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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's office announced, on Monday, that the latter had arrived in Germany.

 
The office said in a statement, which Alsumaria News received a copy of, that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived in Germany shortly before from France as part of his European tour
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Al-Kazemi arrives in Paris at the start of his European tour   2020.10.18 - 21:44 Baghdad - People      Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived in Paris on Sunday, as part

Sunday، 18 October 2020 05:01 PM Iraqi Prime Minister Heading to Europe for Official Visits https://www.thebaghdadpost.com/en/Story/50225/Iraqi-Prime-Minister-Heading-to-Europe

An interesting group travelling.. it will be interesting the outcome - I hope that after a few days of handshaking and back patting the return to Iraq and do something positive instead of just forming

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Countries have interests .. What will Paris, Berlin and London give to Kazemi, and what will you take from him?

 

Baghdad - Iraq today:

In the early hours, the plane of the Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi landed in the French capital, Paris, announcing a break of the imposition announced by the authorities there on official delegations since the start of the Corona pandemic, as the three European capitals agreed (Paris, London, Berlin) On receiving the Prime Minister of Iraq, at a time it is content to hold conferences via video conferencing with the largest heads of the developed world, which gives the visit great dimensions, and gives it wide implications and ranges, and also reflects high-level European interest in the Iraqi file, and the importance of relations with this vital country In the entire Middle East region

President Al-Kazemi's plane arrived in Paris, the first stop of his first tour in Europe, and the hours of the flight must be full of perceptions and self-discussions, or perhaps with the accompanying ministerial team, about the security reality in the country, as well as the worrisome concerns about the ongoing economic decline due to the drop in oil prices, and to increase the massive government spending inherited by his government of the outgoing government , the sources say, that it " has increased the expenses of the State operating nearly twenty trillion dinars, within one year of taking, and perhaps in the last months of the rule of " absentee voluntary. "

limited options .. ambitious project!

go The man has gone to developed capitals, and he does not have many options for cooperation with the industrial world, at a time when the world is witnessing an unprecedented recession due to the pandemic that continues to claim more lives, disrupt markets, disintegrate heavy and light industries, and deprive millions of their daily strength.

Al-Kazemi is heading to Europe, as he addresses the Iraqi internal crises with immediate solutions that are required by rapid developments, and another strategic implementation that may appear to be a political "suicide" that I would like to undertake, especially the deep reforms in the economic sector, but no one imagines that the industrialized world might help Iraq, without providing The latter calls for a fundamental reform of the flabby and corrupt systems of administration, money and the economy.

Al-Kazemi reaches these important capitals, the permanent members of the Security Council, and the largest economies of the industrialized world (Germany, France and Britain), at a time when oil (Iraq’s only capital today) has become a secondary commodity, and its markets are empty of its thrones, and it is no longer a very important commodity to pay These countries to compete, or raise their appetites to present real temptations to a productive country like Iraq, is experiencing a security turmoil and a real societal division, and an environment unfit for oil work in general due to the policies of previous governments that caused the lack of work in these sectors. And to enter into any attractive investment market, how will he be able to persuade it to enter into joint investments and business in the fields of energy, electricity, education, industry and technologies without providing strict evidence of the good performance of his government and a commitment to the protection and transparency of these companies?

These countries deal in hours and minutes, and they do not have the extra time to waste here and there, so we found the French Prime Minister conducting quick talks with Al-Kazemi a few hours after his arrival in Paris, as well as the rest of the French joints ..

Al-Kazemi and the economic parties' bodies!

The importance of the visit may be read in that it is exceptional in extremely complex and sensitive circumstances as mentioned, and it is also read as a break of the ice barrier that has risen during the previous months, where the dramatic changes in the country, the protest demonstrations, and the state of the Great Depression that Iraq is experiencing due to its low financial income, but Al-Kazemi He will present a very encouraging plan for the three European countries, and a firm governmental commitment this time to make a great effort to protect incoming European investments, and to create a good business environment for companies and Western capital.

 But the legitimate question here is: Will the man be able to fulfill these obligations with the terrible growth of the role of the economic bodies of the parties and currents that reduce ministries to their personalities, and want to impose their guardianship over the economic decision as it imposes it on the politician?

