is facing this situation and a siege like the one Saddam faced in the past.

Iraqis must now realize that what is going on is an international battle, and they will lose all that they have achieved since stability and state authority returned to Baghdad.

Rouhani, Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif, Soleimani and all Iran’s senior officials who have visited Baghdad want Iraq to become a subordinate satellite state. Lebanon is a clear example, as it has been fighting and suffering on behalf of Iran since the 1980s. Iraq will not be luckier than the current, divided Lebanon if it falls under Iranian control.

 

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2 hours ago, Floridian said:

 

I don't know what I'm looking at.  Does this mean the Dinar went to 655.50 to the dollar and then back to 1191 to the dollar?

 

 

It SURE Looks Like THAT, Floridian, AND The Best Of Your Evening To You!!! :tiphat:

 

Go Moola Nova!

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1 minute ago, Synopsis said:

 

It SURE Looks Like THAT, Floridian, AND The Best Of Your Evening To You!!! :tiphat:

 

Go Moola Nova!

:pirateship:

 

 

WOW!  Testing???

Something's gotta happen soon.

Too much going on that never "went on" before.

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Sistani Rohani: We welcome any step that strengthens Iraq's relations with its neighbors according to the interests of both sides

Political | 04:09 - 13/03/2019

 
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BAGHDAD (Reuters) - 
Supreme religious authority Ayatollah Ali al-Husseini al-Sistani met with Iranian President Hassan Rowhani on Wednesday to welcome any move to strengthen Iraq's relations with its neighbors according to the interests of both sides. 
"Mr. Sistani received this afternoon, Iranian President Hassan Rowhani and the delegation accompanying him," noting that "Rowhani, explained to Mr. Sistani, part of the results of his talks with Iraqi officials," the Information Office of the Supreme Religious Reference Office said in a statement received by Mawazine News. , And what has been reached with them in the framework of developing friendly relations and good neighborly relations between the two countries. " 
"He welcomed Sistani," welcomed any step in order to strengthen Iraq's relations with its neighbors according to the interests of both parties and on the basis of respect for the sovereignty of States and non-interference in their internal affairs, "noting that"
He referred to the "great sacrifices made by the heroic Iraqis in the victory over this terrorist organization and the removal of its danger from the entire region," referring to "the role of friends in achieving this." 
He pointed out that "the most important challenges facing Iraq at this stage is to combat corruption and improve public services and arms inventory by the state and its security apparatus," expressing "the hope that the Iraqi government to make acceptable progress in these areas." 
He stressed that "regional and international policies in this sensitive region must be balanced and moderate in order to avoid further tragedies and damage to their peoples."

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Legal Adviser: The conclusion of agreements between Iraq and Iran is the authority of the Prime Minister

