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    These are the conditions of Abadi to advance Iraq to the most advanced countries

    (Baghdad: Al-Furat News) Prime Minister Haider al-
    Abadi said on Friday that the advancement of Iraq will take only a few years, “noting that” the country is able to become in the ranks of the emerging and advanced 20 countries. ” “Iraq is able to rise and become in the ranks of the developed countries, the unity and will of our people, which has achieved the impossible and defeat the terrorist gang in the most difficultcircumstances,” Abbadi said during the central ceremony held by the General Secretariat of the holy shrine of the holy day of Kadhimiya. He stressed that “the advancement of Iraq will need only a few years only, but on condition that the continuation of the continuity of unity and maintain the victory achieved on terrorism.” “Many analysts who rely on insight and accurate information predict that the Iraqis will achieve this renaissance in a short period of time and quickly,” Abadi said. “Four years ago, it was a preacher on the outskirts of Baghdad and was bombing civilians in residential neighborhoods, but our heroic forces reached the farthest point of the border and liberated all our lands and cities,” he said, warning that “we won politically by adhering to the constitution and unity of Iraq and non-discrimination among our people” To the stinging voices that questioned the victory and did not allow them to take us back. ”

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    The Iraqi Central Bank intends to open a branch in Najaf
    Economy News _ Baghdad
    Governor of the Central Bank Walid Abdul Nabi announced on Sunday the intention of the central bank to open a branch in Najaf.
    This came during the meeting of Abdulnabi Najaf Governor Louay al-Yasiri, where a number of important economic files were discussed.
    "During the meeting, a number of important economic files were discussed, the most important of which is the opening of a branch of the central bank in the province, which has a good impact on the development of the economic reality in the province," the media office of Najaf governor said in a statement received by

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    probably take them as long as it is to rehabilitate and re-open Warka Bank lol

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    Now it seems that they are giving importance to their currencies

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    Al-Rafidain issues the international MasterCard for Iraqis living in Jordan and the UAE


    Editorial Date: 2018/1/15 8:27

    [Ayna-Baghdad]
    Al-Rafidain Bank announced the issuance of the MasterCard card for Iraqi citizens residing in Jordan and the UAE.

    "The MasterCard International has been issued at branches in Amman and Abu Dhabi for Iraqis living there to receive their financial dues," the bank's press office said in a statement.
    "The Bank's branches in Beirut, Amman and Abu Dhabi continue to provide the best banking services to Iraqi residents in these countries."
    It is noteworthy that Rafidain Bank continues to provide services and banking facilities as well as the financial advances of various segments of society.


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    Now It's moving..... LOOK AT THE EXCHANGE RATE
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    I told you NO WARKA no RV

    NOW THERE'S A NEWS from AL WARKA LOL.....

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    Dr. Haider Al-Abbadi: We want the media to reflect the truth with its bright and hopeful face.1-27-2018 WOW!!!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzdo...ature=youtu.be

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    Baghdad lifts sanctions on Kurdistan’s banks, sends public employees salaries

    ERBIL, Kurdistan Region (Kurdistan 24) – Iraq on Monday said it would lift the punitive measures imposed on banks in the Kurdistan Region amid reports that Baghdad was sending a significant amount of money to cover employee salaries.
    During a session in the Iraqi Parliament, MPs voted to lift the financial sanctions imposed on the Region’s banks following Kurdistan’s Sep. 25 independence vote.
    Last October, the Iraqi central bank, upon the request of the Parliament, imposed financial restrictions— including the suspension of dollar exchange—on four major Kurdish banks but allowed other financial institutions to continue their foreign currency transfers.
    According to the Parliament’s ruling, the central bank would resume its work with banks in Kurdistan but would continue “monitoring the banks” in the Region and prepare monthly reports to related committees in Baghdad.
    Masoud Haider, a Kurdish MP in the Iraqi Parliament, told local media outlets that the Iraqi Ministry of Finance had decided to allocate 250 billion IQD (210 million USD) for public employees from the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) Ministry of Education and Ministry of Health.
    Viyan Jaff, Director General of Planning at the KRG’s Ministry of Health, who is also a member of the committee formed by Baghdad to audit the list of employees at both ministries, confirmed that Baghdad had sent the money.
    Jaff told Kurdistan 24 that Kurdish members of the Baghdad-appointed committee recommended that the Iraqi government “send the salaries of one month until the committee finalizes the list of the employees.”
    On Jan. 22, the central government sent a delegation of 16 members to Erbil to audit the number of government employees in both the KRG’s education and health ministries.
    The delegation is divided into two eight-member committees to audit each ministry.
    Ties between the KRG and the Iraqi government have considerably deteriorated following the Sep. 25 independence referendum which saw an overwhelming majority support secession.
    Before the referendum, Baghdad had cut the Region’s federal budget share at the start of 2014 which led Kurdistan into a financial crisis.
    Editing by Karzan Sulaivany

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