Iraq participates meetings of the 26th session of the Council of Arab Ministers of the Environment

Reported to the Health and Environment Committee member of the parliamentary Siham Moussa Hamoudi, that the Arab Environment Ministers held in Cairo, a meeting on the sidelines of the 26th session of the Council of Arab Ministers of the Environment, which will be launched in Saudi Arabia on Sunday, with the participation of Iraq.

She said Hamoudi network Roudao media, said that “a delegation from Iraq, headed by the Minister of Environment Qutaiba al-Jubouri, attended a meeting held at the Arab League in Cairo building, and agreed with his Egyptian counterpart, Khaled Fahmy, the signing of the new protocol, which was added to the previous one, which did not do many of the paragraphs.”

Hammoudi added that “a committee of experts in the two ministries met in Cairo to activate the Protocol, the parties agreed to sign on the sidelines of a meeting in Jeddah on Sunday, it is possible that the conferees discussed Minister optimal investment of natural resources and water resources between upstream countries and increase green Rabua.”

It is scheduled to hold a session (26) of the Council of Arab Environment Ministers from 8 to November 10 Nov., headed by Abdul Aziz Omar Al-Jasser, General President of Meteorology and Environment Protection in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and will include a follow-up to the implementation of the decisions of the session (25).

Follow-up meetings will also address the international conventions and meetings on the environment and desertification, biodiversity, chemicals and hazardous waste, in addition to other topics, including environmental education for sustainable development and how to set up integration in the Arab attitude towards climate change and strategies related issues.

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Default Vice independently: next week will resolve the naming of parliamentary committees

Default Vice independently: next week will resolve the naming of parliamentary committees

Vice independently: next week will resolve the naming of parliamentary committees

Agency eighth day
November 8, 2014, 14:38

BAGHDAD – ((eighth day))
Said independent MP Abdul Alloizi uterus, the next week will resolve the naming of parliamentary committees.

He Alloizi told ((eighth day)) that “the resolution of the parliamentary committees as soon as Ail Roy because there are a lot of outstanding issues concerning the work of the committees,

adding that the Presidency is determined and eager to nominate the heads of the committees in the near future is expected to settle its mind next week .

He added, that the heads of blocs in dialogue began in earnest during these days and no big differences, but only about naming presidents of the committees.

The presidency of the parliament gave the heads of blocs Abuaa one for naming heads of the committees and their members to vote on them by the House of Representatives.

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Iraq’s ambassador to Washington confirms negotiations with the government of Arbil on oil

Saturday, November 8, 2014 16:05

Iraq’s ambassador to Washington confirms negotiations with the government of Arbil on oil

BAGHDAD / Baghdadi Uz..cd Iraqi ambassador in Washington, Luqman Philly that the Baghdad government has entered into talks with the Kurdistan Region to resolve the oil dispute.

He Philly in a statement to the media and American vassal / Baghdadi News / “The positive indicators in the talks, which recently launched on the sharing of oil revenues and other points of contention which is locked in Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government talks thereon agreements,” pointing out that “all oil sales in Iraq must that are transnational SOMO, and any sales outside of this framework would be to undermine the unity of the country. ”

“The verdict on the outcome of the talks still, where there will be mutual visits between Erbil and Baghdad officials, we now need to sit at the same table and discuss the matter.”

He indicated that the relationship between Arbil and Baghdad tense because of the Kurdistan region to export oil extracted from existing oil fields in the region .anthy 21 / j

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Arab and international US Defense announces the allocation of more than $ 1.5 billion to train Iraqi forces 8 US Defense announces the allocation of more than $ 1.5 billion to train Iraqi forces

08-11-2014 02:57 PM

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Announced that the US Department of Defense (Pentagon) allocated $ 1.6 billion for a package of training and support for Iraqi forces against al ‘Daash’.

A spokesman for the US Department of Defense (Pentagon) John Kirby said in press statements, that this part of the budget package demanded by President Barack Obama’s administration valued at $ 5.6 billion to spend on organizing ‘Daash’.

He added that it will be allocated to a program of military training and counseling approved by the White House yesterday and includes 1,500 employees sending non-combat troops to Iraq in the coming months to increase the effectiveness of counseling and rehabilitation of the Iraqi forces.

The Pentagon announced Friday the approval of Obama send these specialists in response to the request of Baghdad and evaluation of US Central Command, the Iraqi forces as well as progress made by Iraqi forces on the ground.

Pentagon: Additional US Troops Will Not Participate In Combat Missions Print Save 08/11/2014 08:41:00

Pentagon: Additional US Troops Will Not Participate In Combat Missions Print Save
08/11/2014 08:41:00

BAGHDAD / NINA / Pentagon announced that “The extra troops that w

ill be sent to Iraq announced President will not participate in combat missions and their tasks will focus on the establishment training camps for about ten Iraqi military brigades.”

A statement for the Pentagon said, “The US military would deploy an additional 1500 troops in Iraq to strengthen its efforts to help Iraqi forces to confront militants of the / IS / during the coming period.”

The ministry added that “the US troops will provide advice to Iraqi military units through two centers outside Baghdad and Erbil.”

It is mentioned that the White House announced that President Barack Obama ordered the deployment of 1,500 more US military troops in Iraq to train Iraqi forces and the Peshmerga, bringing the total number of military advisers in Iraq to 2900.

The White House said in a statement yesterday: “This force will work in military bases outside Baghdad and Erbil, and will not have a combat role.”

The statement added: “President Obama made the decision at the request of the Iraqi government and on the recommendation of the Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and military leaders on the basis of the estimated needs of the Iraqi forces,” ./ End

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