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Post by claud39 on Sat Aug 29, 2020 6:55 pm

Sorry dear forum members !!

As I lost a full day for our friend Jayzze to show him that I was following the news of the day, I will put some articles in order to better follow the news of the country, such as the visit of French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron by example !!!

Good evening to all !!


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[size=20]Baghdad - People 
  
French President Emmanuel Macron plans to visit the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, next week. 
 
According to a source in the Iraqi Foreign Ministry who spoke to "People," (25 August 2020), "The French president will make an official visit to Iraq next week, to confirm Baghdad's restoration of its role."  

The French presidency had reported in July of last year that Macron might visit Iraq in the coming months, but that visit did not materialize.  
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[rtl]A historic agreement and a special file that the French President will carry on his visit to Iraq soon[/rtl]





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Member of the Foreign Relations Committee in the Iraqi Parliament, Mukhtar Al-Mousawi, revealed, on Saturday, the files that French President Emmanuel Macron is carrying on his visit to Iraq soon.


Al-Mousawi said, according to the Russian news agency Sputnik, that the French President, Macron, will visit the capital, Baghdad, next month, after changing the date of his visit, which was agreed upon by the French Defense Minister, Florence Parly.

Moussawi added that the files carried by the French President on his visit to Iraq, on top of which are the discussion with the Iraqi government on electricity, because there is a German-French agreement on electric power.

He confirmed, and Macron also carries with him a special file on Iraq's borders with neighboring countries: Syria, Turkey and Iran.

He continued, that the French President's talks are economic and focus on energy.

The Minister of the French Armies, Florence Parly, arrived in Baghdad last Thursday, August 27, and held talks with the President of the Republic, Barham Salih, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, her counterpart Jumah Inad al-Jubouri, and the leader of the international coalition forces led by the United States of America against terrorism.
Iraq suffers from a crisis in electric power over many years and a continuous interruption of the current current that prompted citizens to go out in angry popular protests, especially in the central and southern governorates, which are experiencing a significant rise in temperatures that exceed half the boiling point of water during the summer season.






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[size=42]Will Iraq be the economic heart of the Middle East?[/size]


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French President Emmanuel Macron intends to make his first official visit to Iraq tomorrow, Wednesday, and reports quoting French government sources indicated that Macron's visit comes as an expression of standing by Iraq in the face of the crisis afflicting it.





Is Mr. Macron looking for a major economic opening with Iraq? 

On this topic, the guest of the "Where is the Truth" program on "Sputnik" radio, professor of political thought at Al-Mustansiriya University, Dr. Issam Al-Faily says:
"This visit may come as a continuation of the international and regional openness to Iraq, as they realize that they are dealing with a new project for the Iraqi state, represented by the stability in which the country is living and which opens the doors for investment to France."
Iraq comes in second place in terms of French interest after Lebanon , and Paris may seek to conclude new agreements with Baghdad, as it wants to strengthen its alliance with countries that have direct contact with Turkey," al-Faili said.
Faily added, "France may offer solutions to the problems that Iraq suffers. Economic stability will lead to positive results in any international alliances in the field of energy, and there is also a conviction that Iraq is the beating economic heart in the region."
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[size=42]Iraqi MP: Macron will visit Baghdad tomorrow[/size]


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A member of the Foreign Relations Committee in the Iraqi Parliament, Amer Al-Fazer, confirmed today, Tuesday, that French President Emmanuel Macron will visit the capital, Baghdad, tomorrow, expecting that the file of Turkish-French differences will be present at the discussion table with Iraqi officials.







Baghdad - Sputnik. The winner said, in a statement to Sputnik: "Tomorrow the French president will visit Baghdad, the French activity has recently escalated in the region. The French president is today in Lebanon and this visit is the second that President Macron makes to Beirut, and it seems that France wants to imprint it and be It has a presence in the region, especially in the economic fields, and cooperation in the field of investment with Iraq. "

Al-Fazer added: "At the same time, you may want to surround Turkey economically, considering that differences have escalated between the two countries recently, and France knows that Turkey has a strong economic presence in Iraq and may want to replace it, and this may be an aspect of the visit," pointing out that "Iraq It also needs countries that support it in the matter of investment, security and health fields. "
"With regard to the security file, the issue of exchanging experiences and information and exchanging even wanted persons in France, for example, will be discussed," the winner added.
Regarding the schedule of the French president’s visit to Baghdad, the winner explained, "We do not have the schedule for the visit, but he will certainly meet the prime minister and perhaps meet the presidents of the republic and parliament, and his visit, as I expect, will not take more than one day."
Macron will conclude, later in the day, a visit to Lebanon that he began yesterday evening, Monday, which is his second visit to Lebanon in a month.


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[size=42]Macron’s visit to Lebanon between Fayrouz’s visit, tutelage and the position of politicians[/size]


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French President Emmanuel Macron arrived in Lebanon on Monday evening for a two-day official visit, his second in less than a month.
This visit comes after the Lebanese ambassador to Germany, Mustafa Diab, was assigned to form the new government. Macron had begun the visit by meeting the Lebanese singer Fairouz at her home, this visit that comes on the eve of Lebanon's celebration of the centenary of the Greater Lebanon.

