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Saleh for "Economy News": Iraq is able to restore its funds belonging to the former regime with the existence of Law No. 9 of 2012

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Saleh for "Economy News": Iraq is able to restore its funds belonging to the former regime with the existence of Law No. 9 of 2012

Post by RamblerNash on Sun Sep 02, 2018 12:41 pm

Saleh for "Economy News": Iraq is able to restore its funds belonging to the former regime with the existence of Law No. 9 of 2012

Appearance of Mohammed Saleh

Economy News Baghdad

The financial adviser to the Prime Minister, the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, on Sunday, the possibility of Iraq to recover its funds located in international banks in accordance with the provisions of the Law of the Fund for the recovery of Iraqi funds (No. 9 of 2012).

In accordance with article 2 of its law, the Fund aims to "recover all the financial rights of the Republic of Iraq illegally obtained by Iraqis and foreigners by improper use of the oil-for-food program, blockade, smuggling, economic sabotage or the use of sanctions against Iraq at the time At the expense of the Iraqi people and receive any compensation resulting from the Republic of Iraq by any legitimate and recognized decision. "

"The entities of the former regime are subject to Security Council resolution 1483 in May 2003, which directed all international banks and financial institutions to freeze all funds belonging to the former regime and transfer them to the account of the Development Fund for Iraq at the time," Saleh said in an interview with Al-Iktissad News.

He added that "many of the international banks responded to the decision of the Security Council and transferred funds to the Fund and became part of the public money," noting that "there is a recovery department in the Integrity Commission tasked to work on the pursuit of any money belonging to Iraq and its work is ongoing and not limited to the former regime "He said.

The financial adviser to the Prime Minister that the proportion of funds transferred to the fund to recover Iraq's funds since 2003 and so far "amounted to a few billion dollars."


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