Central Bank of Iran: No restrictions banking activity with the countries except the United States

Central Bank of Iran: No restrictions banking activity with the countries except the United States

Iran ‘s central bank chairman Waliullah Saif stressed that “no restrictions on Iranian banking activities with other countries except the United States , ” adding that ” the nuclear deal between Iran and the 5 + 1 group of international, lifting the ban on Iran ‘s nuclear program but remained the first ban of Ajribt nuclear negotiations . ”

He stressed ” the need to make efforts to further improve the banking relations between Iran and South Africa following the lifting of the ban , ” adding that ” the energies of the two countries to cooperate economic domain as a very large and that to achieve this it needs to establish banking relations and provide facilities for mutual economic activities so that we are ready to create these conditions . ” and pointed sword to “authenticate law against financing of terrorism , saying he has taken very positive steps in this path . ”




Iraq’s southern oil exports hit record high so far in April


Mon Apr 25, 2016 3:27pm BST

By Alex Lawler

LONDON, April 25 Oil exports from southern Iraq have reached a record monthly rate so far in April as OPEC’s second-largest producer resumes the supply growth that has added downward pressure on prices.

Baghdad had given verbal support to an initiative by OPEC and outside producers to freeze output. But they failed to reach a deal at an April 17 meeting, and rising exports from Iraq as well as other nations including Russia underline the challenges to any further attempt at curbing supply.

Iraq’s southern exports in the first 24 days of April averaged 3.43 million barrels per day (bpd), according to an industry source and loading data tracked by Reuters.

If sustained, that would exceed the record of 3.37 million bpd reached in November.

The increase is in line with figures given earlier in April by an Iraqi official. According to oil trading sources, it partly reflects an easing of delays in the loading of Basra Heavy crude cargoes.

“They finally managed to catch up on the delays,” the industry source said. “I don’t believe anyone is really doing anything about that,” the source added of the effort to freeze output.

The south pumps most of Iraq’s oil. Iraq also exports smaller amounts of crude from the north by pipeline to Turkey.

Northern shipments of crude from fields in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region have risen to 420,000 bpd so far in April, according to loading data, from 327,000 bpd in March.

The shipments have fallen from January’s level of about 600,000 bpd due to pipeline sabotage and a decision by the central government in Baghdad to suspend pumping Kirkuk crude into the line.

Given the drop in northern exports from January’s level, total Iraqi exports this month of 3.85 million bpd are short of a record high.

Iraq was the fastest source of supply growth in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries last year and boosted production by more than 500,000 bpd, despite spending cuts by companies working at the southern fields and conflict with Islamic State militants.

Iraqi officials and oil analysts expect further growth in the country’s exports this year, but at a slower rate than 2015.

I expect “a clear slowdown from strong growth last year”, Commerzbank analyst Carsten Fritsch said. “But no voluntary freeze or even cut.” (Reporting by Alex Lawler; Editing by Dale Hudson)



Law: Abadi, will not attend the parliament tomorrow to split the Council



Since 25/04/2016 19:08 pm (Baghdad time)

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MP for the coalition of state law Jassim Mohammed Jaafar, on Monday, did not attend the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to the parliamentary session scheduled to be held tomorrow, attributing it to a split parliament.

Jafar said L / balance News / “The House of Representatives is divided into two sides by the al-Jubouri, who select tomorrow’s meeting hosted by Abadi and other party protesters who threatened to boycott any session headed by al-Jubouri and Hddo tomorrow’s meeting to vote on the presidency of the new body.”

He added that “there are moves underway to hold a unified parliament session to satisfy both parties are headed by Saadoun al-Dulaimi and where to vote on Jubouri remade to stay or to go for his dismissal,” noting that “the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi would not attend the meeting tomorrow after the division of the parliament.”

The House Speaker Salim al-Jubouri, called on members of parliament to attend Tuesday’s hearing to be held by the Council, stressing that it will be a comprehensive hearing.

The Presidency of the Council of Representatives confirmed, today, that tomorrow’s meeting include in its agenda the host Abadi to discuss the amendment Wazzara.anthy 29



Sadr Arrives in Baghdad


Khandan -ali Naji

We arrived cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, to Baghdad, which is witnessing demonstrations tomorrow Magdy Rady called by Sadr to demand the formation of a government of technocrats.

