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Post by Ssmith Thu Mar 07, 2019 9:55 am


JJonesmx » March 6th, 2019

Thursday, March 7, 2019

Iraqi satellite for international investment

Baghdad/ Iraq TradeLink: Iraqi Communications Ministry announced intentions to put Iraqi satellite

project to international investments.

Earlier, a workshop was convened with the French Airbus Company to train Iraqi cadre to finalize the project that was stopped since 2014 due to lack of financial allocations.

It is expected that the project will be in the service of agricultural, industrial, military and environmental purposes, as well as security operations, experts said.

Future prospects of the ministry included a move to establish Iraqi space agency to assist Iraqi governmental departments in all sectors.


GEM » March 6th, 2019

Has anyone notice that Iraq Parliament has a session Saturday and all of the Ministers and some important laws could be past as well as it could finally be done with that phase of things we are looking for! IMO

Don961 » March 6th, 2019

Vietnam summit was Trump's Reykjavik -- He's just put North Korea's Kim and China's Xi on notice

President Trump just performed one of the most important features of tough negotiating: he demonstrated a willingness to walk away.

........................ Trump rightly said thanks but no thanks. .................

Trump’s willingness to walk away from a bad arms-control deal was reminiscent of President Ronald Reagan’s 1986 summit with Soviets at Reykjavik, Iceland. There the Soviet leader, Mikhail Gorbachev, offered Reagan massive nuclear-arms reductions if only Reagan agreed to abandon his plan for ballistic-missile defenses, which could actually defend the American people from a nuclear attack, rather than just avenge them through a retaliatory strike.

Reagan said no. ..............................

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