Will the president be able to persuade the European leaders in the three countries to initiate an inspiring strategic partnership in the economic, medical, health and security sectors, especially since any major political change in America means that Iraq will (albeit a little) out of the circle of intense US-Iranian competition, and it will be a promising environment for markets? European, looking for an outlet towards the east and far.

Al-Kazemi .. Success Options!

On the other hand, optimists respond to these concerns raised that accompany the visit (Al-Kadhimiya) that "the man goes carrying a lot of important papers, and carries what lures the most influential Europeans in the international decision, about an effective strategy with a country like Iraq that will play a geopolitical role in the region." , as well as Tothiraha clear in the security industry and economy (area MEA) , which is the gateway to Europe on the ancient world, and an important source of energy sources important, where oil and gas and raw materials the most influential in the future of the modern European industries.

Kazmi .. and the banana!

Al-Kazemi is not a prime minister of a banana country anyway, as he is a man who presides over a country that has nearly 150 billion barrels of oil, and produces nearly 4 million barrels of oil, and it can turn the oil decision upside down if it makes perfect decisions about oil, and Iraq is not Greece, too, is not bankrupt. Rather, it suffers from a "shortage of liquidity", while preserving the basic resources that place it among the rich countries.

Optimists point out that the visit will have a clear positive reflection on the economy, health, culture and all other tracks, and that tomorrow is soon to be seen

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7 minutes ago, Longtimelurker said:

Where did you get this info and why is it huge news? International?

@Longtimelurker In 2011, Shabibi printed the $50,000.00 and the $100,000.00 notes, and it was put in the M.R.I. book of currencies, it was stated by the Central Bank of Iraq, that the $100,000.00k note is for International Banking Exchange for large payment and purchasing within large banking transactions with the $100,000.00k note.

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7 minutes ago, Wheelman said:

@Longtimelurker In 2011, Shabibi printed the $50,000.00 and the $100,000.00 notes, and it was put in the M.R.I. book of currencies, it was stated by the Central Bank of Iraq, that the $100,000.00k note is for International Banking Exchange for large payment and purchasing within large banking transactions with the $100,000.00k note.

I sure hope this true! Thank you for the report!  :tiphat:

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2020/10/19 22:45

Al-Kazemi is in Germany to develop bilateral relations

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Baghdad / Obelisk: Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's office announced, on Monday, that the prime minister is in Germany.

The office said in a statement that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived in Germany shortly before from France as part of his European tour."

The Iraqi-German meetings are expected to discuss ways of investing and strengthening economic relations.

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Tuesday، 20 October 2020 12:49 AM
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 Iraq and France signed a series of agreements in Paris to boost Iraq’s transport, agriculture and education sectors, according  to the office of Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi.

A senior Iraqi delegation led by Kadhimi began a European tour on Sunday, meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Jean Castex at the Elysee Palace in Paris. Germany and the UK are also on Kadhimi’s agenda.

"Iraq and France sign in Paris three Memorandums of Intent regarding the Baghdad suspension railway project, on strengthening the institutional capacities of the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture, and on expanding the admission of Iraqi students to French universities," read a tweet from the Iraqi government. 

During his meeting with Macron, Kadhimi expressed his intention to “strengthen the existing friendly relations between both countries,” appreciating “efforts made by France to launch an initiative to support the Iraqi government, according to a statement from Kadhimi’s office.


Macron has previously spoken about developing projects with Baghdad.
“We want to implement projects which are important, especially Baghdad's railway and the energy project which we talked about with Mr Prime Minister [Kadhimi],” he said during a one-day visit to Baghdad on September 2.

 During his trip to France, Kadhimi also met with the heads of French companies “to create a strong economic partnership,” according to a statement from Kadhimi’s office.
 
Kadhimi's visit to Europe comes as Iraq is gripped by an economic crisis, exacerbated by a drop in oil prices and the global coronavirus pandemic, and attacks on diplomatic missions by Iran-backed militia groups that have been met with international condemnation.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel is scheduled to receive Kadhimi in Berlin on Tuesday, where the two will discuss "bilateral relations", "economic cooperation," and efforts to contain the coronavirus pandemic, as well as the "joint fight against IS [Islamic State]," according to a statement released Friday by the German cabinet. 
 
