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Samson » November 17th, 2022

Iraq increases its holdings of US bonds by more than one billion and 250 million dollars in a month

17th November, 2022

The US Treasury announced, on Thursday, that Iraq increased its holdings of US bonds to more than one billion and 250 million dollars during the month of September.

The treasury stated in its latest schedule, seen by Shafaq News agency, that “Iraq’s possession of US Treasury bonds for the month of September of 2022 increased by 1.275 billion dollars, to reach 36.905 billion, after it was 35.630 billion dollars in the month of August,” indicating that “this Bonds increased by 51.35% over the same month last year 2021, when Iraq’s possession of bonds amounted to $18 billion.

And she added, “Iraqi bonds, including long-term guarantees of $25.346 billion and short-term guarantees of $11.559 billion,” noting that “these bonds represent 0.49% of the world’s bonds.”

In the Arab world, Saudi Arabia comes at the forefront of the countries with the most possession, amounting to 120.997 billion dollars, Kuwait comes second with 49.923 billion dollars, the UAE comes third with 48.259 billion dollars, then Iraq fourth, and Oman fifth with 7.044 billion dollars, then Morocco with 3.739 billion dollars. 

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She pointed out that “the most holders of US bonds are Japan with 1.120.184 trillion dollars, followed by China with 933.579 billion dollars, followed by the United Kingdom with 663.287 billion dollars, and then comes Belgium with 325.085 billion dollars.”  LINK

Iraq is pursuing a senior official in the intelligence apparatus and seeking the help of Interpol

17th November, 2022

On Thursday, the Federal Integrity Commission initiated procedures to recover a general director in the intelligence service, and to issue an arrest warrant against the accused who fled to the International Police (Interpol) at the level of Arab countries, under the follow-up and supervision of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’a Al-Sudani.

According to a statement received by Shafaq News agency, the recovery department of the authority clarified the procedures for pursuing the fugitive suspect (Dia Abdel Aziz Saad Al-Musawi), in preparation for the issuance of the International Red Notice of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol).

The department stated, “The procedures for recovering the accused, who holds the position of Director General in the Intelligence Service, have actually begun, and a recovery file has been organized against him in preparation for the issuance of the red notice.”

She added that she had completed “the procedures required to issue an arrest warrant at the level of Arab countries through the security and legal agencies concerned with law enforcement,” noting that “this was done under the direct follow-up and supervision of the Prime Minister (Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani).”

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A judicial arrest warrant was previously issued against the accused as a result of charges attributed to him related to corruption crimes represented in oil smuggling and exploitation of his job position. LINK

Source: Dinar Recaps

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