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Moscow and Ankara are working to establish a gas center in Turkey

23rd October, 2022

A source in Ankara confirmed to “Novosti” Saturday, that work between Turkey and Russia on establishing a gas center is underway, and issues related to design, construction and marketing are being evaluated

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia could divert gas from the North Sea to the Black Sea region and Turkey. The Russian leader discussed this idea with his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and instructed to work on this issue in detail and quickly

The source told RIA Novosti: “The work is underway, and it requires evaluations related to design, construction and marketing. The concerned authorities are implementing the directives of the two presidents, and the process remains under the supervision of the leaders of the two countries.

The source stated that the exact location of the prospective gas center has not yet been determined, but it is likely – if the two parties agree – that the Thrace region (the European part of Turkey) will be a “appropriate place”, as previously indicated by Erdogan


According to the source, it is premature to talk about the cost of the proposed center, as the matter will become known after all the details of the project are clarified. In response to a question about the possibility of imposing Western sanctions, in particular by the United States, on Turkey because of the project, the source stressed that the gas center in Turkey is required above all to ensure energy security in Europe, and “it is necessary to realize that there will be no losers.” LINK

In the document … the Ministry of Finance decides to seize the funds of 5 senior employees accused of stealing approximately 3 billion US dollars

23rd October, 2022

The Ministry of Finance issued a decision to seize the said and immovable funds of 5 senior employees accused of stealing approximately 3 billion US dollars of the Iraqi people’s money. LINK

Parliamentary Integrity calls on the judiciary to prevent the travel of officials suspected of corruption

22nd October, 2022

A member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Sarwa Abdul Wahed, demanded Saturday, the head of the Judicial Council, to prevent the travel of officials in the Iraqi government suspected of corruption.


Abdul Wahed said in a press statement: Every day we hear news about the resignations and travels of officials suspected of corruption in the outgoing government.

She added, “Therefore, we demand the President of the Supreme Judicial Council to prevent them from traveling, because we trust the justice of our judiciary.”

She stressed: Those involved in wasting people’s money cannot be allowed to enjoy it outside Iraq with their families, at a time when the citizen is suffering from hardship.  LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps


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