Iraqi talks on the UN to support Iraq economically


  
were held today in Baghdad, intensive talks between checks on delegation headed by UN Secretary – General Ban Ki – moon and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim and President of the Islamic Development Bank Ahmed Mohamed Ali, Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi and Ministers of Finance, Planning and the Governor of the Central Bank and a number of advisors Prime Minister, on ways to support global financial institutions , the Iraqi economy during this critical circumstances.

A statement by the Iraqi Ministry of Finance Agency has received all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, that ” the talks focused on the United Nations and financial institutions to support the government ‘s efforts and discussions to reach an agreement [SBA] with the International Monetary Fund to stimulate economic reforms and monitoring of economic performance, which will provide loans international financial Iraq to take advantage of them to cover the deficit and meet the security and humanitarian needs. ” 

the statement pointed out , ” Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari – who returned from a therapeutic journey from London – lateral talks with President of the World Bank about the talks the technical teams of the Fund and the need to speed up the Bank project financing in the regions and provinces . ” 

he said Ban Ki – moon , according to the statement , ” the United Nations to support the reform efforts and the fight against corruption and increase transparency and achieve national reconciliation and to prosecute criminals for crimes against humanity, particularly organizations Daash against the Yazidi community. ”

Alliraqnews.com

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