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German banks express their desire to invest and work with Iraqi banks

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, on Tuesday, German banks expressed their desire to invest and work with Iraqi banks.
The Central Bank of Iraq’s media office stated, in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that “the governor of the Central Bank, Mustafa Ghaleb, is scary.
The statement added, "The meetings discussed investment and work opportunities with Iraqi banks, which met with a high response from German banks, as they confirmed their desire to complete the talks in Baghdad soon."
He continued: "The governor, accompanied by Minister of Finance Ali Allawi, and Chairman of the National Investment Commission, Suha Al-Najjar, also participated in the meetings held with the German Ministry of Development and Economy and the Ministry of Finance, as part of the current visit to Germany, where ways to strengthen economic relations between the municipality and its future prospects were discussed. ".Ended 6/29 n

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Iraq will "soon" inaugurate a new phase of electricity development, and Germany welcomes its plans for economic reform

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced that the second phase of the electricity development map was announced, with the participation of German companies, and confirmed that Iraq was “going through difficult times” due to Corona, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomed the government's efforts to achieve economic reform.

 
Al-Kazemi said during a joint press conference with Merkel, "We came to Berlin to confirm Iraq's commitment to its desire to establish close relations, and we look forward to a true partnership with Germany and to enhance security and military cooperation efforts."

Al-Kazemi added: "We are going through difficult times because of Corona, and we have embarked on an ambitious program to restructure and rebuild the Iraqi economy," noting that Iraq "looks forward to benefiting from financial support to organize free and fair elections."
 
 

He added, "We are close to announcing the second phase of the road map for developing electricity in Iraq, with the participation of German companies."

For her part, Merkel said that Berlin supports Baghdad in the face of Corona, ”expressing at the same time her welcome to“ Iraq's efforts to achieve economic reform. ”

The office of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi announced yesterday evening, Monday, the latter’s arrival in Germany
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Al-Kazemi: We are looking for financial support to organize fair elections and security and military cooperation with Germany

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The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, said on Tuesday that he aspires to conclude understandings and strengthen cooperation with Germany, which he is visiting as part of a European tour.
Al-Kazemi said in a joint press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, "We came to Berlin to confirm Iraq's commitment to its desire to establish close relations, and we also look forward to strengthening security and military cooperation efforts with Germany."

He stressed, "We are going through difficult times because of Corona, but we have embarked on an ambitious program to restructure and rebuild the Iraqi economy, as we are approaching the announcement of the second phase of the road map for the development of electricity in Iraq with the participation of German companies."

He also added that we are looking forward to benefiting from financial support to organize free and fair elections, for a true partnership with Germany. ”For

her part, Merkel stressed that her country supports Iraq to confront the Corona pandemic, and welcomes the Iraqi government's efforts to achieve economic reform
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The Central Bank announces the completion of investment talks with German banks in Baghdad

The Central Bank announces the completion of investment talks with German banks in Baghdad
{Baghdad: Al Furat News} The Central Bank of Iraq announced, on Tuesday, the desire of German banks to complete discussions on investment in Baghdad soon.

And the Central Bank media said in a statement that the Euphrates News received a copy of it, that "this came during a frightening series of meetings with a group of large German banks," Mustafa Ghaleb.
He added, "The meetings also discussed investment and work opportunities with Iraqi banks, which received a high response from German banks, as they confirmed their desire to complete the talks in Baghdad soon."
 "The governor of the Central Bank, accompanied by Minister of Finance Ali Allawi and President of the National Investment Authority, Suha Al-Najjar, also participated in the meetings held with the German Ministry of Development and Economy and the Ministry of Finance, as part of the current visit to Germany, where ways to strengthen economic relations between the municipality and its future prospects were discussed," the statement added. .
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The Central Bank announces the completion of investment talks with German banks in Baghdad

Baghdad / Obelisk: The Central Bank of Iraq announced, on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, the desire of German banks to complete discussions on investment in Baghdad soon.

In a statement received by Al-Masala, the Central Bank media stated that this came during Governor Mustafa Ghaleb's frightening series of meetings with a group of large German banks.

He added: The meetings also discussed investment and work opportunities with Iraqi banks, which met a high response from German banks, as they confirmed their desire to complete the talks in Baghdad soon.

