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Mustafa Al Kadhimi will meet his British counterpart Boris Johnson

 
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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al Kadhimi is set to meet British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in London this week as part of a European tour to shore up support for Baghdad’s fight against terrorism and the coronavirus pandemic.

The Iraqi leader was appointed in May following mass anti-government protests that rocked the country and pushed the former premier Adel Abdul Mahdi to resign.

On taking leadership, Mr Al Kadhimi vowed widespread reform.

He landed in the British capital late on Tuesday after departing from Berlin where he held meetings with German Chancellor Angela Merkle and other officials.

رئيس مجلس الوزراء @MAKadhimi يصل الى العاصمة البريطانية لندن. pic.twitter.com/ZrlXfu5liJ

– المكتب الاعلامي لرئيس الوزراء 🇮🇶 (@IraqiPMO) October 20, 2020

During his visit to Berlin the Iraqi prime minister said Germany's support was crucial to his country’s reconstruction work and spoke about his government’s “ambitious programme” to modernise and rebuild the Iraqi economy.

 

“There are many things that we are seeking co-operation on, such as the issue of refugees and displaced persons as well as the problem of foreign ISIS fighters,” Mr Al Kadhimi said.

 

Mrs Merkel praised the Iraqi government’s “will to reform”.

The Iraqi prime minister is accompanied by a high-level delegation of ministers and officials.

They include the finance, oil, defence and foreign ministers, the governor of the central bank and the head of the investment commission.

Prior to visiting Germany he landed in Paris and met with President Emmanuel Macron where the two also discussed the fight against terrorism.

Mr Macron expressed support for Iraq's sovereignty and highlighted that Baghdad's main challenges were terrorism and foreign interference in its affairs, in reference to Iran.

The French president also mentioned that he welcomed more investment in infrastructure projects, such as French group Alstom's plans to support a Baghdad metro project.

Mr Macron tweeted a picture of himself and Mr Al Kadhimi and said in Arabic that France will continue to stand by Iraq.

“We will defeat evil at its roots. I would like to thank Mustafa Al Kadhimi for reviewing the initiative that we launched together a month after my visit to Baghdad.” he said.

Updated: October 21, 2020 03:40 PM

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 The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif, met today, Wednesday, with the Governor of the Bank of England.

"The meeting dealt with ways to develop banking relations and increase the volume of investment transactions between the two countries, as well as the importance of cooperation in the field of" combating money laundering and terrorist financing "and overcoming the obstacles that hinder the process of opening branches for foreign banks operating in Iraq, a statement said.
The statement added, "In the framework of his visit to the United Kingdom, the governor also met with the two international auditing companies Ernst & Young and PWC, where he discussed with them enhancing the volume of work with the Central Bank of Iraq because of these companies' experience and reliability, stressing his keenness to maintain the relationship with them during the coming period."

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Central Bank Governor Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif discussed, on Wednesday, the final requirements for Iraq to join the European Bank.

The central bank said in a statement that Alsumaria News received a copy of, that "the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq met in the capital, London, today, Wednesday, with the Governor of the Bank of England, and the meeting dealt with ways to develop banking relations and increase the volume of investment transactions between the two countries as well as the importance of cooperation in the field of combating money laundering." Financing terrorism and overcoming obstacles that hinder the process of opening branches for foreign banks operating in Iraq. "
 
 
He added that the governor "met, within the framework of his visit to the United Kingdom, with the two international auditing companies Ernst & Young and PWC, where he discussed with them enhancing the volume of work with the Central Bank of Iraq because of these companies' experience and reliability," stressing his keenness to "maintain the relationship with them during the coming period."
 
"The governor concluded his meetings with the Secretary General of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and the meeting included discussion of the final requirements for Iraq's accession to the European Bank, as well as their desire to deal with private Iraqi companies and banks," the statement added.
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The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif, discussed the book today, Wednesday, in the United Kingdom, the final requirements for joining the European Bank.

The bank statement said on the sidelines of the book's meeting with the Governor of the Bank of England that the requirements of the next phase require the importance of cooperation in the field of combating money laundering and terrorist financing and overcoming the obstacles that hinder the process of opening branches for foreign banks operating in Iraq, as part of the plan for Iraq to join the European Bank.

