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Iraq signs 3 notes with France ... including the construction of the Baghdad Sky Train
Part of the Iraqi Minister of Transport signing a memorandum of goodwill declaration with his French counterpart regarding the construction of the funicular in the capital Baghdad, in the presence of the Prime Minister
 19 October 2020 02:19 PM

Mubasher: Iraq signed, today, Monday, in the French capital Paris, 3 memoranda of intent in the fields of transportation, agriculture and education, in the presence of the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi and the French Prime Minister, Jean Castex .

 

The media office of the Prime Minister stated, in a statement, that the Iraqi Minister of Agriculture and the French Minister of Agriculture and Food signed a memorandum of intent to enhance cooperation between the two sides in the field of strengthening the institutional capabilities of the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture, including the exchange of experiences in the field of agriculture, training, veterinary education, plant health and research. Agricultural.

The statement indicated that the memorandum includes the encouragement of agricultural and food partnerships in the fields of food and agricultural industries, agricultural machinery, and the development of land and water resources .

The Iraqi Minister of Transport signed a memorandum of good intentions with his French counterpart regarding the construction of the funicular in the capital, Baghdad.

The memorandum of the declaration of intent, signed on behalf of the Iraqi Minister of Higher Education, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, with the French Minister of Education, included strengthening cooperation in the field of education between the two parties, and expanding the admission of Iraqi students to French universities.

This morning, at the French Military School at the Anfalides Palace in the capital, Paris, an official reception ceremony was held for the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, who is visiting France as part of a European tour that also includes Britain and Germany.

The official reception was the Minister of the French Armies, Florence Parly, and the national anthems of Iraq and France were played, then the honor guard and the various military forces were shown.

Al-Kazemi then went to the Mattigno Palace to meet with the French Prime Minister, Jean Castex, to hold a round of talks.

Al-Kazemi will head to the Elysee Palace to hold a number of official meetings and talks with French President Emmanuel Macron and senior officials in the French government regarding the consolidation of bilateral relations between the two countries at various levels, and the expansion of the horizons of joint cooperation between Baghdad and Paris in various fields.

The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, arrived on Sunday evening, the French capital, Paris; Within the framework of a European tour that includes France, Britain and Germany, during which several talks will be conducted based on developing bilateral relations with the three countries and enhancing joint cooperation in various fields .

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(Baghdad: Al Furat News) Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi began his first talks Monday morning in the French capital, Paris, with his meeting with French Prime Minister Jean Castex, in the presence of a number of ministers from the two countries.

"During the meeting, ways to develop bilateral relations between the two countries and strengthen them in the economic, investment, security and health fields were discussed, and the situation in the region was discussed, and views were exchanged on a number of issues," a statement by his media office said.
Al-Kazemi pointed to "the importance of strengthening cooperation between the two countries in many sectors, as the government seeks solid relations with the countries of the world based on common interests and to restore Iraq to its international status."
The French Prime Minister affirmed "France's keenness to support Iraq in various levels."
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(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Mukhaif, met today, Monday, with his French counterpart within the framework of the government delegation's visit that will include three European countries.

"The meeting that took place in the building of the French Central Bank included discussing bilateral relations between the two countries, where the governor stressed the importance of strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France and the importance of developing them," a statement by the bank's media said.
For his part, the Governor of the French Central Bank affirmed that "there is full readiness to develop banking relations and cooperation between the two countries in the fields of supervision and combating money laundering and terrorist financing."
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Iraq signs 3 notes with France ... including the construction of the Baghdad Sky Train


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Know what THEE “Baghdad” “Sky” “Train” WILL BE CALLED???!!!

 

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France announced, on Monday, its readiness to develop its relations with Iraq in the banking field.

"The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Mkhaif, met with his French counterpart within the framework of the visit, which will include three European countries," the bank’s media office said in a statement received by the Iraqi Central Bank.

The meeting, which took place in the building of the French Central Bank, included "discussing bilateral relations between the two countries, strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France and the importance of developing them."