 The statement continued: The Governor of the Central Bank, accompanied by Minister of Finance Ali Allawi and Chairman of the National Investment Commission, Suha Al-Najjar, participated in the meetings held with the German Ministry of Development and Economy and the Ministry of Finance, as part of the current visit to Germany, where ways to strengthen economic relations between the municipality and its future prospects were discussed.

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Al-Kazemi: Unilateral dependence on oil exports has left its negative effects on the economy

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The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, confirmed, on Tuesday, that unilateral dependence on oil exports has left its negative effects on the Iraqi economy.
The media office of the Prime Minister said in a statement, which "Mawazine News" received a copy of, that "Al-Kazemi met with a number of heads of German companies in Berlin, on the second leg of his current European tour."
Al-Kazimi pointed out, to "the level of challenges facing the Iraqi economy following the Corona pandemic and the decline in oil export revenues," indicating "the Iraqi government's relentless efforts to transform this crisis into a starting point and success that will advance the reality of the Iraqi economy."
He said, "The unilateral dependence on oil exports has left its negative effects on the economy, but we are determined to bypass many wrong financial policies," stressing that "Benefiting from the successful experiences of others, especially the German experience, will contribute to consolidating this goal. "
He added, "The Iraqi government is working with focus and race against time, to implement financial and administrative reforms, and the white paper presented by the government comes to outline a realistic path that contributes to overcoming crises and achieves development by making use of youth energies in various fields."
He stated, "Iraq has an accumulation of confidence in the work of German companies, and successful partnerships with them, and it is working to provide a safe investment environment that supports the private sector, closes corruption outlets and opens the door openly to long-term, well-established reforms

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Al-Kazemi meets with a number of heads of German companies as part of his European tour

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Al-Kazemi meets with a number of heads of German companies as part of his European tour

 

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi met today, Tuesday, a number of heads of German companies in Berlin, on the second leg of his current European tour.

Al-Kazemi explained, "The level of challenges facing the Iraqi economy following the Corona pandemic and the decline in oil export revenues, as well as the Iraqi government's relentless efforts to transform this crisis into a starting point and success that will advance the reality of the Iraqi economy."

Al-Kazemi said, during the meeting: The unilateral dependence on oil exports has left its negative effects on the economy, but we are determined to overcome many wrong financial policies, and that benefiting from the successful experiences of others, especially the German experience, will contribute to consolidating this goal.

He added: The Iraqi government is working with focus and race against time, to implement financial and administrative reforms, and the white paper presented by the government comes to outline a realistic path that contributes to overcoming crises and achieves development by making use of youth energies in various fields.

The Prime Minister also indicated, during his speech, that Iraq has an accumulation of confidence in the work of German companies and successful partnerships with them, and is working to provide a safe investment environment that supports the private sector, closes corruption gates and opens the door openly to long-term, established reforms.

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Al-Kazemi shows his confidence in Berlin in German companies

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Shafaq News / On Tuesday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi confirmed to a number of German company heads as part of his European tour, his government's intention to overcome many wrong financial policies, indicating to  benefit from the German experience in this regard.

In a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, Al-Kazemi said that he met today, a number of heads of German companies in Berlin, on the second leg of  his current European tour, indicating the level of challenges facing the Iraqi economy due to the Corona pandemic and the decline in oil export revenues.

And Al-Kazemi indicated the Iraqi government's relentless efforts to transform this crisis into a starting point and a success that would advance the reality of the Iraqi economy, pointing out that the unilateral dependence on oil exports left its negative effects on the economy.

And he continued, we are determined to overcome many wrong financial policies, explaining that benefiting from the successful experiences of others, especially the German experience, will contribute to consolidating this goal.

He added that the Iraqi government is working with focus and race against time, to implement financial and administrative reforms, and the white paper presented by the government comes to outline a realistic path that contributes to overcoming crises and achieves development by making use of youth energies in various fields.

The Prime Minister also indicated, during his speech, that Iraq has an accumulation of confidence in the work of German companies and successful partnerships with them, and is working to provide a safe investment environment that supports the private sector, closes corruption gates and opens the door openly to long-term, established reforms.

 Yesterday, Al-Kazemi concluded talks with Paris with the French leadership, and the Iraqi government spokesman Ahmed Mulla Talal said in a tweet to him on "Twitter", that "during a fruitful 24 hours in Paris, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi met with French President Emmanuel Macron. The accompanying ministerial delegation held meetings with the French government, after which it held a distinguished meeting with major French companies.