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Central Bank Governor Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif discussed, on Wednesday, the final requirements for Iraq to join the European Bank.

The central bank said in a statement that Alsumaria News received a copy of, that "the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq met in the capital, London, today, Wednesday, with the Governor of the Bank of England, and the meeting dealt with ways to develop banking relations and increase the volume of investment transactions between the two countries as well as the importance of cooperation in the field of combating money laundering." Financing terrorism and overcoming obstacles that hinder the process of opening branches for foreign banks operating in Iraq. "
 
 
He added that the governor "met, within the framework of his visit to the United Kingdom, with the two international auditing companies Ernst & Young and PWC, where he discussed with them enhancing the volume of work with the Central Bank of Iraq because of these companies' experience and reliability," stressing his keenness to "maintain the relationship with them during the coming period."
 
"The governor concluded his meetings with the Secretary General of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and the meeting included discussion of the final requirements for Iraq's accession to the European Bank, as well as their desire to deal with private Iraqi companies and banks," the statement added.

Sounds like they are gearing up to be internationally respected

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Central Bank Governor Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif discussed, on Wednesday, the final requirements for Iraq to join the European Bank.

The central bank said in a statement that Alsumaria News received a copy of, that "the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq met in the capital, London, today, Wednesday, with the Governor of the Bank of England, and the meeting dealt with ways to develop banking relations and increase the volume of investment transactions between the two countries as well as the importance of cooperation in the field of combating money laundering." Financing terrorism and overcoming obstacles that hinder the process of opening branches for foreign banks operating in Iraq. "
 
 
He added that the governor "met, within the framework of his visit to the United Kingdom, with the two international auditing companies Ernst & Young and PWC, where he discussed with them enhancing the volume of work with the Central Bank of Iraq because of these companies' experience and reliability," stressing his keenness to "maintain the relationship with them during the coming period."
 
"The governor concluded his meetings with the Secretary General of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and the meeting included discussion of the final requirements for Iraq's accession to the European Bank, as well as their desire to deal with private Iraqi companies and banks," the statement added.
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British Minister Allawi: We are ready to help Iraq in the economic crisis
  
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Minister for Middle East Affairs in the British government, James Cleverley, affirmed his country's readiness to support Iraq in facing the economic crisis.

Cleverley discussed with Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Ali Allawi, who is visiting London accompanied by the government delegation headed by Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, that "the white paper for economic reform is a first step, and it is part of urgent work that needs to be taken."
He added, "The ongoing economic crisis poses a growing threat to the stability of Iraq and the United Kingdom is ready to help."
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(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Mechif, met today, Wednesday, with the Governor of the Bank of England.

A statement by the Iraqi Bank Media, a copy of which was received by the Al Furat News Agency, stated that "the meeting dealt with ways to develop banking relations and increase the volume of investment transactions between the two countries as well as the importance of cooperation in the field of {combating money laundering and terrorist financing} and overcoming obstacles that stand in the way of opening branches for banks. A foreigner working in Iraq. "
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France accepts military requests to Iraq, including planes, and the defense minister is visiting Paris again
  
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The writer and journalist from Paris, Saad Al-Masoudi, revealed that France agreed to military requests for Iraq, while announcing the visit of the Minister of Defense, Jumah Inad, to Paris next month.

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Al-Masoudi added, "Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi's tours in Europe are not new, as many presidents have visited France, Germany and Britain, but they have not come up with projects on the ground yet."
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Al-Masoudi added, "As for the European side, it called for preparing the appropriate security ground for construction in Iraq," revealing that Al-Kazemi held an important meeting with his British counterpart Johnson on Thursday, and the discussion will focus on different files from what was discussed in France.
Regarding the removal of the name of Iraq from the list of the most dangerous in money laundering, Al-Masoudi commented, "It is still too early for this ... what is required for the state to fully control the interior, the central bank and private banks." 
Al-Masoudi ended his speech by saying, "The French President Macron told Al-Kazimi," Secure what is inside, and we will be with you, "stressing that" there is a French European desire to help Iraq. "
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The Governor of the Central Bank and the British counterpart are discussing opening branches of foreign banks in Iraq
  
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Mechif, met today, Wednesday, with the Governor of the Bank of England.

