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Integrity Commission will recover $87 Billion Iraqi Money from 55 Countries

Integrity Commission will recover $87 Billion Iraqi Money from 55 Countries

The Integrity Commission has confirmed Iraq’s attempt to collect amounts in surplus of 87 billion U.S dollars as an initial evaluation amount. It is due to 55 countries that had contracted with it prior to the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait to form a contract with similar value goods. The Head of Recovery Department at the Integrity Commission issued a press conference. He said, “Iraqi laws authorize 2 official bodies to recover Iraqi funds abroad, which is the money recovery fund…

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Standards defined by the UN to form New Iraqi Government

Standards defined by the UN to form New Iraqi Government

The United Nations Mission in Iraq has stressed the formation of a comprehensive and pro-reform Iraqi government capable of meeting the demands of citizens and respond to their aspirations. “Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alak received today in his office the head of the United Nations Mission in Iraq, Jan Kubic,” the statement said. “During the meeting, visions were exchanged regarding the upcoming government reforms and ways to achieve development and economic progress in order to achieve stability…

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Iraq Approaches UN For One Billion Dollars Receivable Dues

Iraq Approaches UN For One Billion Dollars Receivable Dues

Iraqi Dinar 123 News:– After the release from chapter vii, Iraq is looking to collect Iraqi dinar and receivables from different countries of the world that were frozen after invasion of Kuwait by Iraq in 1990. These funds were freeze in the different countries of the world as a result of sanctions imposed by United Nation on Iraq. Now Iraq is free from chapter vii and wants to receive back those funds granted to the different countries of the world…

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United Nations stresses importance of monitoring elections

United Nations stresses importance of monitoring elections

UNITED NATIONS STRESSES THE IMPORTANCE OF MONITORING THE UPCOMING ELECTIONS IN IRAQ BAGHDAD – Zaidan al-Rubaie: The representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Vladimir Miladinov, on Thursday, the importance of the adoption of surveillance networks of local and international in the upcoming parliamentary elections in Iraq. statement said the election commission said Miladinov visited the headquarters of the Electoral Commission for elections and met with the President and members of the Board of Commissioners, and the statement noted that the meeting “reviewed the preparations of the Commission for the upcomingparliamentary elections and the election of provincial councils region and elections abroad.”…

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Shahristani assured the United Nations cut “important way”

Shahristani assured the United Nations cut “important way”

SHAHRISTANI ASSURED THE UNITED NATIONS CUT “IMPORTANT WAY” OF TALKS IN BAGHDAD AND ERBIL OVER OIL Alsumaria News / Baghdad Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani, on Thursday, a representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq Nikolay Mladenov that the talks between the federal government and the Kurdistan region on the export of oil cut “way no matter what.” Shahristani said in a statement issued today, following ameeting with Mladenov and received “Alsumaria News,” a copy of it, that meeting included “discuss preparations for the Electoral Commission to hold parliamentary elections…

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Documents show that Iraq signed a military deal with Iran

Documents show that Iraq signed a military deal with Iran

REUTERS: THE DOCUMENTS SHOW THAT IRAQ SIGNED A MILITARY DEAL WITH IRAN Iran signed a deal to sell Iraq weapons and ammunition worth 195 million dollars, according to documents seen by exclusively by Reuters, which reported that the move violated the United Nations embargo on sales of Tehran’s military. documents show that the agreement was concluded at the end of November last after only a few weeks of the return of the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki of Washington, where a request from the administration of President Barack…

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Report: Foreign investment in the world rises

Report: Foreign investment in the world rises

REPORT: FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN THE WORLD RISES Capitals agencies increased foreign direct investment in the world to levels that were not seen since the beginning of the global economic crisis in 2008, registering an increase of 11 per cent in 2013, up to an estimated 1.46 trillion U.S. dollars, to be the lion’s share of the developing countries, as According to a United Nations report released on Tuesday. amounted to foreign direct investment flows to developing economies hit a new high, namely 759 billion dollars to represent…

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