For his part, the Governor of the French Central Bank affirmed that "there is complete readiness to develop banking relations and cooperation between the two countries in the areas of supervision and combating money laundering and terrorist financing." 25 S.

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The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif, stressed the importance of strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France.

The Central Bank of Iraq said in a press statement that the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Mukhaif, met this Monday with his French counterpart within the framework of the visit, which will include three European countries, and the meeting that took place in the building of the French Central Bank included discussing bilateral relations between the two countries.

According to the statement, the governor emphasized the importance of strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France and the importance of developing them .

For his part, the Governor of the French Central Bank affirmed that there is full readiness to develop banking relations and cooperation between the two countries in the areas of supervision and combating money laundering and terrorist financing.

 
 
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The Media Office of the Prime Minister announced, on Monday, the signing of three memoranda of intent in the fields of transport, agriculture and education, in the French capital, Paris, in the presence of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and French Prime Minister Jean Castex.

The office stated in a statement received by "Economy News", that the Iraqi Minister of Agriculture signed with the French Minister of Agriculture and Food, a memorandum of intent to enhance cooperation between the two sides in the field of strengthening the institutional capabilities of the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture, including the exchange of experiences in the field of agriculture, training, veterinary education and plant health. And agricultural research.
The memorandum also includes encouraging agricultural and food partnerships in the fields of food and agricultural industries, agricultural machinery, and developing land and water resources.

The statement added that the Iraqi Minister of Transport signed a memorandum of good intentions with his French counterpart regarding the construction of the suspended train in the capital, Baghdad, while the memorandum of intent, which he signed on behalf of the Iraqi Minister of Higher Education, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Al-Ghazi, with the French Minister of Education, included strengthening cooperation In the field of education between the two parties, and expanding the admission of Iraqi students to French universities.

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived Sunday evening, the French capital, Paris, as part of a European tour that includes France, Britain and Germany, during which he will hold several discussions based on developing bilateral relations with the three countries and enhancing joint cooperation in various fields.

 
 
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The Basel system " supervises and protects against money laundering and terrorist financing " . After Saddam ,the 2003 invasion, Maliki , Isis , and everything else that Iraq hed thrown at them , it is time to press the buttons .

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Governor of the Central Bank stresses the importance of strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France

Monday 19th October 2020 - 16:46

Governor of the Central Bank stresses the importance of strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France

Baghdad - INA

 

 The Governor of the Central Bank, Mustafa Ghaleb Makheif, discussed with his French counterpart the strengthening of banking relations and the importance of developing them.

 

 A statement issued by the Iraqi Central Bank media received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA) said, "It is scary that he met his French counterpart as part of his accompaniment to the Prime Minister on his visit, which will include three European countries."

 

 He added, "Frightening discussed with his French counterpart the bilateral relations between the two countries, stressing the importance of strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France and the importance of developing them."

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Al-Kazemi during his meeting with Castex: The government seeks strong relations with the countries of the world and restore Iraq to its international status

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Baghdad / Al-Masala: Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi began his first talks in the French capital, Paris, on Monday, October 19, 2020, with his meeting with French Prime Minister Jean Castex, in the presence of a number of ministers of the two countries.

During the meeting, they discussed ways to develop bilateral relations between the two countries and strengthen them in the economic, investment, security and health fields.

The situation in the region was discussed, and views were exchanged on a number of issues.

Al-Kazemi pointed to the importance of strengthening cooperation between the two countries in many sectors, as the government seeks solid relations with the countries of the world based on common interests and to restore Iraq to its international status.

The French Prime Minister affirmed France's keenness to support Iraq in various levels.

Earlier, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived, Sunday, October 18, 2020, in the French capital, Paris, at the start of his tour to European countries.

Earlier, the Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, left the capital, Baghdad, on Sunday, at the start of a European tour.

A statement issued by the Media Office of the Prime Minister said that Al-Kazemi left the capital, Baghdad, heading to the French capital, Paris.

He explained that at the start of his European tour, which also includes Britain and Germany, as he will hold several meetings with senior officials in these three countries, and discuss with them on developing bilateral relations.