A statement by the Iraqi Bank Media, a copy of which was received by the Al Furat News Agency, stated that "the meeting dealt with ways to develop banking relations and increase the volume of investment transactions between the two countries as well as the importance of cooperation in the field of {combating money laundering and terrorist financing} and overcoming obstacles that stand in the way of opening branches for banks. A foreigner working in Iraq. "
The statement added, "In the framework of his visit to the United Kingdom, the governor also met with the two international auditing companies Ernst & Young and PWC, where he discussed with them enhancing the volume of work with the Central Bank of Iraq because of these companies' experience and reliability, stressing his keenness to maintain the relationship with them during the coming period."
The governor of the Central Bank concluded his meetings with the Secretary General of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The meeting included discussing the final requirements for Iraq's accession to the European Bank, as well as their desire to deal with Iraqi private companies and banks.

if im not mistaken shab is board of monetary policy BOE

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Britain appoints Iraqi professor Sinan al-Shabibi as chairman of monetary policy committee

 


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The British central bank issued a decision on Monday to appoint Iraqi professor Sinan al-Shabibi as chairman of the monetary policy committee.

"The Bank of England decided to appoint Professor Shabibi as chairman of the Monetary Policy Committee, which was previously governor of the Central Bank of Iraq," the English media reported.

"This decision came to benefit from the experiences of al-Shabibi to maintain the exchange rate of the British pound and to prevent the British economy from getting into trouble, especially after the exit from the European Union."

Iraqi sources told al-Madar that Professor Sinan al-Shabibi had been deposed from the post of governor of the Central Bank of Iraq by the previous government headed by Nuri al-Maliki, because he did not agree to sell the dollar to Iran.

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Iraq and Britain are discussing increasing the volume of investment transactions and combating money laundering

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 October 21, 2020 09:41 PM

Iraq - Mubasher: Mustafa Ghaleb Makhif, Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, discussed with the Governor of the Bank of England to increase the volume of investment transactions, during a meeting held today, Wednesday, in the capital, London.

The central bank said that the meeting dealt with ways to develop banking relations and increase the volume of investment transactions between the two countries, as well as emphasizing the importance of cooperation in the fields of combating money laundering and terrorist financing and overcoming obstacles that hinder the process of opening branches for foreign banks operating in Iraq, according to the Iraqi News Agency, "INA". 

He added that the governor met, within the framework of his visit to the United Kingdom, with the two international auditing companies Ernst & Young and PWC, where he discussed with them enhancing the volume of work with the Central Bank of Iraq because of these companies' experience and reliability, stressing his keenness to maintain the relationship with them during the coming period.

Mustafa Ghaleb concluded his meetings with the Secretary General of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), where the meeting included discussion of the final requirements for Iraq's accession to the European Bank, as well as their desire to deal with private Iraqi companies and banks.

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Shafaq News / The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, met today, Thursday, in the British capital, London, with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as part of his European tour that also included France and Germany .

A statement issued by Al-Kazemi's media office stated that the meeting discussed issues of common interest, reviewing the overall developments and political and security positions in Iraq and the region, and developing bilateral relations between the two countries in a way that serves local and regional peace and stability .

The statement stated that during the meeting, agreement was reached on more cooperation between Baghdad and London, in the field of combating terrorism, as well as in the political and economic sphere, in light of the economic challenges that Iraq faces due to the decline in global oil prices and the repercussions of the Corona pandemic, and moving forward for strategic cooperation between Iraq And the United Kingdom, includes multiple hubs.

Last Sunday, Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi left the capital, Baghdad, heading to the French capital, Paris, on his European tour that included Britain and Germany .

Al-Kazemi is accompanied, on his European tour, by a high-ranking government delegation that includes a number of ministers and heads of independent bodies.

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Al-Kazemi and Johnson agree to proceed with a strategic cooperation that includes multiple axes
  
(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, met today, Thursday, in the British capital, London, with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, at the end of his European tour that also included France and Germany.