[rtl]The symbolism of Fayrouz's visit[/rtl]

Macron said after leaving Fayrouz's home that he had promised her, as he promised all the Lebanese , that he would do everything until reforms were implemented in Lebanon and that the country would get better.
Regarding the symbolism and meaning of the visit of a major country like France to Fayrouz, political analyst Tawfiq Shoman says in an interview with "Sputnik": The first meeting of the French president with Mrs. Fairouz is related to the fact that she was the last artistic, humanitarian and national elements that unite and unite the Lebanese around, in addition to that turquoise art is a transcendent art. For the Lebanese and international borders.
[rtl]He continues: I think that he tried to capture this issue through the Lebanese national and local dimensions, and also with regard to French culture and what is mainly related to the arts. Macron wanted to convey these two messages to the Lebanese community first and to the global community secondly.[/rtl]
While political analyst Bishara Khairallah said in his meeting with "Sputnik": Fayrouz holds Lebanese nationality, but it crosses borders, countries, sects and religions, and it is a myth and cannot be compared to any political figure, and it is a unique value in the world, and we cannot compare it to anyone else. President Macron did something very natural, an appreciation for this great personality.
While Professor of International Relations at the Lebanese University, Dr. Jamal Wakim, and in contact with "Sputnik", believes that Fayrouz symbolizes Lebanon in all its sects and classes, and that she is a national symbol. For the safety of the Lebanese entity.
Wakim continues: France had a fundamental role not only in declaring the state of Greater Lebanon, but there is a relationship that unites France with the Mount Lebanon region since the seventeenth century. The country a century ago.
[rtl]He adds: Fayrouz's visit carries this symbolism in light of the situation in Lebanon, which he considers that it is facing a critical stage in its history and an existential danger to it due to the corruption of the ruling political class.[/rtl]

[rtl]What Macron uploaded[/rtl]

The French President meets with many political figures and actors in the Lebanese scene, so what are his demands and what are the things that he carries in his beer for the Lebanese?
Tawfiq Shoman answers this question with the following: Two very important issues preceded Macron's arrival, the first related to the threat to impose sanctions on Lebanese officials. The French newspaper "Figaro", a newspaper close to the Presidency of the French Republic, was also leaked, and that Macron was identifying with Trump, a set of sanctions against senior Lebanese officials.
[rtl]He continues: This news was confirmed by this newspaper on the day Macron arrived in Beirut, and the second issue, which is an accurate reform roadmap and within a precise timetable, is the responsibility of the Lebanese.[/rtl]
And Schuman continues: I think that President Macron, through this reform program, to draw up, draft and write the ministerial statement of Dr. Mustafa Adib's government, and these two issues I think are the most important what French President Macron brought to Beirut.
While Bishara Khairallah summarizes this visit by choosing the new prime minister, and explains: The first visit resulted in Hassan Diab's resignation from the ministry, and the second visit culminated in naming a president charged with forming the government, and all indications and information say that it is the choice of French President Macron.
[rtl]And he continues: This designation is used by the French President to ensure the formation of a government that includes everyone, and the lesson is in the form of this government, because there is a fear that the experiment will be repeated with the same failed and corrupt political class, and the lesson is how to form this government and move away from quotas and political clientelism, secondly, and to move away from All party faces absolutely hated and unwanted third.[/rtl]
While Dr. Jamal Wakim elaborates on answering these questions and says: He preceded this visit about a month ago, in which he carried a warning to the political class that there is a fundamental reform of the structure of the existing system that must take place, because the system that lasted for a century and generated deep crises in the history of Lebanon, the latest of which is the crisis That erupted nearly a year ago, which is the product of accumulations of 40 years ago.
And he continues: He carried a warning to this class that it must move, and he imposed on it to accept the candidate who is now the prime minister-designate, Mustafa Adeeb, with a program of action that this class must adopt, so that its content is a radical reform of the system, which was the words of a number of politicians and the first of them Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri.
Wakim continues his speech: It is also what was said by the President of the Republic in order to announce the state of Greater Lebanon, by moving towards a civil state system, and with an electoral system outside the sectarian restriction, and I believe that we will witness the beginnings of that with the current government, which is considered modified from the previous government of Hassan Diab, because The political class has reached a dead end, and the country has reached an existential predicament.
[rtl]And he concludes: This is considered by France as an investment for four centuries, which it did not sacrifice, as a throw away to the eyes of a corrupt political class that does not carry a state project in this country.[/rtl]

[rtl]French tutelage[/rtl]

Some believe that Macron's visit to Lebanon after the Beirut port bombing was nothing but the declaration of a French trusteeship over Lebanon. On this point, the Lebanese analyst Tawfiq Shoman's opinion was: It is a fact that the human dimension cannot be separated from the political, the tactical, the strategic, nor the local dimension from the global. Without a doubt, this visit will seek to consecrate a French role in Lebanon under the American roof.
And he adds: But at the same time there is a conflict over the eastern Mediterranean, and I think that Macron through this seeks to tell the Turks that the French role is present in this region and Lebanon is based on it, and that is why two days ago there was a resounding speech to him when he said that we have set red lines for Turkish influence in Region.