A source in the Liberal bloc to a reporter, “Khandan” that “Mr. Muqtada al-Sadr arrived today, to Baghdad.”

The source speculated that “al-Sadr take part in the demonstrations, which will be witnessed by Baghdad tomorrow, to demand the formation of a government of technocrats and the elimination of corruption and the quota system.”


Abadi and virtue stress on holding a comprehensive session of parliament and end the state of complete paralysis

History of edits:: 04.25.2016 21:06 • 5 visits readable

[Oan- Baghdad] 

Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi stressed, with a delegation from the Islamic Virtue Party , on the need to resolve the files and an end to the differences in the House of Representatives.

According to a statement of the party received by all of Iraq [where] Nkh it, that “a delegation of the Virtue Party , headed by the Secretary General of the Party Hashem al – Hashemi, met on Monday, Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi, where the parties discussed the political and security to the crisis pass the country.” 

The statement added, ” the two sides stressed the need to resolve the files and an end to the differences in the House of Representatives and the trend to hold a comprehensive and unified session for all the political process , parties and access solutions moderation that ends the state of total paralysis that afflicts the legislative and executive branches that are not commensurate with the size of the security and economic challenges clouding on the Iraqi and regional scene as well . ” . 

he explained that ” the two sides addressed what happens from military confrontations in Salahuddin province , and the need to limit the dispute and to punish the perpetrators of it and join efforts to confront the common enemy of gangs Daash criminal.” 

the head of the House of Representatives Saleem al – Jubouri confirmed today held a comprehensive tomorrow parliamentary session Tuesday and called them all Representatives to the audience where it is scheduled to testify to host Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi to discuss a cabinet reshuffle amid reports protesters Province of Representatives session.


Vice Moatasem: There are full cut to come or not to a session of parliament tomorrow

History of edits:: 04.25.2016 19:48 • 25 visits readable

{Baghdad} Euphrates News National Alliance MP Raad Diamond said, “The House of Representatives of the protesters have no decision so far to come, or whether or not the House of Representatives session on Tuesday.”

Said Diamond told {Euphrates News} Monday, that “so far the deliberations going on , and there was not full attendance cut, or lack thereof to the House of Representatives session for tomorrow , ” noting that “in the coming hours will emerge , all things.” 

And the meeting of the House of Representatives of the protesters yesterday with Saleem al – Jubouri MP said that ” the delegation who attended the meeting did not achieve results”, he underlined that “today there is another meeting with al – Jubouri; to supplement an interview yesterday.” 

According to a statement to the House of Representatives on Monday, he said that “the House of Representatives will be held on Tuesday its meeting It will include a discussion of the dismissal of the Council presidency, hosting the Prime Minister Haider al – Abadi on the subject of the reshuffle. ” Ended h


Parliament Agenda for Tuesday April 26, 2016



The meeting’s agenda No. (25) Tuesday 26 April 2016
April 26, 2016

First, read verses from the Koran.

Second, discuss the issue of the dismissal of the Presidency of the Council.

Third: to host the President of the Council of Ministers on the subject of the reshuffle.

Fourth: report and discuss the draft second amendment to the Law of the Federation of Iraqi Chambers of Commerce Law No. (43) for the year 1989. (Committee of economy and investment ,Finance Committee,Commission and civil society organizations ), (6 items).

Fifth: report and discuss the draft accession of the Republic of Iraq to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships Act of 1973. (Foreign Relations Committee ,The Commission services and reconstruction ,To the Committee on Health and the Environment ). (2 items).

Sixth: The report and discussion of the draft law supporting the doctors. (The Health and Environment Committee ,Legal Committee ). (11 articles).

Seventh: The report and discussion of the bill abolishing the Coalition Provisional Authority Order Act (now defunct) No. 68 of 2004 (Commission on Security and Defense, Legal Committee ). (3 items).

Eighth: The quarterly report of the activities of the Committee of the Regions and governorates not organized in a region.

Ninth: quarterly report of activities The Committee of Religious Endowments and Religious Affairs .


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