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The Ministry Of Foreign Affairs Announces The Launch Of The First Conference On Iraq’s Debts To International Organizations
13th February, 2022
On Sunday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the launch of the work of the first meeting to study the repayment of Iraq’s debts to international and Arab organizations.
The ministry said, in a statement received by the agency / Information /, a copy of it, that “Qahtan Taha Khalaf, Undersecretary for Multilateral Affairs and Legal Affairs, chaired the first meeting of the Committee to Study Iraq’s Financial Obligations in Arab and International Organizations, in the presence of Jassim Muhammad al-Halbousi, Deputy Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, And in the presence of members of the Diwaniyah Order Committee No. (6) of 2022, at the headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The meeting dealt with “the issue of Iraq’s financial obligations to Arab and international organizations and the development of a mechanism for their timely payment.”
The first meeting resulted in “scheduling the upcoming meetings, as well as collecting basic data for the purpose of studying them.
The meeting included a proposal to arrange the schedules in terms of financial obligations and according to the opinion of the competent ministry.” According to the statement. LINK
Source: Dinar Recaps
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