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Shoman continues: Indeed, we are facing two basic criteria, the first related to the historical, cultural and political relations between Lebanon and France, and the second dimension is to take an anchor to confront Turkish influence in the region, specifically in the eastern Mediterranean.
While expert Bishara Khairallah believes that this visit is imposing a new tutelage on Lebanon, and that everyone rejects it, and he explains: The shape of this visit indicates that, and we reject any tutelage over Lebanon, whether it is French, Iranian, or even American, etc., but President Macron's behavior bears Politicians in Lebanon, because we got to where we are as a result of their actions.
As for Dr. Jamal Wakim, he attributes these visits to other matters beyond the imposition of tutelage, and he explains that by saying: Certainly in this context there is a fear in the West, France and the United States that pushing matters towards a deadlock in Lebanon and more pressure on it may push him to the other side. And to become from the Eurasian bloc or have links to it from China, Russia and Iran.
[rtl]And he continues: It is what the Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Hassan Nasrallah, hinted when he indicated to go east, when he indicated that the current crisis, in large part, erupted due to American pressure, as part of compensation for its loss in the Syrian field and its restoration of the Lebanese field or the imposition of tutelage on it.[/rtl]

[rtl]The Strongest Player[/rtl]

And if France has become the strongest player in the Lebanese arena , which has long witnessed tensions between various parties and regional and international powers, Tawfiq Shoman says: France is the strong player and not the strongest on the Lebanese arena, but I think it has an American green light, and the Gulf states have reservations about this. The role is also on the Lebanese domestic politics, and I believe that the Americans give a deadline after the American elections.
[rtl]He adds: The French generally work on two lines, the first is to intensify their influence in Lebanon through the formation of this government, which is a reform line, and the second is to restructure the political and economic system in Lebanon, and I believe that this restructuring can only take place through consensus at the regional and international levels, Not to mention the local.[/rtl]
As for Bishara Khairallah, he believes that France will not be the strongest player, as it is not a superpower, and the powerful players here are the great great countries.
Dr. Jamal Wakim also thinks, and says: I do not think so, because France lost its pioneering influence in Lebanon, after World War II, but it considers that there is an emotional relationship with this country, of course many Lebanese elites are still associated with France, on the financial level or otherwise. .
He continues: There are cultural elites still associated with France, for example in the year 2014 about 1,300 professors emptied in Lebanon, and more than half of those were French graduates, so there is clear French influence among the elites, so it can be said that there is a strong relationship between France and Lebanon. .
[rtl]And he continues: Of course, when Macron moved, this was not in isolation from coordination with the United States, let us say with the more moderate wing in the US administration, not with the wing that Pompeo represents, but with David Hale and Jeffrey Feltman, for example, a team that is familiar with the sensitivities and the circumstances of the situation. In Lebanon.[/rtl]
Wakim adds: I estimate that if the Americans had pushed more pressure on Lebanon, the result would not have been the isolation of Hezbollah as they had hoped, but rather the transformation of Lebanon and many of these elites to the east, despite the bitterness and losses that Lebanon could suffer and the pain it could go through. Country, as a result of structural restructuring.

[rtl]The position of the political class in Lebanon[/rtl]

On the reaction of politicians, parties, and major powers in Lebanon to the French moves, Tawfiq Shoman speaks: I think that the warning that was issued before Macron's arrival in Lebanon did what he did, so we saw urgent parliamentary consultations and assigning a president to form the government urgently, and now there is talk about the formation of the ministry. In a time that may not take more than a month, and this is a precedent in the history of the formation of Lebanese governments.
[rtl]Schuman said: In this regard, I think that the French role is positive if we separate it from what has to do with the strategic role that France can play at the regional level, and this is in principle, and I think it is welcomed at the national, popular and political level, regardless of what the French political wants at the strategic level. In the region.[/rtl]
While analyst Bishara Khairallah confirms that there is a division in Lebanon over these moves, and explains: There are supporters and opponents, as in every step or occurrence in Lebanon, and of course if it turns out that there is a deal to reproduce the same class in power, then the Lebanese movement will be on the lookout, even if It was run by French President Macron.
As for Dr. Jamal Wakim, he believes that the political class in Lebanon is mostly of Western affection, even with respect to those that profess to be with the eastern axis against the West, but on the political scale in Lebanon we can consider that Hezbollah is the only one out of loyalty to the West or the relationship of dependence with the West .
[rtl]He continues: As for all Christian forces, they are following the West, not only by ideological interest or orientation, but also by opportunistic economic and structural interest, because these sectarian political forces as a whole represent rentier capital linked to the West.[/rtl]
Wakim concludes his speech to "Sputnik" by saying: As for Shiite capital, it is also built in Africa or America, and it is also linked to Western capital. Therefore, the political class represents the interests of banking capital that is organically linked to the West, not the East, and the only one that represents a force outside this spectrum is Hezbollah. Of course, there are forces that are not represented by power that represent an alternative, but they are very weak and cannot change the balance of power.


