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5 hours ago, Adam Montana said:

Is Usain Bolt still incredibly fast? YES! He's probably not going to outpace a vehicle....

 

Unless Davis is driving the camera rig after a couple Canadian Club n' root beer. :drunk:

                                  But it won't stop the RV. Thanks boss.

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1 hour ago, King Bean said:

 

Unless Davis is driving the camera rig after a couple Canadian Club n' root beer. :drunk:

                                  But it won't stop the RV. Thanks boss.

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BWAHAHAHAH! :lmao: 

 

 

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58 minutes ago, Golfnsr said:

With that exciting update, does anyone want to buy some more Dinar?

How much do you want to sell?

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8 hours ago, Adam Montana said:

BUT, did something major happen? 

 

YES.

 

That's where we seem to be right now.

 

This is the time of year that many major milestones have been reached in Iraq.

 

NOW is the time I'm expecting to see something major... maybe HCL, maybe something else, and very possibly a rate change.

 

@cranman

Maybe, I was reading it the same way as you, Cranman? It's a little ambiguous, but I think Adam was comparing something major happening NOW with the lead up to Chapter 7. So, I was looking for that 'NOW' specificity, too, which is where that ambiguity came in.

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8 hours ago, DinarThug said:

Some Oil And Gas Law Discussions Just Crossed The CNN News Wires ! :o 

 

:D  :D  :D 

 

 

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Barzani confirms the readiness of Kurdistan to receive a parliamentary committee to see the mechanisms of selling oil


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20th June, 2019

The head of the Kurdistan region, Nechirvan Barzani, on Thursday, the readiness of the region to receive a parliamentary committee to see the mechanisms of selling oil and revenue, expressing his hope to "achieve a strong relationship with the center based on common interests


"The Speaker of the House of Representatives received today the President of the Kurdistan region Njirvan Barzani and the accompanying delegation, and discussed during the meeting the financial obligations to the region with regard to the sale of oil as mandated by the Federal Budget Law For the year 2019 and the need to ensure the development of relations between the region and the federal government and resolve all outstanding problems between them in the spirit of brotherhood and national partnership.
 
The office added that "the two sides discussed the oil and gas law and the provincial elections law and the law of the Federal Court." 


For his part, the President of the Kurdistan region made a presentation on his plans to develop the relationship with the federal government after studying the problems in depth and transparency and develop common mechanisms to resolve them, expressing his hope to "achieve a strong relationship with the center based on common interests." 

According to the statement, Barzani expressed readiness of the region to receive a parliamentary committee to see the mechanisms of selling oil and revenue under the supervision of international companies.

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Nechirvan Barzani announced the readiness of the region to receive a parliamentary committee to see the mechanisms of selling oil and revenue  LINK

 

Kurds are investing (their relationship) with Abdul Mahdi, and they send Benharfan to Baghdad to formulate new government decisions in all controversial files

 
Policy  ,   2019/06/20 23:56 
 

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BAGHDAD, Iraq -

In a visit is the first after his receipt of the post of President of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, arrived Thursday noon, Nechirvan Barzani to Baghdad, headed a delegation of high Kurdish, to meet with Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi. The visit, which may characterize the relationship between Baghdad and Erbil, indicates its beginnings to not change the Kurdish positions towards those outstanding issues, according to sources familiar with the details of the visit, which confirmed that it opened the files of the dispute between Baghdad and Erbil.

And immediately after his arrival in Baghdad, Barzani held a meeting with Abdul-Mahdi, according to a government official familiar with, "Nechirvan assured Abdul Mahdi, the support of Erbil to his government," noting that "the parties discussed ways to narrow the area of disagreement between the governments of the Center and the region, and sensitive files that need to agree." 

The official pointed out that "the most prominent file in the talks is the file of Kirkuk, and the revenues of oil exported by the region," noting that "the Kurds are now proposing a new road map for the status of Kirkuk includes a partnership Peshmerga security file, which Baghdad finds unacceptable with the presence of troops The Iraqi federal, and the blocs and Arab and Turkmen political forces opposed it. "

 He pointed out that "Barzani assured Abdul Mahdi that the rapprochement between the parties depends on the convergence of those files, and that the Kurds are watching the position of Abdul Mahdi and his decisions on the liquidation of the legacy of previous governments." 

He pointed out that " Barzani's views, identical to the visions of the leaders of the region in the previous phase, which means the difficulty of resolving the dispute in those files during the coming period. "

For his part, said the MP of the construction coalition, Ali al-Ghanmi," Barzani's visit to Baghdad is very important, , The most important of which is oil and the rights of the region and the federal government, which will be at the top of the talks, to arrange the situation between Baghdad and Erbil, so as not to renew the differences and past scenes between the parties. "Al-Ghanami said in a press statement that" the file borders, Organization and discussion to resolve the differences, led by mReceivables region's oil, "he said," will also be discussed wanted by the Iraqi judiciary file, and bypass the public money, which requires a lack of protection required by any integrity. " 

The parliament of Kurdistan was elected in the middle of this month, Nechirvan Barzani as president of the region, while Baghdad has expressed optimism to resolve the crisis with Erbil. Baghdad wants to draw up a new relationship with the Kurdistan region under the assumption of Nechirvan Barzani, his presidency, trying to "feel the pulse" to know his orientation in this context, especially as he has positions in dialogues and mediations fought for the truce between the parties in previous periods.

The most important differences between Baghdad and Erbil are related to the disputed areas between the two sides, the return of the Peshmerga, the handing over of oil revenues, the organization of joint oil fields, Peshmerga salaries and other unresolved files over the previous governments.

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19 hours ago, NevadaSam said:

Adam, thanks for the update on the Dinar. Hope we see an end to this rollercoaster ride soon

 

Gooooooo RV

 

NevadaSam,

 

keep your our eyes on the banks in Reno.

If you start seeing long lines, LET US KNOW!

 

:cigar:

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10 minutes ago, gregp said:

 

NevadaSam,

 

keep your our eyes on the banks in Reno.

If you start seeing long lines, LET US KNOW!

 

:cigar:

 

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Thanks for the belly laugh this morning ADam!!!!  I'll be listening to Fido  for sure!  Can't wait to see what the future holds....

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19 hours ago, Golfnsr said:

With that exciting update, does anyone want to buy some more Dinar?

 

Remind Me Not To Jump In On Any More Exotic Foreign Currencies ! :o 

 

The Nutcracker

 

And Particularly The Dong ...

 

:D  :D  :D 

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Once again....proof that you shouldn't try to ride the fence on this investment! Make a choice, spring to action, or suffer!

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7 minutes ago, tjokie said:

Once again....proof that you shouldn't try to ride the fence on this investment! Make a choice, spring to action, or suffer!

 

And Always Wear A Stanley Cup ! :o 

 
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9 hours ago, DinarThug said:

 

Remind Me Not To Jump In On Any More Exotic Foreign Currencies ! :o 

 

The Nutcracker

 

And Particularly The Dong ...

 

:D  :D  :D 

sterilization at its finest. 

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I don’t say it much, but Thanks Adam glad to be apart of DV family for over a decade.

 

Go RV.

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Hi Adam or someone in your opinion when this RVs. , it doesn’t matter if the currency is uncirculated or circulated correct? I want to buy more but why get uncirculated if circulated is cheaper and it’s all the same value anyway?  Can you tell me your opinion someone please. Thank you. 

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