Mon. PM TNT News Articles from Iraq 5-22-23



Following the grinding brawl. A number of Kurdish deputies were injured inside the regional parliament hall

Baghdad Today – Baghdad

A number of Kurdish deputies were injured on Monday after a fierce brawl inside the Kurdistan Regional Parliament Hall.

A video clip obtained by (Baghdad Today) showed “the injury of a number of deputies of the Kurdistan Regional Parliament against the background of a brawl inside the Council Chamber.”

The proceedings of the session of the Council of Representatives of the Kurdistan Region, on Monday, witnessed the occurrence of clashing of hands, beatings, punches and breaking of the contents of the parliament among the Kurdish members of the House of Representatives.

And obtained (Baghdad Today) on a video showing what happened in the session of the entanglement of hands, beating, punches and breaking of the contents of the parliament among the members of the House of Representatives Kurds, while a number of journalists of the region were injured inside the building of the House of Representatives to cover the proceedings of the session.

The Kurdistan region is witnessing sharp political differences between the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union, which today reached the point of clash, and observers believe that the predominance of either party in this file may pave the way for changes in the political scene within the region in the coming years.


Baghdad and Berlin are discussing the most important economic, financial and monetary developments in Iraq

The Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ammar Hamad Khalaf, received a high-ranking German delegation headed by the Director of the Middle East and North Africa Department at the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Volker Uehle, accompanied by Chargé d’Affaires of the German Embassy in Baghdad, Margarete Jacob.

A statement to the Central Bank media stated, “The meeting, which included a group of general managers and specialists in the Central Bank of Iraq, discussed the most important economic, financial and monetary developments in Iraq, and the extent of the Iraqi Central Bank’s response in achieving balance and economic stability, 

The meeting also discussed “the economic and technical aspects related to cooperation with the German side, including the provision of advisory services through the (GIZ) organization, and the projects that the organization manages in cooperation with this bank.”   link

Minister of Commerce: The private sector has become an essential and active partner in economic development

Minister of Commerce Atheer Al-Ghurairy affirmed, on Monday, that the government program includes support for openness to the regional and international environment, while indicating the endeavor to provide an investment environment in various economic fields.

“We are preparing to hold the 74th session of the Baghdad International Fair under the slogan (Iraq continues),” Al-Ghurairy said, during a symposium of trade attaches at the Baghdad International Fair. Iraq and the participating countries, upgrading them to advanced levels in partnerships, attracting investment and attracting expertise, learning about the latest developments in the investment sector and benefiting from them in achieving the goals of economic development.


He pointed out that “the government is working through the government program to support openness to the regional and international environment and strive to provide an investment environment and establish real partnerships in various economic fields, and develop these relations by activating the role of joint committees that take upon themselves the development and development of bilateral relations.”

He explained, “The interest in organizing exhibitions is one of the measures taken by the government, which is one of the most important economic, social and cultural tools, establishing real partnerships and exchanging experiences with many countries of the world, striving to benefit from advanced experiences in the fields of economic development and investment, and providing the appropriate environment for local and foreign investors.”

He pointed to “the endeavors for the next session of the Baghdad International Fair to be a real opportunity and a broad starting point for cooperation, which is a message to introduce Iraq as an attractive center for industry, trade and business, as it is the promising market for many international companies wishing to invest and enter the Iraqi market, and this casts a shadow over the economic interests between Iraq and the participating countries.” .

Al-Ghurairy called on members of the diplomatic corps in Baghdad and commercial attaches in embassies to “share efforts so that the next session will be effective in terms of international participation and the types of participating companies, so that the exhibition will be a real meeting opportunity that achieves common goals and interests by urging countries and companies to participate and establish real partnerships with the private sector.” Iraqi, who has become a key and active partner in economic development   link

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