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Zangana: No foreign country is ready to sign contracts with Iran

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20th July, 2020

Iranian Oil Minister, Begin Zangana, said that no foreign country is ready to sign contracts with his country, and in any field, in the current period.

Zangana added that India has backed away from signing a contract with Iran on the development of the Farzad gas field.  The statements of the Iranian Oil Minister came on the sidelines of a signing ceremony with China to develop the southern Azadkan field. Zangana added, "Through this field, 25 million tons will be added to Iran's petrochemical production capacity, petrochemical production will increase to 100 million tons, and the value of exports will be 25 billion dollars."

Zangana defended the strategic partnership agreement between Tehran and Beijing, saying that "according to this agreement, we will have long-term cooperation with China in the oil industries." He added that "Iran is ready to sign such agreements with any country other than the Zionist entity." He pointed out that Iran did not prevent even American contractors and investors from working in Iran, even under US sanctions.

Zangana denied that Tehran would offer concessions to China regarding the purchase of Iranian oil in the agreement, stressing that "China did not ask us to do so either."

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20th July, 2020


Today, Monday morning, the death sentence was executed against Mahmoud Mousavi Majd, accused of spying for the CIA and the Israeli Mossad.

And the judicial authorities in Iran revealed that the spy who was recently sentenced to death, on charges of leaking information to the American and Israeli intelligence, had assisted in the assassination of the Quds Force Commander Qassem Soleimani on January 3, and has no direct relationship to the assassination of Soleimani.

It stated that he was providing information to the Mossad and the American intelligence about the Iranian advisers present in Syria. 

"The spy who was executed in Tehran, Mahmoud Mousavi Majd, was residing in Syria with his family, and he provided information about the Iranian advisors and the work of the Ministry of Defense and the Quds Force to the Israeli Mossad and the CIA," said Iranian judiciary spokesman Ghulam Ismaili.

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Iraqi lawmaker: The collapse of the Tuman and the fear of losing billions of dollars is a nice impulse to visit Baghdad

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Member of the Saaroon Bloc MP Riyadh Al-Masoudi confirmed that the collapse of the Iranian Toman exchange rate against the dollar as well as other decisions recently taken by Iraq sounded the alarm in Iran and prompted its foreign minister to visit Iraq. Al-Masoudi said in a televised interview followed by (Baghdad Today) that "Iran has unconventional relations with Iraq and it needs high-level economic activity with Iraq.

The volume of the exchange is close to 12 billion dollars annually and constitutes 25% of the volume of Iranian exports and Tehran does not want to lose the market." Iraq is afraid of entering countries to fill the void that may be caused by the decline in their exports. " 

He added, "One of the reasons for the visit of the Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, to Iraq is that the Iranian Tuman has witnessed a sharp decline in recent days, the closure of ports with Iran, and Al-Kazemi's lightning visits to the border points. The alarm rang the possibility that the matter will affect the flow of Iranian goods."

He added that "Iran fears that its economic interests in Iraq will be affected, including the files of exporting gas and electricity. Therefore, Zarif came to obtain guarantees and reassurances from the Iraqi government and his visit to the region is focused in this direction also because Iran fears the loss of billions of dollars that enter it as a result of the export of gas and electricity." 

Regarding what is being discussed about the possibility of Iraq leading mediations with regional countries, Al-Masoudi stressed that Iraq will not be a mediator between Iran and Saudi Arabia or between America and Iran because he does not want to do so, these countries have direct communication channels and the US President Donald Trump previously stated that he does not need a mediator To arrange relations with Iran. ”

He pointed out that“ the alliance of the Saeron does not support Iraq being a postman and an intermediary with any of the countries. 

He stressed that "Iraq seeks to obtain economic concessions from friendly countries, especially in the issues of energy and the economic crisis, and if those countries wish to do so, the channels of dialogue are open with them." 

He pointed out that "there are 4 countries that directly affect the Iraqi file, which are Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United States, and everyone seeks to ensure its interests. Al-Kazimi should invest the circumstance and arrange Iraqi policy papers to ensure that the country gains gains and is not a party to any conflict."

He pointed out that the Corona pandemic, low oil prices and reducing Iraqi exports to over one million barrels embarrassed Iraq in its commercial relations with neighboring countries such as Turkey, Iran and the United States. Al-Kazemi should invest the need of Iran and other countries neighboring the Iraqi market to strengthen relations, obtain investments and create a balance in trade exchange. . 

Zarif visited Iraq yesterday and stressed during a joint press conference with his Iraqi counterpart Fuad Hussein the strength of the relationship with his country and its endeavor to activate a number of joint agreements.  

He pointed out that "the economic relations between the two countries can develop in the interest of the two countries," noting that "Iran will follow the files of navigation, water borders and the link between the railways between the two countries." 

The Iranian Foreign Minister met the Presidents of the Republic, Barham Salih, the ministers Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and the deputies, Muhammad Al-Halbousi. 

Al-Kazemi stressed during his meeting with Zarif, "the importance of bilateral relations between Iraq and Iran and their development and development in various fields, in the interests of the Iraqi and Iranian peoples, as well as joint work to support the security and stability of the region."

