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Post by RamblerNash on Wed Apr 24, 2019 7:19 pm


Samson » April 23rd, 2019

Governor of Basra announces the release of the financial amounts of the contractors by (30%)

23rd April, 2019

Announced the governor of Basra, Asaad Abdul Amir Alaidani, Tuesday, the launch of exchange funds by the Ministry of Finance, which relate to receivables contractors for the province of Basra in 2019. 

Said Alaidani in a statement received / scales News / copy of it, that "the Ministry of Planning addressed the Ministry of Finance Accounting Service to launch the disbursement of ninety - two billion four hundred and seventy - eight million three hundred and forty nine thousand dinars, which represents the amount of dues contractors for the province of Basra for the year 2019 (30%)." 

He added, that "based on paragraph 28 of the powers granted within the powers of the implementation of the investment project expenditures for 2019 have been authorized Basra province and the validity of the implementation of exchange, taking into account compliance with the instructions and powers for the implementation of the investment budget". LINK

Al-Issawi confirms that Saudi Arabia has entered Iraq strongly to contribute to reconstruction and reconstruction

23rd April, 2019

MP Faleh al-Issawi said on Tuesday that Saudi Arabia has entered Iraq strongly to contribute to its reconstruction and stability and support its sovereignty to curb foreign interference.

"Iraq has suffered a lot from the Iranian presence, which has brought him only a lot of economic, political and security problems, and what has happened during the previous years is the best evidence of that," Al-Issawi said. "The return of Iraq to the Arab embrace means returning to taking the initiative in keeping Regional and international stability".

"The Saudi presence in Iraq is of great importance in contributing to the reconstruction of its lands and the strengthening of its economy and its stability after the years of destruction and devastation suffered by Iraq over the past years," he added.

"The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was afraid of the economic presence in Iraq because of the policy of previous governments that did not allow Iraq to open up on the Arab axis," noting that "former Prime Minister Haider Abadi announced the Saudi-Iraqi Coordination Council, which was the first step in the beginning of the return of Iraqi relations Saudi Arabia's nature." 

Jjimmyjj » April 23rd, 2019


I might have had a bit of a hangdog look this morning after first waking up, but after reading this my ears are perked up, and I'm wide-eyed and bushy-tailed!

Saudi Arabia teased this development a couple of weeks ago, Frank and teams have talked about it expansively (especially last night. Thanks, Frank!), and now IRAQ is confirming it:

Iraq is kicking Iran out of the treehouse, and Saudi Arabia is Iraq's new BFF!!

In my opinion, this is a huge development for the future of Iraq. Instead of being tied at the hip with the outlaw state of Iran (who are Shia like them), they have made a huge decision to unite with the Sunni Saudi's. This is monumental.

This is not only words, but ACTIONS to show they are desirous to join the world economy in a big way, and to become a valued member of the western economy. I'm sure they have been promised many rewards for making this step.

Incidentally, kudos to the US for being wise enough to push SA to take the place of Iran. It is one thing to tell Iraq to get rid of Iranian influence, but having someone waiting in the wings to fill the vacuum (and who aren't interested in sending death squads to their country and taking over their government through proxies) is quite another. This is getting good, kids!

Rommy » April 23rd, 2019

And as a refresher, what was the first country President Trump visited?

That's correct, Saudi Arabia on May 20–22, 2017. (very interesting list) Who's coins has the CBI put on display?

Edwwww » April 23rd, 2019

He also sent Jared Kushner to Iraq on inaugaration day also

Samson » April 23rd, 2019

Abdul Mahdi will visit Berlin, Paris and then Washington next week to discuss Iran's sanctions

23rd April, 2019

The strategic expert, Al-Hashemi, Tuesday, expressed the intention of Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to visit Germany, France and America next week, indicating that Abdul-Mahdi will discuss in Washington to exclude Iraq from the import of Iranian gas in the coming period.

"Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi plans to visit Germany, France and the United States next week to discuss the development of relations and the war on terror," al-Hashemi told the news agency.

"The prime minister will discuss with the US administration the extension of Iraq's exemption from sanctions against Iran for several months to import gas for the operation of power plants in Iraq," he said.

"The region is in a new crisis with increasing US sanctions against Iran and Tehran and Iraq are taking more serious positions to resolve crises without harming their interests," he said. LINK

Washington's recent decision to push the Iranian riyal to the abyss

23rd April, 2019

The Iranian currency depreciated against the dollar after Washington announced tougher restrictions on Iranian oil exports and said it would not grant ex-Iranian buyers a concession after May. 

The data on the site 'Bunbast', which monitors the movement of the Iranian currency against foreign currencies in the parallel market, the exchange rate of the dollar amounted to Monday 140,500 Iranian riyals (Tuman = 10 riyals), an increase of 2.5% from Sunday. 

For comparison, the dollar was sold at the beginning of this year in the parallel market for 112000 riyals, meaning that the US currency rose since the beginning of 2019 until yesterday, 28,500 riyals. 

The drop came after the United States announced on Monday it would end all exemptions from sanctions on Iran in May that allow eight countries to buy Iranian oil without falling under US sanctions. LINK

The arrival of a delegation from the Gulf Cooperation Council to Baghdad

23rd April, 2019

A delegation from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) arrived in Baghdad on Tuesday for an official visit.

"A delegation from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) headed by Secretary-General Abdul Latif bin Rashid Al-Zayani has arrived in Baghdad this afternoon," state television reported in an emergency news broadcast by Alsumaria News. 

On Saturday, April 20, 2019, the Iraqi capital Baghdad hosted the conference of parliaments of neighboring countries of Iraq at the invitation of Parliament Speaker Mohamed Halboussi. LINK

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