“Slow Week” – Mon. PM KTFA Thoughts/News 8-22-22

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Samson » August 22nd, 2022

A meeting that brings together Al-Kazemi, Al-Sisi, the President of the UAE, the King of Jordan and the King of Bahrain

08/22/22 17:38:02

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, UAE President Mohammed bin Zayed, the Jordanian monarch and the King of Bahrain met this afternoon to participate in the five-year summit of leaders

President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and UAE President Mohamed bin Zayed received at El Alamein Airport the Prime Minister of Iraq, the King of Jordan and the King of Bahrain.

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived this afternoon, Monday, in the Arab Republic of Egypt, to participate in the five-year summit of leaders.  LINK

Godson » August 22nd, 2022

Slow week…. Less than 10 days left in this month… Whatdayousay IMF&CBI…. If Maliki gone no opposition in the street… Reserves over 90… Parliament dissolved… A new day should be for the people.. Whatdayousay Iraq….. IMO  

Zeeman » August 22nd, 2022

Godson you left out fsl  the bank all the new banking systems  on the  15th must be certified as well as increased tax collections on the borders and ports  and   the new international banking systems. then Eddie said all the news about the atms and new currency and new value and etc.  then lastly if the gov was really dissolved why has not kazami officially taken over instead of a care taker gov.

DoTalk2Me » August 22nd, 2022

imo we are just waiting for K to announce his government. Get it done already.

Samson » August 22nd, 2022

Al-Kazemi arrives in Egypt to participate in the quinquennial summit

08/22/22 16:46:26

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi arrived today, Monday, in the Arab Republic of Egypt, to participate in the five-year summit of leaders.

And his media office said, in a statement that {Euphrates News} received a copy of it, that: “The summit will discuss a range of issues of interest to the region, including regional security, joint cooperation, consultation on common issues and industrial integration.”

“The leaders will also discuss energy, investment and climate change,” he added. LINK

The Governor of the Central Bank discusses with the Russian Ambassador the dues of Russian oil companies operating in Iraq

On Monday, Central Bank Governor Mustafa Ghaleb Mokheb discussed with the Russian ambassador to Baghdad the dues of Russian oil companies operating in Iraq.

A statement of the Central Bank, which Mawazine News received a copy of, stated that the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Mokhiv, received the Ambassador of the Russian Federation in Baghdad, Elbrus Kuatrashev.

Makheeb welcomed the ambassador, and discussed the dues of Russian companies operating in Iraq in the field of oil, stressing the need to scrutinize the appropriate solutions for this.

The governor also reviewed the efforts of the Central Bank in promoting development and the challenges facing the Iraqi economic sector and the reflection of global crises on it.

For his part, the ambassador commended those efforts and wished the Iraqi banking sector continued progress and success.  link

Iraq And Spain Are Discussing Attracting And Exchanging Students, Professors And Researchers At Different Levels

22nd August, 2022

Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Nabil Kazem Abdel-Saheb, received today, Monday, Spanish Ambassador Pedro Martinez, Evil Martin, and they discussed the prospects for academic cooperation between the two countries.

During the meeting, which was attended by the Director-General of the Department of Missions and Cultural Relations Hazem Baqir Taher, the Minister of Education stressed that “Iraqi university institutions are working in accordance with the standards of global cooperation in the scientific and research fields and cultural exchange with countries, expressing his keenness to develop paths of understanding with Spanish universities and provide a sustainable environment for academic cooperation.” Sober.”

The Minister of Education called for “the establishment of the Iraqi-Spanish University and a trend towards attracting and exchanging students, professors and researchers, and employing experiences that serve the requirements of comprehensive development at the educational, economic and industrial levels.”

In turn, the ambassador expressed his “thanks for this meeting and the willingness of the Spanish side to exert more cooperation and seriousness responsible for supporting agreements and understandings between the two sides, especially measures related to promoting joint cultural exchange.”  LINK

Signing an agreement to establish an international track linking Iraq with Europe

08/22/22 17:17:49

Telecom Egypt and Orange Jordan announced the signing of a strategic cooperation agreement to establish a new international route linking the State of Iraq to Europe through Egyptian and Jordanian lands.

The new path (CAB) CAIRO-AMMAN-BAGHADAD System is in line with the two companies’ strategy to expand the provision of the latest high-quality telecommunications services to operators in the Middle East, specifically the Iraqi market, based on the two companies’ distinguished international infrastructure through multiple submarine cables.

The networks of the two companies will be combined to provide high-quality, low-latency communications services through diverse and highly flexible paths to meet the increasing demand for communications services in the Iraqi market.