Political | 10:25 - 13/03/2019

 
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Baghdad Mawazine News 
Legal adviser Ahmed Mohamed Abadi said that the negotiation of agreements with Iran and the signing of the authority of the Prime Minister and this is provided in Article 80 item VI of the Iraqi Constitution. 
"It provides for the negotiation, signature or authorization of international treaties and agreements," he said. 
Abadi said that "the House of Representatives is concerned with the organization of the process of ratification of international treaties and conventions concluded by the Prime Minister and this is provided for in Article 61 item IV: - Organization of the process of ratification of international treaties and conventions, a law enacted by a two-thirds majority of members of the House of Representatives. 
" this agreement after it is signed by the Prime Minister to the approval of the House of Representatives and then be subject to approval by the President of the Republic. " 
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Editorial Date: 2019/3/14 11:08 • 148 times read
Iran reveals special payment mechanism to meet payments and dues with Iraq
The governor of the Central Bank of Iran Abdul Nasser Hamti, revealed a special payment mechanism to meet payments and dues with Iraq.
My concern is that canceling the dollar deal with other countries is an important outcome of Iran's new trade strategy. 
"The economic and trade process between Iran and Iraq and neighboring countries such as Turkey, Azerbaijan and Afghanistan shows a shift in the composition of export goods and services and targeted commercial markets," he said on his return from Iraq, which he visited within the delegation of Iranian President Sheikh Hassan Rowhani. 
Hamati pointed to restrictions on the financial exchange between Iran and Iraq because of the US embargo, which in turn held banking relations between the two countries' banks. However, payments and export receivables will be met through a special payment mechanism.
Rowhani told a press conference after arriving in Tehran on Wednesday after concluding his three-day visit to Iraq that the two countries had held talks on banking affairs, adopted the two national currencies in many exchanges and facilitated banking relations. The two countries also reached good understandings on security issues. As well as their views on many important issues
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History of edits:: 2019/3/13 23:06  1513 once readable
Rouhani arrives in Tehran and reveals important agreements concluded with Iraq
Iranian President Hassan Rowhani arrived in Tehran on Tuesday after a three-day official visit.
"The two brotherly peoples of Iran and Iraq have strong ties and no power in the world can make a gap between them," Rowhani said when he arrived at Mehrabad airport in Tehran Wednesday evening. 
"The visit included talks and understanding on a number of issues and trade matters, such as reducing or eliminating tariffs on certain goods, establishing joint industrial cities and energy and facilitating the granting of commercial visas," he said. 
"The role of activists and traders is gaining importance for both sides. Iraq has returned as the main export terminal of Iran in the world and the two countries have strong ties," Rowhani said.
"The two countries have held talks on banking, the adoption of the two national currencies in many exchanges and facilitation of banking relations. The two countries have reached good understandings on security and regional issues, and their views are convergent on many important issues," he said. 
He noted that he "touched the vitality of the Iraqi people during this visit thanks to the strong ties between the two peoples and no power in the world can make a hurdle and foment the conflict between the Iranian and Iraqi people." 
"In this visit, he stressed the need to develop bilateral relations in the future into trilateral and quadripartite parties and discuss them with other countries which can play a role in these relations," he said. 
"This visit can be a turning point in relations and further consolidation in the future for the benefit of both peoples and countries," Rohani concluded.
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US report analyzes Sistani meeting - Rouhani .. What messages you get?

US report analyzes Sistani meeting - Rouhani .. What messages you get?
 



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The Washington Post reported several messages in the meeting that brought together Iraq's top Shiite cleric Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani and Iranian President Hassan Rowhani on Wednesday. 
According to the source, the Najaf meeting sends a message that the religious, cultural and economic ties linking Iran to Iraq will not be affected by US efforts to isolate Tehran. 
The meeting with the Shiite authority, after Rohani and Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, signed agreements to promote trade exchange, as well as the establishment of a rail line between the two countries and the removal of restrictions on the movement of tourists and investors. 
"Iran agreed to return to a 1975 agreement on the two countries' sharing of an important water resource. The Iranian side thanked Baghdad for not joining the US sanctions imposed by Washington following its withdrawal from the nuclear agreement in 2015," he said.
In May 2018, US President Donald Trump announced his country's withdrawal from the nuclear deal signed by Iran with six superpowers. The White House attributed the decision to Tehran not to stop its hostile behavior in the Middle East. 
According to a researcher at the European Council on Foreign Relations, a London-based think tank, he said that meetings between Iranian officials and their Iraqi counterparts show that the Iraqi government is unwilling to take part in the US-led crackdown on Iran. 
A statement issued by Sistani's office said the supreme authority welcomed "any move to strengthen Iraq's relations with its neighbors ... based on respect for the sovereignty of states and non-interference in their internal affairs." 
He added that: "The most important challenges facing Iraq is to combat corruption and improve public services and arms inventory by the state and its security services."
This statement was widely interpreted, and many saw it as a warning to the militias, which were supported by money and equipment from Iran, and had previously attributed their activities to fighting the terrorist organization. 
Iran's Revolutionary Guards have dominated Tehran and Baghdad for years, and military officials have recently criticized President Rowhani as weak in the face of US pressure following the withdrawal from the nuclear deal. 
In the message sent to the Americans, the International Crisis Group expert Ali Hafez said that Washington should recognize that Tehran has the privilege of soft power in Iraq, something that the United States has not. 
If Washington wants to compete with Tehran in Iraq, the United States is called upon to help Baghdad become more independent in its decision, Hafez said.

