Are we thinking that this is our week?
oldman–We’ve been thinking it’s our week for several years. LOL
I believe this is our week. A lot of indicators are indicating this,,, As the Toucan Sam use to say “Follow your nose”. In this case, follow the breadcrumbs they are leaving. We are at the point where they can’t continue to hide what they are doing.
A government source clarifies the truth about the news of lifting the curfew during the days of Eid al-Fitr
A government source said that the reports circulating about the lifting of the curfew during the days of Eid al-Fitr are incorrect.
The source (Iraqi Media News Agency) stated that “the curfew is in effect until the days of Eid, and what has been published of news that it has been lifted during the Eid holiday is not correct.”
He added, “It is possible that the Supreme Committee will hold a meeting to discuss reducing the ban hours.”
The Supreme Committee for National Health and Safety decided, last week, to impose a complete curfew for a period of ten days, starting from May 12 to the 22 of the same month.
The committee also decided to close cafes and entertainment facilities to limit the spread of the Corona virus. link
Al-Ghazzi to “Tun Elizabeth”: The Iraqi government is serious about opening up to the countries of the world
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Hamid Naeem Al-Ghazi, confirmed, on Sunday, that the Iraqi government is serious about opening up to the countries of the world because of its potentials that attract international countries and major investment companies, reiterating the emphasis on ending the issue of the displaced.
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, during his meeting with the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Norway not residing in Iraq, Tun Elizabeth, said in a statement of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers received by (Iraqi Media News Agency /) that “The Iraqi government is serious about opening up to the countries of the world, because it possesses fertile land for the establishment of projects. Investment and contribution to rotating the wheel of reconstruction in all regions of Iraq, and looks forward to Norway to have a major role in this area.
Regarding the program to restore stability to liberated areas, Al-Ghazi indicated, “The Iraqi government is determined to end this file, and that the Ministry of Immigration and Displacement has made great steps towards closing a large number of camps and returning the displaced to their areas voluntarily, after the relevant ministries and organizations contributed International, by rebuilding infrastructure, road projects, schools, water and electric power networks.
Elizabeth praised the Iraqi government’s “efforts to restore stability in the liberated areas, and its high coordination with the international community,” stressing “the Kingdom of Norway’s readiness to extend a helping hand to contribute to ending the issue of the displaced and rehabilitating the liberated areas.”
She expressed “her hope that the Norwegian companies will take their role in the reconstruction of Iraq and the establishment of investment projects, especially since its companies have started implementing projects related to solar energy in Karbala and Alexandria.” link
Arab Monetary” discusses protecting the data of participants on the “Bunaa” platform
The Arab Monetary Fund held a “remote” workshop to review the frameworks adopted by the “Bunaa” Arab Payments platform, owned by the Fund, in applying international compliance standards with regulations and rules for combating money laundering and combating terrorist financing, ensuring the security of information and protecting the data of the banks participating in Platform.
In the workshop, which was attended by more than 200 participants representing central banks, financial and banking institutions, a group of experts, in addition to the management team of the “Bunaa” Arab Payments platform, spoke about a number of main topics on international compliance requirements and protection data.
Mahdi Manea, CEO of the Regional Corporation for Arab Payments Clearing and Settlement (Bani Arab Payments Platform), said: “Buna is keen to keep pace with the increasing security needs associated with cross-border payments, and accordingly we have included various governance requirements and systems that enable us to provide a safe and reliable channel equipped with protection standards. And safety ».link
Planning for the Post-Oil Era
The former General Manager of the Oil Marketing Company, Dr. Falah al-Amiri said, “The oil magnates in the world have seriously begun planning for the post-oil era. The first of them is the United States and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which has embarked on the vision 2030, with rapid and confident steps, to be prepared for any emergency that causes an economic Painful blow.
He added, “There are many reasons for adopting this approach, the most important of which is ensuring energy security through the use of modern technology and innovations for diversifying new energy, achieving energy self-sufficiency, and switching to an energy export country, especially oil and gas, as well as an additional means of economic transformation in the field of energy from fossil sources. To clean, renewable and low-cost sources.
Al-Amiri pointed to “the importance of benefiting from global trends in our country and working towards planning for the era of renewable energy, while preserving the current energy sources, which are the country’s only financial resource.
It is noteworthy that the oil poles are working towards exporting technology for renewable and clean energy sources abroad as a sustainable economic activity, which will contribute to reducing dependence on fossil fuels, especially coal and oil, and moving to the use of solar energy, wind energy and hydrogen energy. And others. link
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