The CAB system is expected to enter service during the third quarter of 2022, and once launched, it will be the most advanced fast track linking Iraq to Europe, depending on the infrastructure of Telecom Egypt and Orange Jordan. “Cooperating with Orange Jordan to build the new system, enriches the experience of users in Iraq by providing services through a new, highly flexible path,” Adel Hamed, Managing Director and CEO of Telecom Egypt said in a statement. 

For his part, Terry Marigny, CEO of Orange Jordan, commented, “The new CAB route represents a rich addition to serving the Iraqi market. Through this strategic partnership with Telecom Egypt, the company will be able to meet the increasing demand for internet services inside Iraq through new, highly reliable routes linking Iraq.” smoothly into Europe. LINK

The average salary in Iraq is 600 dollars and in other countries is six thousand

22nd August, 2022

Iraq ranked 62nd out of a list of 105 countries in terms of the average net monthly salary of an employee of $600 in Iraq, according to the US CEO World magazine.

Switzerland topped the world in terms of average income, according to what was published by the magazine, as the average monthly salary in the European country amounted to 6,142 dollars per month, followed by Singapore, Austria, and then the United States in the next third places in the world ranking with an average monthly salary ranging from 4,350 dollars to 3,721 dollars.

On the Arab level, the UAE ranked first and fifth globally, with an average monthly salary of $3,663, followed by Qatar in 11th place globally, with an average monthly salary of $3,168.

And in the third place in the Arab world came Saudi Arabia, with an average salary of 1888 dollars, and Kuwait ranked 26th globally, with an average monthly salary of 1854.45 dollars.

The Gulf Cooperation Council countries competed for the Arab leadership, as Bahrain ranked 28th in the world, with an average of $1,728.74, while Oman ranked sixth in the Arab world and ranked 30th globally, with an average of $1,626.64.

Despite the crises that Lebanon is experiencing, it has maintained an advanced rank at the Arab and international levels, among the list of 105 countries, as it ranked 47th globally, with an average salary of more than 837 dollars per month, while Palestine ranked eighth in the Arab world, and 52nd globally with an average of 778 dollars.

According to the American magazine, which calculated the average net monthly salary after deductions in different countries around the world and compared the income in some rich and low-income countries, Jordan and Iraq ranked 61st and 62nd globally, with a salary in the range of $600.

While Morocco was first among the Arab countries in Africa, and 86th in the world with an average salary of $385, followed by Tunisia, then Algeria, while Egypt ranked last among the Arab countries on the list and ranked 100th globally with an average monthly salary of $219.

Pakistan and Sri Lanka were at the bottom of the list in the world, with an average salary of not more than 165 dollars. LINK

Within the file of manipulating real estate assets… the arrest of government officials in Mosul

22nd August, 2022
A security source in Nineveh reported, on Monday, that two officials in the Real Estate Registration Department and a third person were arrested in an administrative corruption case.

The source told Shafaq News Agency, “A security force arrested the assistant director-general of the Real Estate Registration Department on the left side of the city of Mosul (Tabu al-Zohour), the accounts officer, and a third person who was not an employee, and took them to investigate with her.”

And he indicated that “the arrest was carried out on the basis of a judicial arrest warrant issued by the committee charged with investigating the file of tampering with land and real estate registration papers, which was formed by the Prime Ministry more than a year ago.”

Since last year until now, the Integrity Commission has arrested several officials and employees of the Real Estate Registration Department in Mosul because of the manipulation of the priorities of real estate owned by the state and citizens.   LINK

Integrity reveals manipulation of state property worth two billion dinars in Basra

08/22/2022 16:35:24

The Investigation Department of the Federal Integrity Commission announced, on Monday, the arrest of fraud in the registry of a real estate in Basra Governorate, in addition to the arrest of employees in the Health Department; for promoting narcotic pills.

The department said in a statement, “The work team of the Basra Investigation Directorate revealed tampering in the file and record of a property owned by the state, with an area of (8 acres), pointing out that the property is located in a privileged location in the center of the province.”

She added, “The property, with an estimated value of (2,000,000,000) two billion dinars, was registered in the name of people in violation of the law, although it was registered in the name of the Basra Municipal Directorate through acquisition.”

On the other hand, the department stated that “the directorate team has arrested two employees of Al-Fayhaa General Hospital in Basra, for using a government ambulance to transport hallucinogenic and narcotic pills that are forbidden to be circulated without a medical prescription, pointing out that (40) tapes of these pills were seized in the ambulance that transported hallucinogenic drugs. owed by the accused, and it is used by them to trade in hallucinogenic and narcotic pills.”  LINK

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