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14-03-2019 12:35 PM
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Baghdad

The leader of the Badr Karim Organization called on Iraqi politicians to be more concerned about Iraq's interests in their negotiations with the countries of the region, pointing out that the Islamic Republic of Iran wants Iraq to be its economic head after the strong embargo imposed by the United States.

"The visit of Iranian President Hassan Rowhani to Iraq in this difficult situation in which Iran is suffering from a major economic embargo imposed by the United States came to find an economic lung that Iran breathes and helps it to overcome its economic plight now, Until you go to Iraq with official visits. "

Al-Nuri stressed that "the Iraqi politician should negotiate with the Iranian side with integrity and be careful about the interests of the country as the Iranian delegations came to seek the interests of their country." He pointed out that "there are outstanding problems between the two sides since the outbreak of the Iran-Iraq war and today, Solutions to these problems ".

"There are 5 million Iranians entering Iraq throughout the year, which could feed the Iraqi budget with huge funds if its revenues are used properly," he said. "There should be a reward for relations between Iraq and the rest of the other countries."

 
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Baghdad:

 During his meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rowhani, the Supreme Leader of Iraq, Ali al-Sistani, stressed his country's need to respect the sovereignty of states and non-interference in their internal affairs.

The Sistani office said in a statement issued that "Sistani received this afternoon, Iranian President Hassan Rowhani and his delegation, and Rowhani explained to Sistani part of the results of his talks with Iraqi officials, and what has been reached with them in the framework of the development of friendly relations and good neighborly relations between the two countries "He said.

According to the office, Sistani said during the meeting "welcome any step in order to strengthen Iraq's relations with its neighbors according to the interests of both parties, and on the basis of respect for the sovereignty of States and non-interference in their internal affairs."

The highest Shiite reference in Iraq that "the fateful war waged by the Iraqi people to defeat the aggression Aldashi, recalling the great sacrifices made by the heroic Iraqis to win this organization and the removal of the danger from the region as a whole.

Sistani stressed that "the most important challenges facing Iraq at this stage is the fight against corruption and improve public services and arms inventory by the state and its security services," and expressed his hope "to achieve the Iraqi government acceptable progress in these areas."

The reference to "the need for regional and international policies in this sensitive area of balance and moderation, to avoid their people more tragedies and damage."

Rowhani's visit to Sistani raised questions about the nature and causes of the attack and whether the Supreme Shiite cleric had removed his isolation from the meeting of politicians.

Sistani refuses to meet any of the political leaders, whether Iraqis or others for years, has not received so far President Barham Saleh, nor Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, or any of the leaders of the political blocs, despite repeated attempts by some personalities to meet, according to media Local.

Rohani arrived last morning in the capital Baghdad on an official visit, the first since he took office, and held several meetings with the three Iraqi presidencies, and signed trade and economic agreements between the two countries.

Traffic passes for (737) MAX aircraft in Iraqi airspace 

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Pres. Rouhani: Iran, Iraq will not need foreign currency in foreign trade
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Published on Mar 14, 2019
Iranian President, Hassan Rouhani, says Tehran and Baghdad have made important agreements to boost their relations. 

Rouhani said he held talks with Iraqi officials about using the two countries’ currencies in financial transactions. He said the two sides also agreed to make visa requirements free of charge for their citizens. Rouhani said no power in the world is able to separate the two Muslim nations as they share many cultural and historical values. The Iranian president made the remarks upon arrival in Tehran following his three-day visit to Iraq.

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With every other body part and organ mentioned in the Arabish translations of news articles , I can’t recall in any of those articles through the years of anyone ever needing a BRAIN to getting things done.

