Sun. AM TNT Iraq News Articles 2-19-23



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The prime minister speaks to the citizens directly and promises to solve all their problems 

Today, Thursday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’a al-Sudani spoke directly with the citizens, through the Al-Watan wa Al-Nas program, which is shown on Al-Iraqiya News.

The Prime Minister made direct contact with the presenter of the program, Mustafa Al-Rubaie, during the live broadcast of the episode, to listen to the problems of citizens.

The Prime Minister asked the presenter of the Al-Watan wa Al-Nas program to register the phone numbers of citizens to communicate with him personally to solve their problems.

During the call, he announced the imminent approval of the current year’s budget   link 

Sudani announces the imminent adoption of the financial budget


Baghdad Today – Baghdad

Today, Sunday, Prime Minister Mohamed Shia Al-Sudani announced the imminent approval of the fiscal budget for 2023.

Al-Sudani told state television that the financial budget for the current year would be approved soon.

Earlier, the financial and economic adviser to the Prime Minister, Mazhar Mohamed Saleh, attributed the delay in the government’s submission of the 2023 budget bill to the House of Representatives so far due to the recent dollar crisis.

Saleh said in a press statement followed by (Baghdad Today), that “the government’s decision to reduce the official price prompted the reformulation and restructuring of the project again according to the new official price of the dollar.”

He stressed that “the budget for the year 2023 will be completely different from previous budgets, in terms of service projects and financial allocations to complete important projects that have high completion rates, and the deficit in them will be estimated, and will be filled through surplus funds from the last fiscal year.”

According to parliamentary leaks, the 2023 budget is expected to be the highest in the country’s history, and included in its items the largest operational part, estimated at 80 trillion dinars, including government expenses and employee salaries, while the price of a barrel of oil in the budget was set at estimated figures not exceeding $ 70.


The Kurdistan Region’s delegation to discuss today with the MoO the oil and gas law

Baghdad / NINA / – Today, Sunday, a delegation from the Kurdistan region will discuss with the Federal Ministry of Oil the oil and gas law.

The head of the office of the prime minister of the region, Omid Sabah, said that the delegation, which arrived last night, will resume its meetings, which it held earlier this month with officials in the Iraqi Ministry of Oil regarding the oil and gas law and related issues.

On February 11, the Kurdistan Region delegation visited Baghdad and held a series of meetings with ministers and officials of the federal government

Al-Sudani: We are working on structural reforms for the Iraqi economy

Al-Sudani said in a symposium on the sidelines of his participation in the Munich conference, “Iraq is the key to the solution in the region,” noting that “our government has 5 priorities.”

The Prime Minister added, “We are working on structural reforms of the economy,” noting that “the previous governments did not invest in gas.”

He pointed out that “the government places desertification problems as a priority in its solutions,” adding that “our forces have the ability to achieve security and stability in Iraq.”

“We started reforming the security sector,” added Al-Sudani, adding, “Our position is clear that there is no need for combat forces. We only need advisory missions.”

He stressed that “the presence of al-Hol camp is a worrying factor for Iraq,” noting that “the Iraqi people adhere to the democratic system.”


And the Prime Minister went on, “We are constantly working on the principle of citizenship and have come a long way in overcoming the problems between Baghdad and Erbil.”

He explained that “ISIS ended militarily in Iraq,” adding, “We need the international community’s help in recovering wanted terrorists and preventing their financing.”

And he added, “My government has adopted opening a dialogue with the international coalition to determine its needs and aspects of tasks in the next stage, and to determine the number of advisers,” noting that “Washington is a strategic partner for Iraq.”

And between: “We have historical relations with Iran,” stressing that “corruption in Iraq threatens development and reconstruction plans.”

And the Prime Minister added, “We started reforming the institutions involved in pursuing corruption,” adding, “We started with the method of recovering money and tracking down wanted persons, and this is happening for the first time since 2003.”

And he continued, “Part of corruption finances terrorism,” indicating that: closing the file of the displaced is a priority for the government.

Al-Sudani went on to say, “Iraq is open to all countries in its economic partnerships,” adding, “We have historical relations with Kuwait and there is an effort to attract Gulf investments.”

The Prime Minister stressed that “Iraq has investment opportunities in various sectors,” pointing out that “my government is keen to review the investment environment in Iraq       link

Source: Dinar Recaps



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