Iranian President in Baghdad next Saturday


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Iranian President in Baghdad next Saturday

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An informed source ” a visit by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his accompanying delegation , thecapital , Baghdad, on Saturday evening next, for two days , ” noting that ” the Iranian president will sign anumber of agreements with the Iraqi government.”

The source , who preferred anonymity for News Agency (et) that ” the Iranian Hassan Rowhani , the president will visit Iraq on Saturday evening next, noting that” the Iranian president will be accompanied by more than five ministers, including the Minister of Interior and Foreign Affairs, and oil, industry and trade as well as Iran ‘s central bank and director of a large gathering of Iranian economists. ”

The source added that the Iranian president will sign a number of agreements with the Iraqi government ,including cooperation in the fight against terrorism and narcotics and illegal to cross the border and economical diary in the field of oil, gas and banks. ”

US Accused of Ignoring Its Obligations to LiftIranian Sanctions



In this photo released by an official website of the office of the Iranian Supreme Leader, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei delivers speech during a meeting with air force commanders and officers in Tehran, Iran, Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015

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A key provision of the Iran nuclear deal allows for the United States to roll back economic and visa sanctions against the Islamic republic.According to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Washington is not holding up its end of the bargain.

The nuclear accord, agreed to by Iran and the P5 + 1 nations, stipulates that international sanctions against Tehran be lifted. By providing assurances that its nuclear ambitions are for peaceful purposes only, the global community agreed to end the Islamic republic’s economic isolation.

One country, however, appears to be dragging its feet.

“The Americans have not acted on their promises and (only) removed the sanctions on paper,” Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said during a televised address on Sunday.

While many of the sanctions formally ended January 17 when the deal was implemented, US banks remain barred from conducting business in the country.Khamenei describes this reluctance as the “fear of Americans,” and notes that it discourages European and Asian banks, as well.

“We have to try to put pressure on America to make this issue clear. Otherwise, removing the sanctions does not mean anything,” said Ferial Mostofi, chairwoman of the KDD Group, an Iranian project management firm.

“If the banking situation stays as today, definitely we shall be facing problems for the payments.”

George Booth, a partner at UK-based law firm Pinsent Masons, agrees that fear of financial penalties harms Tehran’s relations with international bankers.

“Until US sanctions are lifted, European banks with major operations in the States, of which there many, will still be exposed to onerous trade restrictions unless they can prove complete separation of European and US divisions of their business,” he said.

“That’s easier said than done. It should not be underestimated, the level of internal restructuring required to satisfy this criteria.”

Washington’s failure to follow through on its promises is affecting the ability of Iranians to gain credit. It’s also hindering government efforts to sell oil on the international market, as well as recover some $ 100 billion in frozen assets from foreign bank accounts.

While some banks have gone ahead with Iranian transactions, these have mostly been smaller institutions, likely to be overlooked by the US government.

“Some small amounts have gone through, but the huge amounts will require the involvement of big foreign banks, which were active in Iran projects before the sanctions were imposed,” said Seyed Arash Shahr Aeini, deputy chief of the Export Guarantee Fund of Iran.

“They are still reluctant to do business with Iran.”


The resumption of the flow of oil from the Kurdistan region to the port of Ceyhan


Khandan – resumed the process of exporting oil from the Kurdistan region to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, after a break for a short period.

Quoted “Reuters” on Wednesday, for a shipping source said, was the resumption of the flow of crude in the pipeline of the Kurdistan region to the Turkish port of Ceyhan at the time (4:30) this afternoon GMT Kurdistan region, after stopping for a short period.

The agency “Reuters” reported Tuesday (March 22 2016), said that oil exports from the Kurdistan region interrupted by stealing oil from the carrier pipe in the province, “Şanlıurfa” Turkish.

And convey the pipeline is about 600 thousand barrels per day of crude to the Turkish port of Ceyhan from the Kurdistan region, Kirkuk fields.