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13 hours ago, DinarThug said:

Iraqi lawmaker: The collapse of the Tuman and the fear of losing billions of dollars is a nice impulse to visit Baghdad

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Policy 20/20/2020 21:18 1953    

Baghdad today - Baghdad 

 

Member of the Saaroon Bloc MP Riyadh Al-Masoudi confirmed that the collapse of the Iranian Toman exchange rate against the dollar as well as other decisions recently taken by Iraq sounded the alarm in Iran and prompted its foreign minister to visit Iraq. Al-Masoudi said in a televised interview followed by (Baghdad Today) that "Iran has unconventional relations with Iraq and it needs high-level economic activity with Iraq.

The volume of the exchange is close to 12 billion dollars annually and constitutes 25% of the volume of Iranian exports and Tehran does not want to lose the market." Iraq is afraid of entering countries to fill the void that may be caused by the decline in their exports. " 

He added, "One of the reasons for the visit of the Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, to Iraq is that the Iranian Tuman has witnessed a sharp decline in recent days, the closure of ports with Iran, and Al-Kazemi's lightning visits to the border points. The alarm rang the possibility that the matter will affect the flow of Iranian goods."

He added that "Iran fears that its economic interests in Iraq will be affected, including the files of exporting gas and electricity. Therefore, Zarif came to obtain guarantees and reassurances from the Iraqi government and his visit to the region is focused in this direction also because Iran fears the loss of billions of dollars that enter it as a result of the export of gas and electricity." 

Regarding what is being discussed about the possibility of Iraq leading mediations with regional countries, Al-Masoudi stressed that Iraq will not be a mediator between Iran and Saudi Arabia or between America and Iran because he does not want to do so, these countries have direct communication channels and the US President Donald Trump previously stated that he does not need a mediator To arrange relations with Iran. ”

He pointed out that“ the alliance of the Saeron does not support system" rel="">support Iraq being a postman and an intermediary with any of the countries. 

He stressed that "Iraq seeks to obtain economic concessions from friendly countries, especially in the issues of energy and the economic crisis, and if those countries wish to do so, the channels of dialogue are open with them." 

He pointed out that "there are 4 countries that directly affect the Iraqi file, which are Iran, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and the United States, and everyone seeks to ensure its interests. Al-Kazimi should invest the circumstance and arrange Iraqi policy papers to ensure that the country gains gains and is not a party to any conflict."

He pointed out that the Corona pandemic, low oil prices and reducing Iraqi exports to over one million barrels embarrassed Iraq in its commercial relations with neighboring countries such as Turkey, Iran and the United States. Al-Kazemi should invest the need of Iran and other countries neighboring the Iraqi market to strengthen relations, obtain investments and create a balance in trade exchange. . 

Zarif visited Iraq yesterday and stressed during a joint press conference with his Iraqi counterpart Fuad Hussein the strength of the relationship with his country and its endeavor to activate a number of joint agreements.  

He pointed out that "the economic relations between the two countries can develop in the interest of the two countries," noting that "Iran will follow the files of navigation, water borders and the link between the railways between the two countries." 

The Iranian Foreign Minister met the Presidents of the Republic, Barham Salih, the ministers Mustafa Al-Kazemi, and the deputies, Muhammad Al-Halbousi. 

Al-Kazemi stressed during his meeting with Zarif, "the importance of bilateral relations between Iraq and Iran and their development and development in various fields, in the interests of the Iraqi and Iranian peoples, as well as joint work to support system" rel="">support the security and stability of the region."

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Iranian Official: Close Agreement Reached On Foreign Currency Between Iran And Iraq

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21st July, 2020

 

Director of International Affairs of the Iranian Central Bank, Hamid Kanbari, announced that it is close to reaching an agreement regarding foreign currency between Iran and Iraq.

The official, who accompanied Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on his visit to Baghdad last Sunday with the aim of conducting banking negotiations with the Iraqi side, said that the discussions were useful and constructive between the two sides, and the final stage of the Iraqi Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation will arrive in Tehran today, Tuesday.

He added that in the event that it is achieved, it is expected that a significant foreign exchange will flow to the (local) market, amounting to several billion, which will contribute to covering a large part of the demand for foreign currency.

The Central Bank of Iran and its Iraqi counterpart signed a memorandum of cooperation related to banking and financial ties last year, between Qanbari, that the negotiations of the day before yesterday come as an extension of the memorandum concluded, and that the visit of the Iranian Central Bank Governor Abdel Nasser Hemati to Iraq last month comes in the same framework.

 

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Iranian Official: Close Agreement Reached On Foreign Currency Between Iran And Iraq

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21st July, 2020

 

Director of International Affairs of the Iranian Central Bank, Hamid Kanbari, announced that it is close to reaching an agreement regarding foreign currency between Iran and Iraq.

The official, who accompanied Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on his visit to Baghdad last Sunday with the aim of conducting banking negotiations with the Iraqi side, said that the discussions were useful and constructive between the two sides, and the final stage of the Iraqi Prime Minister and his accompanying delegation will arrive in Tehran today, Tuesday.

He added that in the event that it is achieved, it is expected that a significant foreign exchange will flow to the (local) market, amounting to several billion, which will contribute to covering a large part of the demand for foreign currency.

The Central Bank of Iran and its Iraqi counterpart signed a memorandum of cooperation related to banking and financial ties last year, between Qanbari, that the negotiations of the day before yesterday come as an extension of the memorandum concluded, and that the visit of the Iranian Central Bank Governor Abdel Nasser Hemati to Iraq last month comes in the same framework.

 

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Didn't Iran try to steal as much as possible of Iraq's currency, already?

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