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France is fully prepared to develop banking relations with Iraq

 

The Governor of the Central Bank, Mustafa Ghalib, stressed, on Monday, the importance of strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France, while the governor of the French Central Bank expressed France's readiness to support the banking sector in Iraq.

 
The Central Bank of Iraq said in a statement that Alsumaria News received, "The Governor of the Central Bank, Mustafa Ghaleb, is terrifying. He met this Monday with his French counterpart within the framework of the visit that will include three European countries."
 
 
 
The bank added, "The meeting that took place in the building of the French Central Bank discussed bilateral relations between the two countries."
 
The governor stressed, according to the statement, "the importance of strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France and the importance of developing them."
 
For his part, the Governor of the French Central Bank affirmed that "there is full readiness to develop banking relations and cooperation between the two countries in the areas of supervision and combating money laundering and terrorist financing
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Al-Kazemi's European tour ... financial and political support to pull Iraq out of its crises

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On the first European tour to enhance economic and security cooperation, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi met with French President Emmanuel Macron, today, Monday, and he will meet with senior officials in Britain, and also in Germany.
Al-Kazemi headed a government delegation accompanying him for a period of 4 days, in order to mobilize support to confront the crises afflicting the country, the most important of which are the financial and health file, and to emphasize the continuing need for Western support in the war against ISIS.
After France, Al-Kazemi moves to Germany, where he is scheduled to meet with Chancellor Angela Merkel, before going to his last stop in Britain.
Economically, the Iraqi delegation accompanying Al-Kazemi, which includes the governor of the Central Bank, Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif, will meet with the governors of the three European countries' banks, to develop banking relations and encourage international investments.

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In this context, the researcher specializing in Iraqi affairs, Tayseer Al-Alusi, said in an exclusive interview with Al-Hurra, that "two things should be paid attention to regarding visiting France. The first is that France supports confronting the factions and the uncontrolled weapon, and the second is Macron's support for Iraqi sovereignty."
Al-Alousi stressed that "there is an effort to raise the name of Iraq from the list of dangerous countries in France, which contributes to attracting French investment and companies," considering that "the economic talks with France are not aimed at establishing the Baghdad Metro and Sinjar Hospital only, but also to rehabilitate the destroyed infrastructure in Iraq."
Regarding Al-Kazemi's visit to Germany, Al-Alusi considered that "Iraq seeks to open doors for cooperation in the fields of energy and transportation, and there is a German tendency to reopen the consulate in Basra, and there are efforts to strengthen relations in various fields."
It is also expected that Britain will participate in drawing up an appropriate strategy for developing and rehabilitating the infrastructure and searching for priorities that can raise the Iraqi economy, according to Al-Alousi as well.
The Iraqi researcher stressed that "Iraq's orientation towards the European Union is a vital matter and one of the pillars of the country's transformation towards openness to the outside," noting that "this visit provides reassurances to the Iraqi people in revolt about a better future
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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi discussed during his meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron at the Elysee Palace in the capital, Paris, on Monday, the bilateral relations between the two countries, and ways to develop them, as well as the latest regional and international developments, and ways to continue confronting terrorism, and exchanging views on a number of issues. Of common interest, while Al-Kazemi confirmed, during his meeting with his French counterpart Jean Castex, that his government seeks solid relations with the countries of the world based on common interests, and restore Iraq to its international status, while Iraq signed three memoranda of intent in the fields of transport and agriculture, And education.

A statement issued by Al-Kazemi's office stated, "The meeting with Macron dealt with ways to enhance joint cooperation between Iraq and France, especially with regard to the economic, security and cultural fields, and in the field of combating terrorism." According to the statement, Al-Kazemi expressed his "aspiration to strengthen the existing friendly relations between the two countries, and to consolidate ways of joint cooperation, in a way that enhances the common interests between them."

In another statement, Al-Kazemi's office said that during the meeting with the French Prime Minister, the situation in the region was discussed, and views exchanged on a number of issues. Al-Kazemi pointed out to "the importance of strengthening cooperation between the two countries in many sectors, as the government seeks solid relations with countries of the world based on common interests, and to restore Iraq to its international status."