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Revision date: 2019/3/14 22:01 • 439 times read
A representative of the supreme authority calls for the implementation of memorandums of understanding with Iran as soon as possible
{International: Euphrates News} The representative of the Supreme Religious Reference in Iran, Mr. Jawad al-Shahristani, to implement the memorandums of understanding between Iraq and Iran as soon as possible.
The Iranian official news agency IRNA said that Shahristani met with Iranian Minister of Industry, Mining and Trade Reza Rahmani and stressed the implementation of memorandums of understanding signed between the two countries during the recent visit of Iranian President Hassan Rowhani and the accompanying delegation to Iraq. 
"Iraq and Iran are two countries and two countries," Shahristani said, calling for "the implementation of the documents of understanding signed during President Rohani's visit as soon as possible." 
He said that "the infrastructure in the field of air transport provides favorable conditions for the development of economic exchange with other countries," calling for filling the relevant gaps in both countries. " 
Iranian President Hassan Rowhani, and his delegation ended Wednesday his visit to Iraq, which lasted 3 Days have concluded 22 agreements and memorandum of understanding with the Iraqi side in many different areas
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Baghdad / News

BAGHDAD (Reuters) - Iraqi politicians and experts said on Monday it was difficult for Baghdad to be dragged behind what Tehran wanted to drag Baghdad into its battle with the United States, noting that it was harmful to sign agreements with Iran provided Iraq was not threatened with sanctions. That more indulgences with Iran would make him lose a lot of Americans, especially that Iraq practically needs the United States.

MP Abdullah al-Kharbit said in a statement quoted by Asharq Al-Awsat that "the vision on which Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is based on such matters confirms that he will not be dragged into what might be contrary to the Iraqi interest. Therefore, A number of agreements with the Iranian side without putting our country under the threat of embargo or embargo imposed on Iran, "noting that" Abdul Mahdi is realistic and not emotional, knowing that Iraq currently needs Iranian gas and Iranian electricity and not for such needs alternative in the foreseeable future.

He added that "regardless of the nature of the confrontation between the United States and Iran, there is a fact that must be recognized by all parties in the region is that Iraq has begun to recover and become an axis not an affiliate, so Hassan Rowhani will not take us, but will discuss all relevant topics including The US embargo imposed on his country with the Iraqi side, and during the talks that will be held with the three presidents Barham Saleh, President of the Republic and Adel Abdul Mahdi, Prime Minister and Mohamed Halbusi, Speaker of Parliament.

"Everyone is now embarrassed, including the Americans and the Iranians, so Iraq can use this situation in its favor in any way," Kharbit said.

For his part, President of the Center for Political Thought Ihsan al-Shammari, that "the visit is a watershed point in the nature of relations between Iraq and Iran, especially in light of the timing of this visit, which comes in the context of the escalation of international mobilization towards Iran, and this explains to us that Iran aims at the heavy weight on the level The Iraqi interior at all levels, including the recent shuttle visits by a number of Iranian officials, "noting that" Iraq is no longer the economic lung, but the political lung, and Iraq has become a meeting point with many of the opponents with Iran significantly. " He added that "Iran has begun to consider using this political lung towards normalization of relations with the United States, and may be re-scenario that Baghdad is the space for a round of negotiations between Washington and Tehran in connection with the nuclear file and its amendments."

Shammari said that "the nature of the concessions or what will be presented by Rouhani in the amendment of the Algiers agreement between Iraq and Iran in 1975 will be a very important aspect, as Iran could be part of the support that can be provided by Iran to the government of Abdul Mahdi," revealing "the possibility of A waiver of space from the Shatt al-Arab to Iraq on the grounds that what did not get enemies in the war can be received by friends now, which means that Iran wants to deliver a message to Washington that Iraq could be prepared to be within the Iranian territory, It is difficult because Iraq is well aware that more indulgences with Iran will make it lose a lot Arkiya ".

Al-Shammari said that "Iraq will not be part of the economic war on Iran, although Iraq is always seeking exceptions by the American side, which makes him always in a difficult position."