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Barham Salih: Iraq is looking forward to good economic relations with France




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The Iraqi President, Barham Salih, announced that Iraq is looking forward to good economic relations with France.

Salih said in the press conference with French President Emmanuel Macron, attended by "Economy News", that Iraq wants to activate the agreements signed between the two countries, noting that France shows its support for the reconstruction of the liberated areas and the return of the displaced.

He added that the success of economic relations requires the necessity of activating many contracts and projects with French companies.

On the other hand, French President Emmanuel Macron said that Iraq is going through economic challenges and that foreign interference has weakened the Iraqi government and state. 





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On Wednesday, 9/2/2020, MP Burhan Al-Mamouri described the visit of the French President to Iraq as a "mission", calling for attracting international investment companies and building bridges of economic cooperation with France.


Al-Mamouri said: The crises afflicting the country at various levels require continuous efforts and intense movement in order to find effective solutions to them, indicating at the same time the importance of openness to the international arena and expanding the circles of understanding and cooperation in line with the supreme interests of the country.


Al-Mamouri also stressed the need to extend bridges of economic cooperation with France and the rest of the developed countries to implement major strategic projects to solve the problems of housing, water, electricity, roads and others, stressing the necessity of focusing on dealing on the basis of the country's interest and not on the basis of inclination to one pole without another.


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 New waves of bankruptcy threaten French companies




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After 5 months of enjoying exceptional government aid, troubled French companies have only 45 days to announce their inability to pay their dues before the Commercial Court, and this will lead to a wave of bankruptcy cases in the coming weeks.

In an article published in the French newspaper Lesechos, writer Guillaume de Calignon says that the measures taken by the French authorities to support the affected companies from March 12 to August 24 have led to mitigating the devastating economic effects of the Corona pandemic, but that may not stop the wave of bankruptcy that Experts expect it in the coming period.

Governmental actions


Bruno de Mora Fernandes, an economist at the French foreign trade insurance company, Coface, confirms that “in most European countries, such as Spain, Italy or the United Kingdom, there have been temporary amendments to bankruptcy law to try to delay the declaration of bankruptcy by troubled companies and give them a chance to recover. During the closing period. "

According to the writer, France has succeeded in achieving this goal to a large extent at least until mid-August, when the "Altaras" institution has monitored only 20 thousand and 250 bankruptcy cases since the beginning of this year, 40% less than the bankruptcy cases that were registered during the same period. From last year.

But things may deteriorate sharply in the coming period, and the director of studies in Altares, Terry Mellon, believes that "from now on it will be difficult to avoid waves of bankruptcy," especially in sectors such as tourism, hotels and restaurants, and even in the sector of organizing parties and events. .

Fernandes expects that in 2021 bankruptcies will reach the level they reached after the 2009 financial crisis, that is, about 62,000 bankruptcies annually.

Threatening corporate issues


Dennis Lobos, President of ARC, a company specialized in debt collection, talks about what happened in the past period, saying, “During the period of closure and the decline in economic activity, companies took two different approaches, some of which benefited from government measures to the maximum and did not pay suppliers despite obtaining loans from the state. On the other hand, other companies paid their bills on time as much as possible, and this prompted suppliers to file cases against the first category, and leniency with the second category.

Terry Mellon believes that the longer the owners of troubled companies resort to commercial court, the less likely they will receive support, the problems accumulate more and the possibility of their continuation becomes very slim.

Mellon added, "Since the beginning of last April, cases have been filed against at least 100 small and medium-sized companies, each employing more than 100 employees, and achieving sales of more than 20 million euros. Most of the cases have been filed before the bankruptcy court, and some companies have managed From concluding reconciliations, and was able to continue its activities according to the restructuring plan. "

Loan repayment postponement


The French government has made progress in its negotiations with banks to extend the period of repayment of loans owed by troubled companies.

Fernandes comments, saying that the French authorities have no interest during the current period in pressuring companies to quickly pay off those loans that they obtained last spring.

French Economy Minister Bruno Le Maire announced in an interview with Les Echos that he wanted to establish a long-term loan system for at least 7 years, in order to support French companies.

Dennis Lobos expressed his support for this approach, saying that the real difficulty facing small and medium-sized companies is their lack of sufficient capital to face the crises.





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 French President Emmanuel Macron in Baghdad next week Empty Parliamentary Foreign Ministry explains the reasons for Macron's visit to Iraq

Post by claud39 on Thu Sep 03, 2020 1:10 pm

Parliamentary Foreign Ministry explains the reasons for Macron's visit to Iraq


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The Parliamentary Foreign Relations Committee described Macron's visit to Iraq as a working visit to obtain economic opportunities, not protocol.