A statement by the Prime Minister’s Office, a copy of which was received by the Al Furat News Agency, stated, “The discussion of issues of common concern, the review of all developments and political and security positions in Iraq and the region, and the development of bilateral relations between the two countries in a way that serves peace and local and regional stability.”
The statement added that "during the meeting, it was agreed on more cooperation between Baghdad and London, in the field of combating terrorism, and also in the political and economic sphere, in light of the economic challenges that Iraq faces due to the decline in global oil prices and the repercussions of the Corona pandemic, and moving forward with strategic cooperation between Iraq and the United Kingdom, including multiple axes. "
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The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Makhaif, discussed the book today, Wednesday, in the United Kingdom, the final requirements for joining the European Bank.

The bank statement said on the sidelines of the book's meeting with the Governor of the Bank of England that the requirements of the next phase require the importance of cooperation in the field of combating money laundering and terrorist financing and overcoming the obstacles that hinder the process of opening branches for foreign banks operating in Iraq, as part of the plan for Iraq to join the European Bank.

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Defense Minister to researchers in Britain: It is possible to move around in Iraq safely, unlike what the media depict
 

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(Baghdad: Al Furat News) The Minister of Defense, Jumah Inad, confirmed, on Thursday, that Iraq is a strong country, despite the problems it is going through, while it is possible to move around in Iraq safely, unlike what the media depicts.

A statement by the ministry stated that "while accompanied by the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Minister of Defense Jumah Inad, accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, held an expanded video conference at (RUSI) the Royal United Institute for Strategic Studies, International and Security Studies in London with many researchers from different parts of the United Kingdom. And the world. "
The statement added that "the Minister of Defense gave a brief explanation about the security situation in Iraq and the Middle East region," noting that "despite the problems that Iraq is going through, it is a strong country with great capabilities and qualifications, and anyone can now go to Iraq and travel day and night in all its parts. With great safety, it reflected what some media channels imagined to the world. "
The statement quoted Inad as his assertion that "the Iraqi government will continue to implement its tasks until the elections next year."
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Al-Kazemi and Johnson agree to move forward for a strategic cooperation

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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi discussed, today, Thursday, with his British counterpart Boris Johnson, bilateral relations and an agreement to move forward for strategic cooperation.
His media office stated in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "Al-Kazemi met in the British capital London, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as part of his European tour that also included France and Germany."
"The meeting included discussing issues of common interest, reviewing the overall developments and political and security positions in Iraq and the region, and developing bilateral relations between the two countries in a way that serves peace and local and regional stability," the statement said.
He added, "It has been agreed on more cooperation between Baghdad and London, in the field of combating terrorism, and also in the political and economic sphere, in light of the economic challenges that Iraq faces due to the decline in global oil prices and the repercussions of the Corona pandemic, and moving forward for strategic cooperation between Iraq and the United Kingdom," Includes multiple themes. "
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Al-Kazemi: The opportunity is available for British companies to invest in Iraq

 
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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received, at his residence in the British capital, London, on Thursday, British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab.
During the meeting, they discussed the security and political situations in Iraq and the region, and ways to enhance joint cooperation between the two countries in various fields, especially in the economic and security fields.
Al-Kazemi referred to the Iraqi government's serious endeavor to achieve economic reform, and to make Iraq an attractive environment for investment, through international cooperation with its partners in the world, and stressed that the opportunity is available for British companies to invest in Iraq, and the government's keenness to provide suitable conditions for work.
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Al-Kazemi and Johnson agree to proceed with the strategic cooperation between Iraq and Britain

 
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Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi met, today, Thursday, in the British capital, London, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, as part of his European tour that also included France and Germany.
 
The meeting discussed issues of common interest, reviewing the overall developments and political and security stances in Iraq and the region, and developing bilateral relations between the two countries in a way that serves peace and local and regional stability.
 
During the meeting, it was agreed on more cooperation between Baghdad and London, in the field of combating terrorism, as well as in the political and economic sphere, in light of the economic challenges that Iraq faces due to the decline in global oil prices and the repercussions of the Corona pandemic, and moving forward for strategic cooperation between Iraq and the United Kingdom, Includes multiple themes.
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