Central bank: we will meet soon with the IMF to obtain a long – term loan


Wednesday , 23 March 2016 10:23
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Revealed the central bank governor on the Keywords, Wednesday, that Iraq would soon meet with the IMF to obtain a long-term loan, noting that Iraq has the right to give assistance and convenience when going through a crisis.

Keywords and said in the 10-11 program, which aired Alsumaria News that “Iraq is about to meet soon with the IMF and the World Bank and the countries of Seven industrialized to agree to give us the loan of billions of dollars in long-term and soft interest”, adding that “the Central Bank and Ministry of Finance forward a range of measures these authorities about it. “ He Keywords that “the loan is the right of Iraq, as is a member of the IMF and the World Bank and paying contributions annually for them,” noting that “under the law of the fund and the World Bank that gives aid and facilities of the member states of when going through a financial crisis.”Iraq has been going through a major financial crisis as a result of lower oil prices, which Iraq depends mainly upon which reached these prices to low levels amounted to less than $ 30 per barrel.


Parliament speaker receives from the chest list ofcandidates for the government of technocrats

Wednesday , 23 March 2016 21:16
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A spokesman for House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, on Wednesday, the last hand over a list of cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, including candidates for government technocrats names, noting that al-Jubouri said that the list would be “supportive” of the Prime Minister to choose his booth government.
The spokesman said Imad al-Khafaji said in a statement received Alsumaria News, a copy of it, that al-Jubouri, “received a letter from Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr candidates include the names of the government of technocrats,” noting that “al-Jubouri, expressed interest in the names included in the list, which he considered part of the reform efforts.”
He said al-Khafaji, that “the House Speaker is believed that the list received from Mr. Sadr would be supportive of the Prime Minister to choose his booth government, which is expected to submit it to the People’s Congress for the purpose of voting upon in accordance with the constitutional mechanisms.”
It was al-Sadr, announced on Tuesday, agreed with “the committee supervising the selection of ministers technocrats” to the new ministerial lineup, stressing displayed on Abadi “soon”, between the minister does not belong to any political party and from all spectrums of the Iraqi people.

The central bank reduced the money that allows the traveler to carry $ 3000

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Today decided to CBI, on Wednesday, to determine the share of travelers with 3 thousand dollars only, while pointing to the possibility of providing passenger demand in case he needs a larger amount, warned banks and money transfer companies from manipulating quotas.

A source at the central bank in an interview (range Press), he was “committed to the law of the Iraqi Central Bank and the guidelines for the International Monetary Fund and international norms and practices, the central bank covers requests for importers and citizens for the purposes of travel, study, treatment and other requirements as specified in the instructions, the currency of the dollar from this point the bank decided to measures that will help to support the dinar and the control of the dollar. ”

The source, who asked not to be named, said “the actions represented to be the sale price of the dollar for the purposes of the above amount not to exceed 1,200 dinars to the dollar for the sale of cash or money orders and letters of credit, as well as the quota of each passenger is (3000) three thousand dollars only.”

The source indicated that “if the traveler need to over the amount necessary to cover the needs, it can provide documented own demand, including demand in favor of the banks or banking companies before suitable for obtaining approvals fundamentalism on-demand period.”

The source added that “in the absence of banks in response or conversion or banking companies to importers requests or citizens of, the sale of dollars at a higher price than stated, or delay or obstruct the orders of the Central Bank would take tough sanctions against them.”

The central bank already allows travelers to carry sums of up to $ 5000.

The continued sit-ins in front of the gates of the Green Zone in Baghdad for a sixth day in a row


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Sit-ins called her Sadrist leader of the Green Zone gates, central Baghdad, for the sixth consecutive day, until the implementation of their demands for reform continue.

Where he joined the protestors of the sons of the Sadrist movement and civil and national currents, a delegation of the sons of the Christian component, during a speech expressing them in the yard of a peaceful sit-in, their solidarity with the peaceful protesters in their demands, chanting national slogans.