A member of the Relations Committee, Muthanna Amin, told Al-Maalouma that "France, along with the rest of the countries, is not charitable organizations, but is looking for its interests and in the crises of others," noting that "the latter realizes the strategic depth of Iraq and the enormous economic potential it possesses."



He added, "The visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Iraq was not a protocol visit, but rather to search for and benefit from economic opportunities for French companies and awareness of a business visit."



He explained, "Paris is looking for economic opportunities in Iraq for itself ."



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Politician: France will take on the role of the United States in the region


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Political analyst Abbas Al-Ardawi, on Thursday, saw the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Baghdad as an attempt to replace the roles between France and America in the region.



Al-Ardawi said to "the information", that "the visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Baghdad is not clear in the outputs and has not yet been understood," pointing out that "the interference of the French President in the internal affairs is a matter that raises surprising and he spoke of preserving sovereignty."



He added, "France entered the region and began to restore its influence after the Beirut port bombing, and it may be the alternative for the United States of America in the region," noting that "the outcomes of Macron's visit will soon appear."



Yesterday, Wednesday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received French President Emmanuel Macron.



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 French President Emmanuel Macron in Baghdad next week Empty IRAQI ALLIANCE: INTERNATIONAL OPENNESS REPRESENTS A POSITIVE ASPECT TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEMS OF IRAQ

Post by claud39 on Fri Sep 04, 2020 11:13 am

IRAQI ALLIANCE: INTERNATIONAL OPENNESS REPRESENTS A POSITIVE ASPECT TO ADDRESS THE PROBLEMS OF IRAQ


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The coalition of Iraqis confirmed today, Friday, that international openness is an important factor for Iraq, and that it reflects positively on its internal situation.

"The visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Iraq is important and historic," said a member of the Iraqi coalition, MP Hassan Vadam, told the Iraqi News Agency, pointing out that "this international openness is a positive aspect to address the problems of Iraq."

Fadam added, "France is an important country, and it is part of the countries participating in the international alliance and coordination with it is important to discuss the presence of foreign forces and the economic aspects, especially since there are agreements concluded between the two countries by previous governments."

He explained that "Iraq gradually began to stabilize and open up to the world, and this matter will be reflected in the service situation and job creation, as well as Iraq's return to its normal state at the international level."

President Emmanuel Macron confirmed during his visit to Iraq that his country stands by Iraq in preserving its sovereignty, security and independence, pointing to the importance of continuing coordination and cooperation in the war on terrorism and preventing the return of its threat to the peoples of the world, and the need to redouble international efforts to achieve peace and prevent tension in the region.



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Post by claud39 on Sat Sep 05, 2020 11:35 am

Analyst: France will not risk investing in an insecure Iraq, so the parties loyal to Tehran have not refused Macron's visit




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Professor of geopolitics, Diary El-Faily, identified several factors preventing France from entering the line of making major economic partnerships with Iraq, which are summarized in Paris' fears of venturing into an unstable security environment, and the absence of the country's features in managing the economic file.


He added in a press statement, that other factors are France’s fear of “economic dealings with Iraq in light of its faltering economy and subject to the control of several parties,” indicating that Tehran is aware of these obstacles, so the political parties loyal to it do not express a refusal to visit.


Faily refers to "two trends that represent the axis of the French movement in Baghdad. The first is related to" military cooperation through training and equipping Iraqi security forces and providing security advice, and the second direction relates to the possibility that Paris could lead an initiative to activate the role of NATO in Iraq as a new front for the Western presence. Less tense than the US military presence. "


He points out that one of the factors that led to the acceptance of the French movement by Tehran's arms is "the possibility that France would lead an initiative to persuade Washington to return to the terms of the nuclear agreement with Tehran, exploit Iran's dilapidated situation, and the readiness of US President Donald Trump in light of his electoral impasse."


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Post by claud39 on Sat Sep 05, 2020 12:50 pm

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High-stakes, high-profile trips to Lebanon and Iraq have sparked claims the French president is reviving France's "Arab policy"


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President Emmanuel Macron embarked on a high-stakes, headline-grabbing tour in the Middle East this week that has prompted claims France is seeking to re-activate its once-mighty “Arab policy”.

Just as France relived the trauma of the al Qaeda-inspired Charlie Hebdo 2015 attack with the opening of the trial of alleged accomplices in Paris, Mr Macron descended on Lebanon’s capital, Beirut.

In his second visit in a month following the gigantic explosion that killed 190 and destroyed half the city, he wrested a promise from Lebanon’s discredited political class to conduct lightning reforms or face a funding drought or, worse, targeted sanctions.

The 42-year-old then went on to pay a whirlwind, three-hour visit to Iraq, where he urged the battle-scarred country to assert its “sovereignty" in the face of US-Iran tensions and an increasingly intrusive Turkey.

The back-to-back visits prompted Le Parisien to headline: “Macron kick starts France’s Arab policy.”









Charles de Gaulle was the first to foster a special relationship with the Arab states of North Africa and the Middle East after the Algerian war of independence, notably as a counterweight to Germany in Europe and Britain and America’s transatlantic axis.