On the other hand, a third statement issued by Al-Kazemi's office stated that «the Iraqi Minister of Agriculture signed with the French Minister of Agriculture and Food, a memorandum of intent to strengthen cooperation between the two sides in the field of strengthening the institutional capabilities of the Iraqi Ministry of Agriculture, including the exchange of experiences in the field of agriculture. The memorandum also includes the encouragement of agricultural and food partnerships in the fields of food and agricultural industries, agricultural machinery, and the development of land and water resources. The statement added, “The Iraqi Minister of Transport signed a memorandum of good intentions with his French counterpart regarding the construction of the suspended train in the capital, Baghdad, while the memorandum included a declaration of intent, which he signed on behalf of the Iraqi Minister of Higher Education, Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Hamid Al-Ghazi with the Minister of Education French, strengthening cooperation in the field of education between the two parties ».

 

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The information / Baghdad ..

France announced, on Monday, its readiness to develop its relations with Iraq in the banking field.

"The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Mkhaif, met with his French counterpart within the framework of the visit, which will include three European countries," the bank’s media office said in a statement received by the Iraqi Central Bank.

The meeting, which took place in the building of the French Central Bank, included "discussing bilateral relations between the two countries, strengthening banking relations between Iraq and France and the importance of developing them."

For his part, the Governor of the French Central Bank affirmed that "there is complete readiness to develop banking relations and cooperation between the two countries in the areas of supervision and combating money laundering and terrorist financing." 25 S.

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Iraq's Kadhimi kicks off European tour in Paris

Iraq’s Prime Minister Mustafa al-Khadimi is also slated to visit Germany and the United Kingdom as he looks to deepen economic and security cooperation.

 
 
 
 
 
al-monitor Prime Minister of Iraq Mustafa al-Kadhimi (L) is welcomed by France's President Emmanuel Macron ahead of a working lunch at the Elysee Palace in Paris on Oct. 19, 2020.  Photo by LUDOVIC MARIN/AFP via Getty Images.
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Iraq’s Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi began a European tour on Sunday that will include stops in France, Germany and the United Kingdom to discuss topics including economic cooperation, security concerns and handling the coronavirus.

Kadhimi’s visits to European capitals come as his priorities are focused on battling Iraq’s worsening economic crisis, renewed calls for anti-government protests as soon as this weekend, and attacks on diplomatic missions by Iran-backed militias that have prompted Washington to threaten to shutter its embassy in Baghdad.

Accompanied by a delegation of ministers and heads of departments, Kadhimi arrived in Paris late on Sunday. Alongside France’s Prime Minister Jean Castex, the states signed on Monday three memorandums of intent across the fields of transportation, agriculture and education.

A few details of the agreements include cooperation on the construction of a metro railway in Baghdad, developing land and water resources in Iraq, and expanding the admission of Iraqi students to French universities.

Iraq and France have intensified meetings in recent months, as Paris seeks to expand its diplomatic influence and the United States draws down its troops. Baghdad hosted France’s President Emmanuel Macron last month. It was the first visit by a Western leader to Baghdad since Kadhimi assumed the role of prime minister in May. Iraq’s President Barham Salih greeted Macron as a “dear friend.”

 

 

“We don’t want Iraq to be a battleground for the conflict of others,” Salih said at a press conference following the meeting. “We want others to participate in achieving stability in Iraq and respecting its sovereignty and to prevent the interference in its domestic affairs.”

During Macron’s visit, he and Kadhimi discussed the prospect of a civil nuclear energy project to address Iraq’s regular blackouts and electricity shortages. That discussion took a leap forward on Sept. 24 when Kadhimi ordered the formation of a committee to oversee the building of nuclear reactors.

And earlier this month, Iraq hosted France’s Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian, who reaffirmed France’s support for Iraqi sovereignty and “international efforts in the fight against Daesh (Islamic State),” according to a statement from their Foreign Ministry.

Also this month, Iraq’s Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein visited Paris on a European trip of his own. As Iraq prepares for early elections in June 2021, Hussein told Rudaw while in the French capital that he requested France and other European countries to send observers to their early election to increase confidence in the results. Iraq’s 2018 parliamentary elections were marred by calls of corruption, and it took political parties months to cobble together a new government.