The Iraqi economist Abdul Rahman al-Shammari believes that "Iraq is not qualified to be part of the economic war between America and Iran, given the need for Iraq to the United States of America," noting that "despite what is said about the trade exchange between Iraq and Iran, it will not exceed 7 billion Of which about $ 2 billion and $ 900,000 are purchases of electricity and gas while the remaining $ 5 billion is the trade of a private sector of different goods and materials, while the situation with America is very different. "

Al-Shammari said that "America gives Iraq more than two billion dollars is a credit facilities for the Ministry of Defense in the form of training and processing and always placed in the financial budget of Iraq and US companies import about 16 percent of Iraqi oil, as well as that the Iraqi airspace is under US protection , As well as Iraqi funds abroad are under the protection of the United States, "noting that" the IMF and the World Bank is under US control and Iraq needs these two institutions, so Iraq is unable to be a party to the economic battle because the threat of Trump is clear that all of the Wen with Iran will apply to what it applies to the siege. "

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Baghdad / News

Iran's President Hassan Rowhani aims to send messages to the United States, which insists on stifling the Iranian regime's resources. He also wants to dispel Iranian suspicions about Iraq's stance on US sanctions and trade ties with Tehran, especially since he came to Baghdad to save Iran politically and economically.

Iranian President Hassan Rowhani's plane landed for the first time in Baghdad today, while his government is subjected to the most internal and external pressure on the backdrop of the withdrawal of the administration of US President Donald Trump from the nuclear agreement and taking unprecedented measures to isolate Iran economically and politically with a view to modifying its behavior and containing its threat to regional stability. The government, which includes a number of ministers after the government media launched a campaign on the importance of the timing of the visit. "

He also wants to dispel Iranian suspicions about Iraq's position on US sanctions and trade relations with Tehran, which does not want to compromise Iraq's geostrategic position, as well as its share of the Iraqi market. And work on agreements to cut the way for competitors.

Iran has been betting on multiple plans to circumvent US sanctions at a time when economic reports indicate a decline in living conditions and a collapse of markets as the first anniversary of the US withdrawal approaches the nuclear deal.

Iranian media have launched a campaign to rally public opinion and marketing for Rohani's visit. They have agreed on the importance of agreements that Rohani's team is trying to persuade Iraqi officials to sign with his country and return with a new formula from Baghdad that would give Tehran an outlet for American pressure.

The last high-level government delegation arrived in the Iraqi capital headed by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif last Saturday, on the first mission after retreating from his controversial resignation, which showed The depth of differences between the decision-making circles and between the government and parallel bodies.

This is Rawhani's first visit to Iraq, followed by the implementation of the second package of US sanctions in early November and the Warsaw Conference on the Middle East mid-last month, which put double pressure on the Iranian government.

Rohani said last week that his country is in a state of war, pointing out that he asked the Iranian leader Ali Khamenei to lead Iran in the psychological and economic war, in reference to the internal pressures suffered by the government as a result of the deteriorating economic situation.

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President of the Iranian Central: We will receive the money of our exports from Iraq despite sanctions
 
President of the Iranian Central: We will receive the money of our exports from Iraq despite sanctions



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The abolition of the dollar from Iranian economic exchanges with the region and the world, one of the most important results of Iran's new trade strategy. 
"What is happening in economic and trade relations with Iraq and other neighbors, such as Turkey and Afghanistan, is an evolution of Iran's commercial goals," he said. "I have been talking about the agreements that were signed between Tehran and Baghdad. "He said. 
"Restrictions on Iranian and Iraqi financial exchanges because of US sanctions against Iran have complicated the banking relations between the two countries, but by understanding the restrictions and conditions in Iraq, using a special payment mechanism, we have continued to work properly, About the current huge exports. "
According to the President of the Central Bank, "this new strategy, has foiled the policy of US sanctions in practice." 
"In addition to the trade agreements, the agreement to activate the border agreement and good neighborliness between Iraq and Iran dated June 13, 1975 in Algeria and the removal of remnants of the Shatt al-Arab (Arround Road) is one of the most important results of th
e Iranian president's visit to Iraq," Hamati said.

