“Gilgamesh” – Tues. PM KTFA Thoughts, News w/ Frank26 12-7-21



Samson » December 7th, 2021

Vietnam to pay attention to monetary policy after U.S. report – central bank official

6th December, 2021

Vietnam will pay more attention to its monetary policy as it is not only a domestic matter but a concern for the country’s big trade partners, a central bank deputy governor said on Sunday, days after the U.S. Treasury’s semi-annual currency report.

The U.S. Treasury report on Friday said that Vietnam exceeded its trade surplus, current account and foreign exchange intervention thresholds, but was “satisfied with progress made by Vietnam to date” on addressing exchange-rate issues.

Speaking at an economic forum, Pham Thanh Ha, deputy central bank governor, said the bank had taken the issues seriously and its monetary policy towards them had been implemented effectively.

“We have to pay more attention to our monetary policy implementation as it does not have impact on our domestic economy but our big trade partners as well,” Ha said. “Vietnam will keep implementing monetary policy in a cautious and flexible manner.” Ha also said the central bank bought about $25 billion worth of dollars over the past two years to help inject dong into the banking system and boost the economy.

If necessary, he said, the bank would have to implement measures that would affect liquidity and market interest rates amid rising inflation risks.  LINK

Iraq acts internationally to end human trafficking

7th December, 2021

The Interior Ministry unveiled on Tuesday an international move to curb human trafficking, noting that Iraq is among the top rankings in the fight against human trafficking.
“The Ministry of Interior is working within existing laws and awaiting legislation of other laws, including the law on electronic crime and the protection of prisoners and children,” General Saad Maan, head of the security media cell, told the Iraqi News Agency (INA).
“The government is serious about finding effective and practical solutions to every problem that may exist in society, and there are great efforts to combat human trafficking,” he said, noting that “Iraq is among the advanced classifications in the fight against human trafficking through legislation on this, and the presence of a specialized directorate within the Police Affairs Agency, which has achieved great results and its hot lines that work 24 hours and we communicate with international organizations and there is a positive response at this level.”
“The ministry will announce its annual report with statistics through the ministry’s police agency, which includes all security operations carried out by the ministry within a year,” Maan saidLINK

Source: Dinar Recaps

Frank26 » December 7th, 2021

“Could that be 3.67???”……F26

Kuwait confirms receiving $1.47 billion in war compensation from Iraq

30th November, 2021

The National Bank of Kuwait reported today, Tuesday, that Kuwait has received $1.47 billion in war compensation from Iraq.

The bank said that “Kuwait received compensation payments from the United Nations Committee from Iraq for the war, amounting to 1.47 billion dollars (0.4 billion dinars) in April, July and October of this year.”

He added, “The remaining amount is 629 million dollars for final payment.”   LINK


His Excellency the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq meets His Excellency the British Ambassador in Baghdad

6th December, 2021

His Excellency the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mr. Mustafa Ghaleb Mikhaif, met with His Excellency the British Ambassador in Baghdad, and they discussed banking relations and ways to develop them.

The Governor welcomed the opening of branches of British banks in Iraq and the opening of opposite accounts to facilitate trade exchange between the two countries.

For his part, the Ambassador stressed the necessity of banking cooperation and providing technical assistance to the Central Bank of Iraq, especially in the field of financial digitization. 

(RV TO RI – F26)
The Ambassador also touched on the white paper document, economic reform and the priorities for implementing this plan,


where His Excellency the Governor emphasized the implementation of reforms regarding the automation of border crossings, customs and taxes. 

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The Ambassador praised the new building of the Central Bank, as the Governor invited him to attend the opening ceremony of the building upon its completion.

Central Bank of Iraq LINK


The Governor of the Central Bank welcomes the opening of branches of British banks inside Iraq    LINK

The Central Bank announces the implementation of automation for three government institutions   LINK

Samson » December 7th, 2021

The government sets the date for the celebration of the “centenary of the Iraqi state”

7th December, 2021

The Council of Ministers has set the date for the celebration of the “centenary of the Iraqi state.

“The spokesman for the Council of Ministers, Minister of Culture, Hassan Nazim, said in a press conference attended by / Mawazine News / that “the Council of Ministers has set next Saturday as a date for holding a celebration marking the 100th anniversary of the founding of the country. The Iraqi state.

”He added, “The country is still facing challenges, and there are groups trying to undermine Iraq and Iraqis, and the government offers its condolences to the families of the victims of the terrorist bombing in Basra.”

He pointed out, “The process of returning the Gilgamesh tablet with some other artifacts is the largest of the two recovery operations during The last period.   LINK

OlLar » December 7th, 2021

know a way to really bring some fireworks to this celebration

Bambi » December 7th, 2021

Im very intrigued about:  “The process of returning the Gilgamesh tablet”  This has been in the news for a while. Today is a “date” of the return. And this weekend, which is a 100 year Celebration, the Gilgamesh tablet is mentioned yet again!

Popeye7 » December 7th, 2021

Imo, very interesting timing Bambi… 

Bambi » December 7th, 2021

Amazing things unfolding. This tablet is one of many signs as you know.

Suzie » December 7th, 2021

WOW, after last night’s ubtubee I’m surprised there is no comments or excitement on the site. Great call!! 

Monkey » December 7th, 2021

its basically done – white papers and budget have the rate

Monday Night KTFA CC:   12-6-21…….1 OF 3 CAME BACK

Samson » December 7th, 2021

Ellison Center: Al-Sadr has become a leader and supports the renewal of Al-Kazemi

An analysis published by the Allison Center for Foreign Policy, Sunday, December 5, 2021, expected Mustafa Al-Kazemi to remain in the position of Iraqi Prime Minister during the next four years, indicating that Muqtada Al-Sadr, the winner in the elections, would be satisfied with his role as a maker of leaders and a political theorist.

And the Iraqi political analyst, Ghaleb Al-Daami, believes that Al-Kazemi’s chances are still the strongest, but the negotiations or the results of the agreements between the political forces remain the ones who decide this.

The professor of international relations, Haitham Al-Hiti, agrees that Al-Kazemi’s chances are very great, but he does not rule out last-minute surprises, and says that Al-Kazemi will be the biggest opportunity for Al-Sadr to silence the parties’ objections to the nomination of anyone from within the current.

He adds: Al-Kazemi dealt pragmatically with the assassination attempt that targeted him, and did not announce the party that carried it out, indicating that this would certainly help mitigate the objections to his candidacy.    LINK

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