Next on Kadhimi’s itinerary this week is a trip to Berlin, where German Chancellor Angela Merkel is scheduled to receive the prime minister on Tuesday. Important agenda items for the meeting will include Germany’s reduced troop presence in the region and their departing involvement in the US-led coalition to fight the Islamic State.

In September of last year, Germany announced it would extend its mission in Iraq with the international anti-Islamic State coalition until the end of this month and would continue to reduce the number of troops across the region.

In a press conference with German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas last month, Hussein stressed that Iraq still needs training and support from Germany and other forces to fight the extremist group.

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The Central Bank of Iraq announced today, Sunday, that Governor Mustafa Ghaleb Mekharif will discuss, while accompanying the Prime Minister on his visit to France, Germany and the United Kingdom, removing Iraq from the European Union's high-risk list.
 
A statement issued by the Central Bank, received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), stated that “terrifying, accompanied by a high-level government delegation headed by the Prime Minister, participated in a visit to France, Germany and the United Kingdom.”
 
He added, "It is scary that he will meet during the four-day visit with counterparts to discuss a number of common issues, especially removing Iraq from the European Union's high-risk list, as well as discussing the development of banking relations and financial investment between Iraq and these countries; Because of its economic weight in Europe and the world.
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Well if anyone is going to accomplish the removal it will be

 PM Kazimi and the Governor of the central bank.  Good Luck guys!!!

 

Thank you Yota :D  

 

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Macron confirms that France stands by Iraq in facing terrorism

Macron confirms that France stands by Iraq in facing terrorism
The French President during Al-Kazemi's reception
 October 19, 2020 11:41 PM

Mubasher: French President Emmanuel Macron confirmed today, Monday, that his country stands by Iraq in fighting terrorism.

Macron said in a tweet through his official account on the social networking site "Twitter", that "France continues its commitment to stand by Iraq in fighting terrorism and in supporting respect for its sovereignty," adding that "we will defeat evil at its roots."

He continued, "I thank Al-Aziz Mustafa Al-Kazimi for reviewing the initiative that we launched together a month after my visit to Baghdad."

The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, met on Monday at the Elysee Palace in the capital, Paris, with French President Emmanuel Macron, as part of his current European tour that includes visits to France, Germany and Britain.

During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to develop them. The latest regional and international developments were reviewed, and views exchanged on a number of issues of common interest, according to the media office of the Prime Minister.

The meeting dealt with ways to enhance joint cooperation between Iraq and France, especially with regard to the economic, security and cultural fields, and in the field of combating terrorism. 

Al-Kazemi expressed his aspiration to strengthen the existing friendly relations between the two countries, and to consolidate ways of joint cooperation, in a way that enhances the common interests between them, appreciating the efforts made by France to launch an initiative to support the Iraqi government in implementing some of its government reform program.

French President Macron welcomed the visit of Prime Minister Al-Kazemi, and affirmed his country's keenness to strengthen ties with Iraq in various fields.

 

The Iraqi Prime Minister concluded an official visit to Paris, during which he met with a number of officials and delegations from French companies, heading to the German capital, Berlin.

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Ahmed Mulla Talal, a spokesman for the Prime Minister, announced that Mustafa Al-Kazemi will travel to the German capital Berlin after the end of his visit to France.

Mulla Talal said in a tweet on Twitter, "24 fruitful hours in Paris, during which Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi met with French President Emmanuel Macron, and he held meetings with the accompanying ministerial delegation with the French government, after which he had a distinguished meeting with major French companies."

Mulla Talal added, "And now on the way to Berlin."

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Al-Kazemi arrives in Germany

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived in Germany on Monday.

The media office of the Prime Minister said, in a statement received by "progress", a copy of it, that "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived in Germany."

Al-Kazemi arrived in France this morning, where he met with French President Emmanuel Macron, then held meetings with the accompanying ministerial delegation with the French government, and held separate meetings with major French companies and UNESCO.

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