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Shafaq News/ The spokesman for the International Coalition, Colonel Wayne Maroto, stated on Monday that the American forces were subjected to a missile attack in Syria.
“US forces in Syria were attacked with multiple missiles at 7:44 pm local time,” Maroto said in a tweet on Twitter.
He added, “There are no casualties and damage is being assessed,” adding, “We will provide updates when we have more information.”
Initial report: At approx. 7:44 PM local time, US Forces in Syria were attacked by multiple rockets. There are no injuries and damage is being assessed. We will provide updates when we have more information.— OIR Spokesman Col. Wayne Marotto (@OIRSpox)
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights had reported that “several artillery shells fell in the Al-Omar oil field and the field’s residences in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, where the US forces take it as a military base.”
He added that “the bombing led to material losses and the burning of cars that were in the targeted location, without information about human losses so far.”
And the observatory quoted sources as saying that “the Iranian militias in the western Euphrates region targeted the American base from its positions in the countryside of Deir ez-Zor.”
The observatory also reported that “explosions resounded in the city of Al-Mayadin, which is under the influence of the Iranian forces in the countryside of Deir ez-Zor, coinciding with the flight of international coalition aircraft over the area.”
He added, “It is not known yet whether the explosions were caused by the bombing of aircraft or by missiles fired by the American base in the Al-Omar oil field.”
SOHR sources monitored “the withdrawal of Iranian militias from the areas from which they were bombed, south of the city of Al-Mayadin and their redeployment in residential neighborhoods inside the city.”
These developments come hours after a US air strike caused 4 casualties from the Sayyid al-Shuhada Brigades of the Popular Mobilization, on the Iraqi-Syrian border.
Shafaq News/ On Monday, the US State Department described the tripartite summit between Iraq, Egypt and Jordan as an “important step” to strengthen economic and security relations and regional stability.
“The United States welcomes the historic visit of the President of Egypt and the King of Jordan to Baghdad,” the ministry said in a statement seen by Shafak News Agency.
“This visit is an important step in strengthening regional economic and security relations between Iraq, Egypt and Jordan and advancing regional stability,” she added.
Yesterday, Sunday, the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, witnessed a tripartite summit that brought together Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and Jordanian King Abdullah II, where they discussed a number of important common issues politically, economically, security and regionally.
Shafaq News / The Popular Mobilization Forces directed their fans to be present near the two-storey bridge in Jadiriyah, in the center of the capital, Baghdad, tomorrow morning, Tuesday.
This action comes a day after US warplanes launched an air strike on three brigade sites in the Popular Mobilization, in Al-Qaim, western Anbar Governorate, killing 4 of its members.
In a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, the Popular Mobilization Authority stated that “it will hold an official funeral for the martyrs of the 14th Brigade Forces in the Hashd who rose as a result of the treacherous American bombing, west of Anbar.”
The authority called on all the masses to “be present tomorrow, Tuesday, near the two-storey bridge in central Baghdad,” stressing that “the gathering will start at half past eight in the morning.”
A security source had informed Shafak News Agency; At dawn on Monday, the American bombing targeted sectors of the Sayyid Al-Shuhada Brigades, which are affiliated with the Popular Mobilization Forces, killing 4 members and wounding an unknown number.
Deputy Speaker of Parliament Bashir Khalil Al-Haddad welcomed, on Monday, the convening of the tripartite cooperation summit in the capital, Baghdad, which brought together Iraq, Egypt and Jordan. In a statement received by Mawazine News, Al-Haddad indicated that the historic visit of President Abdel-Fattah Al-Sisi and the arrival of His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein to the land of Mesopotamia, at this particular stage, come within the framework of what has been achieved from previous summits and building a partnership at the highest levels between the three influential countries. and assessing coordination mechanisms to face challenges in the region and the Middle East He continued, “Baghdad’s hosting of the tripartite summit is a positive sign that confirms the importance of Iraq’s leading and pivotal role in the region, and it is a good opportunity to discuss and discuss files and issues of common interest, implement strategic projects that combine Cairo, Baghdad and Amman, and enable the building of solid and balanced foundations among the brotherly countries that connect us.” They have historical relations.” Al-Haddad stressed the need to expand the volume of security and military cooperation to eliminate terrorism, as well as economic and cultural cooperation, and the health aspect, especially the Corona pandemic, and to support efforts and efforts to ensure security and stability and reduce security and military tension throughout the region. Ended 29/ 77
Today, Monday, Minister of Finance, Ali Abdul-Amir Allawi, explained the positives of the decision to devalue the national currency on the national economy, while the head of the National Prestige for Investment, Suha Al-Najjar, confirmed that she is supportive of investment efforts that want to enter the Iraqi labor market.
This came during the influential organized by Frontier Exchange International, followed by the “National News Center”, where the conference was opened by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Ali Abdul-Amir Allawi, who spoke about “the Iraqi economy and the kinks that the country suffers from that have been rooted for some time, and the importance of moving towards the right directions.” He referred to the “positives of the decision to devalue the national currency on the national economy.”
He stated, “The importance of the white paper and the mechanisms it came with that we can consider as a prescription for the diseases of the national economy.”
For her part, head of the National Prestige for Investment, Suha Al-Najjar, said that “investment is an absolute necessity to develop the reality of the national economy and move it to a better stage,” noting that “the commission is supportive of investment efforts that want to enter the Iraqi labor market.”