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Al-Kazemi: Unilateral dependence on oil exports has left its negative effects on the economy

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi confirmed, Tuesday, that unilateral dependence on oil exports has had negative effects on the Iraqi economy.
The media office of the Prime Minister said in a statement, "Al-Kazemi met with a number of German company heads in Berlin, on his second leg of his current European tour."
Al-Kazimi pointed out, to "the level of challenges facing the Iraqi economy following the Corona pandemic and the decline in oil export revenues," indicating "the Iraqi government's relentless efforts to transform this crisis into a starting point and success that will advance the reality of the Iraqi economy."
He said, "Unilateral dependence on oil exports has left its negative effects on the economy, but we are determined to overcome many wrong financial policies," stressing that "benefiting from the successful experiences of others, especially the German experience, will contribute to consolidating this goal."
He added, "The Iraqi government is working with focus and race against time, to implement financial and administrative reforms, and the white paper presented by the government comes to outline a realistic path that contributes to overcoming crises and achieves development by making use of youth energies in various fields."
And, "Iraq has an accumulation of confidence in the work of German companies, and successful partnerships with them, and it is working to provide a safe investment environment that supports the private sector, closes corruption outlets and opens the door openly to long-term, established reforms
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2020/10/20 18:42

Al-Kazemi to the heads of German companies: The government is determined to turn the current crisis into a point of success that will advance the reality of the Iraqi economy

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Baghdad / Al-Masalla: The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, met, on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, a number of heads of German companies in Berlin, on his second stop in his current European tour.

Al-Kazemi clarified the level of challenges facing the Iraqi economy following the Corona pandemic and the decline in oil export revenues, as well as the Iraqi government's relentless efforts to transform this crisis into a starting point and success that would advance the reality of the Iraqi economy.

Al-Kazemi said during the meeting: The unilateral dependence on oil exports has left its negative effects on the economy, but we are determined to overcome many wrong financial policies, and that benefiting from the successful experiences of others, especially the German experience, will contribute to consolidating this goal.

He added: The Iraqi government is working with focus and race against time, to implement financial and administrative reforms, and the white paper presented by the government comes to chart a realistic path that contributes to overcoming crises and achieves development by making use of youth energies in various fields.

Al-Kazemi also indicated that Iraq has accumulated confidence in the work of German companies, and successful partnerships with them, and is working to provide a safe investment environment that supports the private sector, closes corruption gates and opens the door open to long-term, solid reforms.

Earlier, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's office announced, on Monday, that the prime minister was in Germany.

The office said in a statement that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived in Germany shortly before from France as part of his European tour."

The Iraqi-German meetings are expected to discuss ways of investing and strengthening economic relations.

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 Minister @MAKadhimi: that Iraq has accumulated confidence in the work of German companies and successful partnerships with them, and it is working to provide a safe investment environment that supports the private sector, closes corruption and opens the door openly to long-term, entrenched reforms.

 
 
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Economy News - Baghdad

The Prime Minister, Mr. Mustafa Al-Kazemi, met today, Tuesday, a number of heads of German companies in Berlin, on the second leg of his current European tour.

 

Al-Kazemi explained the level of challenges facing the Iraqi economy due to the Corona pandemic and the decline in oil export revenues, as well as the Iraqi government's relentless efforts to transform this crisis into a starting point and success that would advance the reality of the Iraqi economy.

 

Al-Kazemi said, during the meeting: The unilateral dependence on oil exports has left its negative effects on the economy, but we are determined to overcome many wrong financial policies, and that benefiting from the successful experiences of others, especially the German experience, will contribute to consolidating this goal.

 

He added that the Iraqi government is working with focus and race against time, to implement financial and administrative reforms, and the white paper presented by the government comes to outline a realistic path that contributes to overcoming crises and achieves development by making use of youth energies in various fields.

 

The Prime Minister also indicated, during his speech, that Iraq has an accumulation of confidence in the work of German companies and successful partnerships with them, and is working to provide a safe investment environment that supports the private sector, closes corruption gates and opens the door openly to long-term, established reforms.

 

 
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