The region was subsequently regarded as a “French presidential plaything”, according to Dorothée Schmid, Middle East expert at the foreign institute of International relations, IFRI.

Jacques Chirac was a prime promoter, fostering close relationships with Arab leaders, notably Saddam Hussein and infuriating America by opposing the 2003 Iraq war. Nicolas Sarkozy was also deeply involved, unlike his successor François Hollande.

Now with America disengaged and focused on elections and Britain embroiled in Brexit, Mr Macron has styled himself as the leading European light in the area.

The risky bet, as he himself put it, initially appeared to pay off in Lebanon.

On his first trip in August, he received a hero’s welcome with 60,000 people signing a petition calling for Lebanon to be returned to French colonial control - a role it relinquished in 1943.

But when Mr Macron returned again this week, things did not go quite so swimmingly.



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This time, many regarded his decision to come just after the main political factions had agreed on a new prime minister as a sign that he recognised the old guard, accused of industrial-scale corruption.

Mr Macron insisted there could be no return to the status quo which has seen leaders of various confessions share power since the civil war ended 30 years ago, and stand accused of sharing the spoils of billions of pounds of foreign aid.

He met all of them, including, controversially, representatives from Hezbollah, the Iran-backed Shia militant group that is now the strongest force but which the UK and US consider a terrorist outfit.

He also extracted pledges to form a “competent” new government within two weeks, credible reform and transparency within two months in order to unlock an IMF bailout and elections within a year.

While it sounds promising, a sceptical Agnès Levallois, vice president of the Mediterranean-Middle East think tank, iReMMO, called the current political class a “lost cause”.

“Its leaders’ only aim is to show the minimum of goodwill so that aid starts flowing again and their shenanigans can continue,” she told France Culture.   Mr Macron insisted, however, that this time there would be “no blank cheque” and in usually stern manner, reportedly waved the stick of targeted sanctions against individual politicians. A third Macron trip is due in December.




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The French leader then whisked off to Iraq for his first visit to Baghdad, with whom France long held close ties but lost virtually all influence after the allied invasions.

As the most prominent world leader to visit since prime minister Mustafa al-Kadhemi came to power in May, he stressed the importance of the country defending its own “sovereignty” and lashed out at Turkey for “repeated” meddling in Iraqi affairs.

Recent domestic polls suggest his Middle Eastern escapades have helped revive Mr Macron's approval ratings, along with his success in getting Germany to agree to a €750bn EU recovery package in the wake of the Covid pandemic.

Normally, foreign policy has little bearing on domestic popularity in France but a string of terror attacks on home soil, many masterminded from Syria and Iraq, has underlined the importance of peace in the region as a national security concern. Some 150 French nationals are currently held in Kurdish jails on the Syrian border.

In strictly geopolitical terms, however, whether any of Mr Macron’s Middle Eastern activism bears fruit remains far from certain.

Marc Semo, Le Monde’s diplomatic correspondent, said that while his strategy of “the permanent cout d’éclat (foreign policy stunt)”, captured public attention, it had achieved little.

“His intuitions are strong, his communication is effective, but let’s face it, he has little to show for it,” he said.

“His overplayed friendship with Donald Trump hasn’t stopped (the US President) putting America first, his overtures to (Vladimir) Putin a year ago have unsurprisingly got him nowhere, France is bogged down in the Sahel (where it is leading a military operation to oust jihadists in Mali). It is powerless in Iraq and out of the game in Syria.”



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While he has had more success in the EU over Covid economic bailout package, Paris remained “pretty isolated” on the bloc’s doorstep, notably in its tense standoff with Turkey, which accused France of being “hysterical” this week. The pair are at loggerheads notably over their backing of different sides in Libya and a dispute with Greece over maritime boundaries in the Eastern Mediterranean.


 “Macron berates President Erdogan and has adopted a martial tone but in the end, the ones really doing the legwork are the Germans,” said Mr Semo.


Experts said that Macron’s Gaullist go-it-alone tendencies were liable to backfire.


“Macron bangs on about multilateralism yet he acts alone and is currently isolated on the international stage,” said Yves Aubin de la Messuzière, former French ambassador to Tunis.


Even in Lebanon, the only country where France carries considerable clout, he said “nothing can be done without the Americans."


"It’s inconceivable that Hezbollah will move while Iran is hit with US sanctions. So we’ll have to wait for the next US election to see how things pan out.”


Meanwhile, Didier Billion, deputy head of the IRIS think tank, said Mr Macron risks shooting himself in the foot if he can’t keep in check one of his worst character traits: "Arrogance." 





https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2020/09/05/grandeur-grandstanding-emmanuel-macron-middle-east/
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 French President Emmanuel Macron in Baghdad next week Empty The Iraqi prime minister will visit Paris next October ... and the promotion of investment will top the talks

Post by claud39 on Fri Sep 18, 2020 12:41 pm

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The Iraqi prime minister will visit Paris next October ... and the promotion of investment will top the talks

September 18, 2020 

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Mubasher: Iraqi Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein said today, Friday, that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi will visit Paris during the month of October.