While the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the International Development Bank, Ziad Khalaf, said, “The issue of the reconstruction of Iraq began to be planned immediately after the end of the war, as the first preparatory meeting was held in New York, during which the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund and the Iraqi side identified the main sectors involved in reconstruction, including education. Health, transportation, transportation and electricity, in addition to many other international conferences devoted to reconstruction, which were held in Japan, China, Spain, Belgium, Egypt, Kuwait and other Arab countries, leading to the white paper recently approved by the Iraqi Council of Ministers, in its first parts. And the second, which constitutes an ambitious economic reform program for a period of 3-5 years, as this white paper was officially supported by the (International Iraq Contact Group IECG), which includes the seven countries 7G, the European Union, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund.”
Khalaf cautioned that “this international group will have a direct role in the institutional governance of this white paper and the implementation of its 64 strategic projects, as the white paper identified with unprecedented clarity the roots of structural problems in the Iraqi economy, and recognized that the most important of these problems is the expansion of the state’s role in managing the Iraqi economy. Which caused great damage to the private sector and reduced a cycle in the development process, in addition to other structural problems, including the rentier economy methodology, almost free services for electricity and water, population pressures and the state employee’s salary bill.”
He added, “According to estimates issued by the joint report of the World Bank and the United Nations and a number of independent Iraqi experts, Iraq needs between 88 and 100 billion dollars to implement reconstruction projects, and in our opinion, representatives of part of the national economy, whatever the cost we are able to bear, because we have Huge potentials of financial, material and human resources, but we failed to invest or exploit these capabilities properly. We believe that Iraq is able to finance development if there is a conscious management of the economy.”
Khalaf explained that “the responsibility for rebuilding the state is the responsibility of both the public and private sectors,” noting, “I am interested here to address the banking aspect and its role in the process of rebuilding Iraq, as you know, the Iraqi banking sector always constitutes one of the main levers to support the Iraqi economy.”
He extended his greetings to the Central Bank of Iraq and Governor Mustafa Ghaleb, and to all Iraqi banking leaders, who efficiently faced local challenges, and contributed to strengthening and supporting the national economy and sustainable development.
He pointed out that “the International Development Bank, which had an active and positive contribution to the process of rebuilding Iraq by financing a wide range of huge projects in various economic sectors, as the volume of monetary and non-cash credit financing provided by the Iraqi public and private banking sector for major projects and companies and to The housing sector and small and medium-sized companies exceeded $30 billion, of which the share of private banks was about 28%, and we in the International Development Bank had an active role in these financing operations, playing a prominent role in launching the principles of financial inclusion to achieve one of the goals of sustainable development and work to transform Iraq To a country less dependent on cash and switching to electronic payment operations, which contributed to raising the efficiency of the banking sector’s performance, and to achieving the optimal monetary policy in Iraq.”
Khalaf stressed that “our sponsorship of this conference confirms our interest in the reconstruction process of Iraq and a sense of our national responsibility and duty in this context, as we were keen to continue investing in human capital and infrastructure, applying the best available banking industry techniques, and providing the latest electronic banking services to individuals and Companies with high quality and widely. Our interest was not only limited to the banking aspect, but we had a broad strategic vision for the future, as we worked to establish a group of different institutions such as insurance, contracting, industry, investment, real estate development and information technology.”
And he continued, as part of the (duty) of national responsibility, “I appeal to all distinguished Iraqi businessmen at home and abroad to participate in the development of the private sector to enable it to assume an important role in the responsibility of reconstruction and to play a greater role in the economic arena and to supply the necessary supplies for everything the country needs, to reflect The real potential in Iraqi society and the attraction of national immigrant capabilities to rebuild the country.
For his part, the representative of Frontier Exchange, Ahmed Al-Jader, stressed that “the volume of international participation in the conference by major international companies reflects the importance of the Iraqi market for international companies, as it is keen to be present in the economic forums organized inside Iraq.”“National
BAGHDAD – Mawazine News : US Secretary of State Antonio Blinken commented, on Monday, on the air strike carried out by his country targeting the Popular Mobilization Forces in Iraq. And the US Secretary of State said: “We have taken necessary and deliberate action with air strikes in Iraq with the aim of reducing the risk of escalation.” He added, “I think that the air strikes send an important and strong message to the Iranian-backed factions,” according to his description. Ended 29 / h
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Al-Rafidain Bank announced, on Monday, easy instructions regarding granting car loans in a number of its branches in Baghdad and the governorates without a guarantor .The bank’s media office said in a statement, that the instructions for car loans for employees whose salaries are domiciled with the bank exclusively and who are holders of a MasterCard stipulate that the employee’s salary is the only guarantee and insurance against reluctance to pay, provided that the employee also submits a letter of continuity of functional service .He added that “for citizens, retirees and non-national employees whose salaries are owed to the bank, they must provide a sponsor for an employee who continues to serve on the permanent owners, and that 50 percent of his salary covers the value of the installment with interest.”
Baghdad – Mawazine News , the spokesman for the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Major General Yahya Rasoul, announced on Monday the government’s condemnation of the US air attack that targeted a site on the Iraqi-Syrian border last night. Major General Rasoul said, in a statement received by Mawazine News, that “this attack represents a blatant and unacceptable violation of Iraqi sovereignty and Iraqi national security in accordance with all international covenants.” He added, “Iraq renews its refusal to be an arena for settling accounts and adheres to its right to sovereignty over its lands, and to prevent its use as an arena for reactions and attacks,” calling for “calm down and avoiding escalation in all its forms.” The spokesman for the Commander in Chief confirmed that “Iraq will carry out the necessary investigations, procedures and communications at various levels to prevent such violations.” Ended 29/A 4