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Dhi Qar, the official working hours will be closed tomorrow, Monday

15th August, 2021

Today, Sunday, Dhi Qar Governorate announced that the official working hours will be suspended next Monday.

The media office of the governor said in a statement that (Al-Oula News) received a copy of it, that “the governor of Dhi Qar Ahmed Ghani Al-Khafaji decided to suspend the official working hours for tomorrow, Monday, August 16, 2021, on the occasion of the seventh anniversary of Ashura.”

Iraq is close to opening the most important border crossing with Saudi Arabia and Kuwait

15th August, 2021


An informed government source revealed on Sunday that Iraq will soon open a border crossing on the Gulf countries, which is the most important after 2003.

The source told Shafaq News Agency, “Iraq has reached advanced stages in the process of agreeing to open the (Awja Al-Batin) port in the border triangle that connects Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait in the desert of Muthanna Governorate within the borders of Busayyah district.”

And he indicated that “the administration of the port will be national away from the authority of local governments, and it will serve the governorates of Dhi Qar, Muthanna, and Basra,” noting that “the main route of the port will be through the city of Nasiriyah, being the closest to it in terms of the land road.”  LINK

Planning announces the reasons for the high rate of inflation and reveals its natural limits

08/14/2021 11:13:24

The Ministry of Planning announced today, Saturday, the reasons for the high rate of inflation in the country, revealing at the same time its natural limits.

Ministry spokesman Abdul-Zahra Al-Hindawi said in a statement to {Euphrates News}, that “inflation rates are rising in all countries and vary between one country and another, subject to the reality of development for countries.”

He added, “In Iraq, after changing the exchange rate of the dollar, inflation rates increased more than it was before the exchange rate change,” noting that “the rates began to witness stability during the recent period, and there is a cumulative increase between half to 1 percent.” He explained that “the inflation rate has risen to 8, which is an average for a country like a sweat that is living in these conditions that are not alarming.”

He pointed out that “if the rate rises to 10 or 12 percent, it is within the natural rates of rising inflation and is not unbridled. Rather, it is called a controlled natural rise that does not raise fears.”   LINK


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