The ministry stated in a press release today, Friday, that the Foreign Minister met with his French counterpart Jean-Yves Dorian, and discussed developments in the political and security situation in Iraq, and the importance of continuing coordination, whether in the bilateral framework or within the international coalition to fight ISIS terrorist gangs.


The two sides discussed economic projects that could be invested in Iraq, as well as completing preparations for the prime minister's visit to Paris next month.


She added that the Foreign Minister praised the effective French role in fighting ISIS terrorist gangs within the international coalition, stressing the importance of continuing this cooperation; To prevent the return of terrorist groups' activity.


He added that this comes within the European tour that the Minister of Foreign Affairs is conducting at the head of a high-level delegation to discuss strengthening bilateral relations, and finding mechanisms to achieve more cooperation and coordination in various fields to achieve common interests.


The statement indicated that the two ministers discussed mechanisms for bilateral cooperation on the political, security, economic and cultural levels, as well as the entry of French companies to contribute to the reconstruction.

Hussein valued the visit of the French President to Baghdad, stressing that it gave an important impetus to push forward the development of bilateral relations, which would be followed by other visits, the most important of which would be the visit of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazimi in the coming weeks. With the aim of achieving partnership in various fields. "


The Minister of Foreign Affairs renewed "the call to the French side to continue effective French security and military cooperation within the framework of the international coalition to fight ISIS terrorist gangs and help rehabilitate the security services, in addition to security and intelligence cooperation between the two sides."


For his part, Le Drian affirmed his country's "full readiness to support Iraq and enhance its position in the international and regional community," explaining that "France will employ its international role to support Iraqi sovereignty through diplomatic activities that fall within this framework."
 
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[size=34]The Foreign Minister affirms the necessity of continuing French support for Iraq within the framework of the international coalition to prevent the resurgence of terrorist groups[/size]


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Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein met with his French counterpart, Mr. Jean-Yves Dorian, and they discussed developments in the political and security situation in Iraq, and the importance of continuing coordination, whether in the bilateral framework or within the international coalition to fight the terrorist organization ISIS.




They also discussed economic projects that could be invested in Iraq, as well as completing preparations for the Prime Minister’s visit to Paris next month.




The Minister praised the effective French role in fighting the terrorist organization ISIS within the international coalition, stressing the importance of continuing this cooperation. To prevent the return of terrorist groups' activity.




This comes within the European tour that the Minister is conducting at the head of a high-level delegation to discuss strengthening bilateral relations, and finding mechanisms to achieve more cooperation and coordination in various fields to achieve common interests.




The two ministers also discussed mechanisms for bilateral cooperation on the political, security, economic, and cultural levels, as well as the entry of French companies to contribute to the reconstruction.




The Minister valued the visit of the French President to Baghdad, stressing that it gave an important impetus to push forward the development of bilateral relations, which will be followed by other visits, the most important of which is the visit of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi in the coming weeks. With the aim of achieving partnership in various fields.




The Minister renewed the call to the French side to continue effective French security and military cooperation within the framework of the international coalition to fight the terrorist organization ISIS and help rehabilitate the security services, in addition to security and intelligence cooperation between the two sides.




For his part, Le Drian affirmed his country's full readiness to support Iraq and strengthen its position in the international and regional community, explaining that France will employ its international role to support Iraqi sovereignty through diplomatic activities that fall within this framework.







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The Foreign Minister discusses with a French senator expanding bilateral relations to extend to the two parliaments and other social and cultural actors

Friday 18, September 2020 21:06

Baghdad / NINA / Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein discussed with French Senator Remy Ferro, expanding bilateral relations to extend to the two parliaments, and other social and cultural activities.

The ministry said in a statement that the Iraqi National News Agency ( NINA ) received a copy of it: "The Foreign Minister discussed with Senator Remy Ferro, a member of the Iraqi-French Friendship Committee, at the French Senate headquarters," the expansion of bilateral closures.

The minister expressed his thanks for France's efforts to support Iraq at all levels, pointing out that relations are not limited to the two governments only, but also extend to the two parliaments, and other social and cultural actors.

Senator Ferro expressed the French Senate’s satisfaction with the progress in bilateral relations, stressing the Council’s readiness, through the Friendship Committee with Iraq, to ​​provide all support to advance these relations.

At the same time, he affirmed: "The council worked to form an economic cell aimed at encouraging French companies to work in Iraq, and to coordinate with Iraq in this context by discussing investment opportunities."

Senator Ferro expressed France's support for Iraq. To consolidate its international standing and consolidate sovereignty, explaining: France stands by Iraq to stop Turkish violations. / End 7

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Iraqi Prime Minister Set to Visit Paris Next Month

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Basnews English  2020/09/21 - 14:04  Iraq

ERBIL — Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi has planned an official visit to Paris which is likely to take place in mid-October.

