Iraq elected Vice-President of the General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency
The spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ahmed Al-Sahaf, announced the election of Iraq as Vice-President of the General Conference of the Atomic Energy Agency in its 65th session.
Al-Sahaf said in a statement received by Mawazine News, “Iraq was elected Vice-President of the General Conference of the International Atomic Energy Agency in its 65th session, which started its work at the Vienna International Center with the actual and virtual presence, and with high-level international participation.”
He added, “This benefit in the International Atomic Energy Agency came within the framework of Iraq’s return to its appropriate position in the relevant international conferences and forums.” Link
Iraq confirms its readiness to host the founding conference of OPEC in Baghdad
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries announced, on Tuesday, September 21, 2021, its approval to hold its founding conference in Iraq next year, while indicating that it is talking with the .Ministry of Oil to provide the logistical and preparatory requirements necessary for the conference
The Secretary-General of the Organization, Muhammad Barkindo, said in a letter addressed to all the heads of delegations of the member countries of OPEC and non-member countries that Iraq will host the sixtieth .anniversary of the founding of the organization in the first quarter of 2022
Barkindo added that Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail informed me of Iraq’s readiness, desire and ability to .host the founding conference, after completing all the necessary arrangements
He added that the OPEC General Secretariat is in talks with the Ministry of Oil to ensure that all necessary logistical and preparatory requirements are arranged, pointing out that we look forward to seeing you in Iraq at .the beginning of 2022
On June 30, Barkindo announced that the Iraqi government had agreed to host the sixtieth anniversary of the founding of OPEC on September 30, 2021, in the People’s Hall in Baghdad, but the Minister of Oil announced the .postponement of the conference through a letter. link
Barzani: Kurdistan’s economy is linked to the global economy, and the situation in Baghdad is reflected in the region’s economy
Kurdistan Regional Government Prime Minister Masrour Barzani said in a speech today, Monday, that economic projects enhance infrastructure and move Kurdistan to an advanced stage, and we are thinking of increasing our influence so that no party can use our share as a political card, pointing out that Kurdistan’s economy is linked to the global economy and the situation. In Baghdad, it affects the economy of the region.
In his speech, which came on the eve of laying the foundation stone for the farmers’ wheat marketing project in Simel district, Dohuk governorate, he added that the project aims to achieve food security and includes a sophisticated wheat silo and storage warehouse, as well as a food processing line with the latest technology, with a total value of 121 Million dollars. The marketing capacity of the project is more than 150 thousand tons.
Barzani explained that “the project to market farmers’ wheat in Dohuk is one of the strategic projects included in the agenda of the ninth ministerial formation that pays great attention to such projects.
He pointed out that this project, which is located in Simel district, is the third project of its kind after others similar in Both Erbil and Sulaymaniyah, and expressed his hope that this project and other projects would achieve the desired success in laying the foundations for the economic structure of Kurdistan.
The Prime Minister praised the role of the private sector in supporting the government to implement this strategic project, just like the case with the other two projects in Erbil and Sulaymaniyah.
The Prime Minister stressed, “These projects are important to us because they will strengthen the economic infrastructure of Kurdistan and move it to a more advanced stage, as well as achieve food security for the country, and it will guarantee and market the crops of our farmers and they do not have to worry about that anymore.”
The Prime Minister indicated that this project will provide many job opportunities for citizens, including university and institute graduates, to increase local products with their expertise.
He explained that agriculture is one of the main economic foundations for every country, and the difference between agriculture and other sources of income is that agriculture will never end and can be sustained every year, and the production rate can be raised annually through the optimal use of modern technology.
He continued, “Therefore, we support these projects in various ways, because we are fully aware that Kurdistan has wide areas to increase our economic resources, and we should not rely only on one source of income.”
The Prime Minister added that the strategic economic projects initiated by the government will enhance Kurdistan’s position, enabling it to export its local products abroad, stressing that the Kurdistan Regional Government is working on this through external meetings with other countries.
He stressed that the Kurdistan Region has many plans to consolidate its economic infrastructure, through partnership between the public and private sectors, indicating that the government is responsible for supporting and protecting the private sector, and that close cooperation between the two sectors can move the wheel of project implementation.
He said that the Kurdistan Region has a number of sources of income, one of which comes from Baghdad as a constitutional right, and the other source is the sale of the region’s oil at unstable prices according to what is imposed by international markets, as well as local products and income.
The Prime Minister expressed his regret after the transfer of the region’s share as a political pressure card by Baghdad in the past two years, and said: “Although it is the right of the people, they did not abide by the constitution.”
He went on to say: “A few months ago, a small part was allocated as a share to the region, and we are in dialogue with the (Federal) Prime Minister to continue sending this part of the quota, and we are also thinking about how to increase our influence in Baghdad, so that no political party can use this It’s like a political card against us.”
The Prime Minister indicated that the elections are approaching, and that the representatives of the region will go to the Iraqi parliament, and said: “We hope that our people will choose their representatives in Baghdad from those who defend the rights of the people of Kurdistan and provide them with the best services.”
The Prime Minister also said that Kurdistan’s economy is linked to the global economy, and therefore the situation in Baghdad is reflected on the region’s economy, and added: “If we have a strong and capable people capable of defending the region in Baghdad, then without a doubt the situation will improve.”
He explained that the Kurdistan Region is blessed with many natural resources and capable human resources, and will witness the implementation of major projects in all its provinces, districts and districts.
The Prime Minister concluded his speech by saying: “We hope that Kurdistan will become a developed country in the world, and not only in the region and the Middle East. link
Source: Dinar Recaps
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