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Religious Reference: the results of a spiritual visit to Iraq sent pleasure to fans Ahl al-Bayt (p)

Political | 02:33 - 15/03/2019

 
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BAGHDAD ( 
Reuters) - Religious leader Lutfiullah Safi Kalpakani on Friday hailed Iranian President Hassan Rowhani's visit to Iraq, saying the visit had yielded positive results. 
According to the Iranian news agency IRNA, "Rohani's visit to Iraq has produced results that have pleased the general public, especially Ahl al-Bayt supporters, including the cancellation of visa fees between the two countries." 
The religious authority expressed "satisfaction with the visit of the President of the Republic and the accompanying delegation to Iraq." 
Iranian President Hassan Rowhani arrived in Baghdad on Monday for a three-day official visit to Iraq

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The United States warns Iraq of Iran and invites it to comply with sanctions

The United States warns Iraq of Iran and invites it to comply with sanctions

Written by: mohanadat: March 16, 2019

The US special envoy to Iran, Brian Hawke, has warned of optimism about Iranian President Hassan Rowhani's visit to Baghdad.

"The Iranian regime does not invest in its people, so how can one expect it to support Iraq and the Iraqi people in any way," he said in his warnings.

Rohani's visit, created by analysts seeking a way out of US sanctions against Iran that left Tehran's economy in limbo, prompted Washington to warn Baghdad not to allow Tehran to use Iraq to achieve that goal. Hawk said the sanctions were depriving the Iranian regime Of the income it uses to destabilize the region and must be complied with by all. He also cited the American envoy to the facts of the practices of the Iranian regime in the region, and ongoing interventions in the affairs of neighboring countries to destabilize its security and stability, describing the Iranian banking system is black and non-transparent, stressing that the Tehran regime does not want his people to know where the state funds go, Across the Middle East to achieve Iran's greed in controlling its own countries.

 

Washington warns Iraq: Iran does not invest even in its people
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America warns Iraq of "consequences of optimism" a spiritual visit to Baghdad

America warns Iraq of "consequences of optimism" a spiritual visit to Baghdad
 



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Iran's special envoy to Iran, Brian Hawke, warned of the optimism of Iranian President Hassan Rowhani's visit to Baghdad.

"The Iranian regime does not invest in its people, so how can one expect it to support Iraq and the Iraqi people in any way," he said in his warnings.

Rohani's visit, created by analysts seeking a way out of US sanctions against Iran that left Tehran's economy in limbo, prompted Washington to warn Baghdad not to allow Tehran to use Iraq to achieve that goal. Hawk said the sanctions were depriving the Iranian regime Of the income it uses to destabilize the region and must be complied with by all.

The US envoy also cited the facts of the "practices of the Iranian regime in the region" and the ongoing interference in the affairs of neighboring countries to destabilize their security and stability in describing the Iranian banking system as "black and non-transparent." He stressed that "the Tehran regime does not want its people to know where the state funds go , Because they are actually being spent across the Middle East to achieve the greed of Iran in controlling its own countries. "

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Allowed to subject the "Central Bank of Iraq" to the orders of America .. Abdul Mahdi, "accuse" Abadi

 
Policy  ,   2019/03/16 19:49   , The number of readings: 885 
 

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BAGHDAD, Iraq -

Said Hamid Husseini, director general of the Iranian-Iraqi Chamber of Commerce, said in a press statement today that Abdul Mahdi told Iranian President Hassan Rowhani during his visit to Baghdad a few days ago that Abadi was allowing the Americans to intervene directly in the work of the Central Bank of Iraq. He accused Abdul-Mahdi Abadi of allowing Washington to impose instructions and dictations on the Central Bank of Iraq and circulated to the Iraqi banks, especially with regard to transactions with Iran. These statements coincide with the facilities and economic concessions large Iraqi and Iranian sources said that Abdul-Mahdi gave to Iran during a meeting with Rohani in Baghdad.

 

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