Iraq’s Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein told Asharq Al-Awsat during his Europe tour that his visit to Paris was paving the way for a visit by Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi.

Before Paris, Hussein visited Berlin and Brussels, about which he said strengthening the relations was the goal.

“We are seeking to boost cooperation with the European Union and consultations with NATO. The discussions were helpful and some tackled economic and trade agreements. Of course, Iraq needs help and support from the European companies. Discussions also addressed the political and security situation in Iraq and the region,” the top diplomat said.

Concerning military cooperations between Baghdad and Paris, Hussein noted that the international support was needed to completely defeat the Islamic State.

He also noted that Iraq is likely to send a request for an arm purchase to Paris.

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 French President Emmanuel Macron in Baghdad next week Empty The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers discusses with the French Chargé d'Affairs the results of the French president's visit to Baghdad and the files that the Iraqi delegation will discuss in Paris

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The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers discusses with the French Chargé d'Affairs the results of the French president's visit to Baghdad and the files that the Iraqi delegation will discuss in Paris



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The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Mr. Hamid Naim Al-Ghazi, discussed with the French Chargé d'Affairs in Baghdad Mr. Jean-Noel Bonyo and his accompanying delegation the results of the recent visit of French President Emmanuel Macron to Baghdad and the most important files that the Iraqi delegation will discuss with the French side during the visit, Do it later.



The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers confirmed that the Prime Minister, Mr. Mustafa Al-Kazimi, showed wide interest in the results achieved during President Macron's visit to Baghdad and instructed to form a working group from the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers in coordination with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the French Embassy in Baghdad, to prepare the integrated file of the issues that will be discussed during The upcoming visit of the Iraqi delegation to Paris.



He pointed out that the Iraqi delegation will discuss the economic, military, commercial and investment files, after the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers has assigned the concerned ministries to prepare an integrated file on the agreements that will be discussed on the discussion table during the visit and translating the positive relations on the ground.



The French Chargé d'Affairs expressed the satisfaction of the French government with the positive results achieved during the visit to Baghdad and its seriousness in dealing with bilateral relations and what was agreed upon and dealing with a strong desire to establish projects that have direct contact with citizens, stressing that the volume of French-Iraqi relations extends for many years in the presence of a strategic partnership. Between the two countries.



It is scheduled to be included among the files that will be discussed during the visit the Baghdad suspension train projects and the rehabilitation and development of Mosul International Airport, in addition to energy and e-government projects.


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Jordan affirms its willingness and desire to increase cooperation and joint work with Iraq
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Baghdad / NINA / The Jordanian ambassador to Iraq, Montaser Al-Zuabi, affirmed the willingness and desire of the Jordanian government to increase cooperation and joint work with Iraq in various fields and at all levels.

A statement by the Ministry of Industry and Minerals stated that Minister Manhal Aziz Al-Khabaz met today the Jordanian ambassador to Iraq, Montaser Al-Zoubi, and the economic advisor, Rami Muhammad Amin Al-Qudah, to discuss a number of issues of common interest.

The statement indicated, "During the meeting, the two sides discussed ways to enhance joint relations and open new horizons for industrial cooperation between Iraq and Jordan, as well as touching on the issue of customs exemptions for Jordanian products and materials that are not similar to Iraqi materials and products, as there is a preliminary agreement to include Jordanian products with customs exemptions."

The two sides agreed to form another committee from the concerned departments in the Ministry of Industry and the Federation of Iraqi Industries to handle this issue. This committee will visit Jordan next week to work in this regard. During the meeting, a number of common issues and files were discussed.

For his part, the Jordanian ambassador affirmed the willingness and desire of the Jordanian government to increase cooperation and joint work with Iraq in various fields and at all levels, indicating at the same time the willingness of Jordanian investors and companies to work with companies of the Ministry of Industry and to establish promising projects that would benefit the two countries.

https://ninanews.com/Website/News/Details?key=859319

https://www.dinardaily.net/t95421-jordan-affirms-its-willingness-and-desire-to-increase-cooperation-and-joint-work-with-iraq
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Canada renews its support to Iraq in the face of challenges

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Baghdad / Al-Akhbariya

Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein discussed with Canadian Foreign Minister Francois Philip the mechanisms for promoting cooperation between the two countries in various fields, and the Minister appreciated Canada's positions in support of Iraq and bilateral cooperation in various fields.

A foreign ministry statement said, "Minister Hussein touched on the decision taken by the American administration in principle to withdraw its embassy from Baghdad, stressing that the Iraqi government has taken strict measures to protect and secure diplomatic missions operating in Iraq, and he also reviewed the results of his recent visit to Tehran."

He added, "This came in a phone call brought together by Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein, with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada, Francois Philip, on Friday evening, 02/10/2020."

The Canadian Foreign Minister expressed his support for the government and people of Iraq in facing various challenges, stressing that his country stood by the Iraqis in the war against the terrorist organization ISIS, and stands with them in stabilizing, building the economy, and preserving sovereignty.

https://www.ikhnews.com/index.php?page=article&id=228051

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