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The US embassy in Baghdad: the appointment of a spokesman for military operations against Daash

Monday, September 28, 2015 – 20:25

The US embassy in Iraq

A source at the US Embassy in Baghdad, on Monday, announced the appointment of a US military spokesman for military operations against the terrorist organization Daash in Iraq, adding that the speaker will hold its first conference next Thursday.

The source said in a press statement followed tow Radio “The US administration appointed three weeks ago, Colonel Steve Warren military spokesman for America on the ongoing military operations against al-Daash in Iraq,” noting that “Colonel Warren arrived in Baghdad a week ago.”

The source added that “Colonel Warren held his first press next Thursday at the US Embassy in Baghdad headquarters of the conference,” The US embassy has not issued an official statement on the inauguration of Colonel Warren yet.

It is said that the United States is leading an international coalition to fight against the terrorist organization Daash who dominated since June 2014 on Iraqi territory by the security forces to regain the popular crowd and many of those lands.

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Abadi announce directed the state to the private sector

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09/28/2015

He stressed economic advisor to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, Monday, that the State’s strategic direction towards the private sector, as he pointed to the 2016 budget designed to borrow a little too much debt and filling.

He said the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, said that “the current direction of the Iraqi state is heading towards the private sector, because Iraq is not only built by the private sector,” noting that “the development of the private sector recently approved by the Council of Ministers strategy extends to 2030”.

Saleh added, “There are bureaucratic apparatus in Iraq is the private sector and the market conspiratorial force,” stressing the need to “change the outlook on the private sector.”

In a related context between Saleh, that “next year’s budget in 2016 is determined to borrow a little bit, and bridging the former too much debt, especially domestic debt.”

The Ministry of Finance announced that, in (15 September 2015) for submission draft 2016 budget law to the cabinet, while confirming the importance of transparency and compliance with legal and constitutional Baltoukitat time in approval, she pointed out that the drafting of the budget was based on the reduction of public expenditure and the fight against waste and waste in state revenues and diversify sources of national income in the country.

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Prime Minister Dr. Haider Abadi discuss with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the situation in the region and strengthen the bilateral relations between the two countries in various fields. During the meeting touched on the threat of Chechen fighters with Daash gangs, which represents a common threat to Iraq and Russia. Mr. Putin expressed support Russia full of Iraq in its war against terrorism, in addition to the continued support of Russia to invest in Iraq, especially in the field of energy, pointing out that Russia’s effort in Syria focus on the fight against Daash as they help in arming Iraq to fight these gangs

Abadi meet Arab and Ihsanoglu in New Yorkconfirms: we seek to move the country on the right track

Editor Ali Jasim – Monday, 28 September 2015 21:01
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He met with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi , Monday, Secretary-General of the Arab League Nabil Elaraby and Turkish Prime Minister Ahmed Davutoglu separately, as he emphasized that Iraq seeks to overcome the challenges of the war on the organization of “Daash” and low oil prices and a walk in the country on the right track.

Ebadi said Office in a statement received Alsumaria News copy of it, “the Prime Minister met, today, on the sidelines of his visit to New York to attend the meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations, Secretary General of the Arab League Nabil al-Arabi and his accompanying delegation,” explaining that “During the meeting, the situation in the region and the importance of concerted efforts to fight Daash gangs and deviant thought and victories achieved by our heroine on the enemy in addition to the political, security and economic challenges and reforms in various sectors. “

The Abadi, according to the statement, that “Iraq faces many challenges, including the war on Daash and lower global oil prices,” stressing “strive to overcome this crisis and move the country on the right track.”

For his part, Arab expressed “the Arab League support for the Government and people of Iraq in the face of terrorism”, stressing that “we seek to provide all that would contribute to the security and stability of Iraq.”

On the other hand, the statement pointed out that “al-Abadi met with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and his entourage,” adding that “During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations and the situation in the region and the war on gangs Daash terrorist addition to the issue of water and a number of topics of mutual interest “.

A source in the Prime Minister’s Office revealed Haider al-Abadi, on Monday, that the latter arrived in New York City at the head of a ministerial delegation to attend the meetings of the General Assembly of the United Nations.

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