Al-Kazemi at the end of his visit to Italy: Aspiration for peace and coexistence and standing against extremism in all its forms اشكال

2021/07/02 23:44

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Baghdad / Obelisk: Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi concluded, on Friday, July 2, 2021, his visit to the Italian capital, Rome.  
The Prime Minister’s media office said in a statement received by “The Obelisk” that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi concludes his visit to the Italian capital, Rome, and returns home.  
On Friday, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi met Pope Francis, stressing that the Iraqi government is committed to establishing Christians and other minorities in their lands.  
Al-Kazemi expressed, according to a statement by his media office, his thanks to His Holiness the Pope for the warm welcome and reception, praising “the Pope’s historic visit to Iraq, and the messages it contained in support of Iraq and affirmed the unity of humanity in the aspiration for peace and coexistence and standing against extremism in all its forms.”    
Al-Kazemi affirmed the Iraqi government’s commitment to work to consolidate Iraqi Christians and other minorities in their lands as an essential part of the fabric of their societies, and to facilitate the return of the displaced and immigrants from them to their areas of origin, as well as to work to urge the Iraqi church authorities to activate their humanitarian activities, especially educational and health, and provide all the required assistance to them.    
Al-Kazemi indicated that the government is proceeding to rebuild the ancient churches that were destroyed by ISIS terrorist gangs, in addition to the government’s serious efforts to rebuild the city of Ur due to its historical importance, and to be prepared to receive Christian delegations to the city, and between the importance of taking measures and providing the necessary facilities to group tourist and religious groups into the city of Ur. archaeological.    
His Holiness Pope Francis I welcomed Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and his accompanying delegation, stressing the importance of strengthening peace efforts in the region, in a way that achieves the prosperity and stability of peoples.    

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Al-Kazemi concludes his visit to the Italian capital, Rome, and returns home

political| 11:10 – 02/07/2021

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Baghdad – Mawazine News

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi concluded his visit to the Italian capital, Rome, and returned home.
And the Prime Minister’s media office said in a statement received by Mawazine News, a copy of it, that “Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi concludes his visit to the Italian capital, Rome, and returns home.”
It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi conducted a European tour last Tuesday, which included Belgium and Italy. Ended 29/A87

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A slight decrease in the exchange rates of the dollar in the Iraqi market

2021.07.02 – 14:53
A slight decrease in the exchange rates of the dollar in the Iraqi market

Baghdad – people   

“Nass” publishes the exchange rates of the dollar in the local markets for Friday, July 2, 2021, according to the monitoring of specialists.   

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Baghdad – Kifah Stock Exchange  
147,100  

In most Baghdad exchanges  


Buy 146,500 
Sell ​​147,500  

The exchange rates for yesterday (July 1, 2021) were as follows:    

Baghdad – the stock exchange    

147,250    

….    

Exchange rate (approximate)    

146,750    

147,750    

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Basra – Bursa    

147,300    

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Erbil – Bursa    

147,500    

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Mosul – Bursa    

147,500

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Al-Kazemi meets Pope Francis

political| 04:30 – 02/07/2021

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Baghdad – Mawazine News
, Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi met, on Friday, with His Holiness Pope Francis.
And the Prime Minister’s office stated in a statement that “Mawazine News” received a copy of it, that Al-Kazemi expressed his thanks to His Holiness the Pope for the warm welcome and reception, and praised the Pope’s historic visit to Iraq, and the messages it contained in support of the country, and emphasized the unity of humanity in aspiration for peace and coexistence and standing in the face of Extremism in all its forms.
The statement confirmed, that Al-Kazemi indicated the Iraqi government’s commitment to work to consolidate Iraqi Christians and other minorities in their lands as an essential part of the fabric of their societies, and to facilitate the return of the displaced and immigrants from them to their areas of origin, as well as work to urge the Iraqi church authorities to activate their humanitarian activities, especially educational and health, and provide All the help she needs.
He added that Al-Kazemi made it clear to the Pope that the government is going to reconstruct the ancient churches that were destroyed by the terrorist gangs of ISIS, in addition to the government’s serious efforts to reconstruct the city of Ur due to its historical importance, and to be prepared to receive Christian delegations to the city, and between the importance of taking measures and providing the necessary facilities to group tourist and religious groups to the ancient city of Ur.
For his part, His Holiness Pope Francis I welcomed Mr. Al-Kazemi and his accompanying delegation, stressing the importance of strengthening peace efforts in the region, in a way that achieves prosperity and stability for peoples.
Al-Kazemi also met with the Prime Minister of the Vatican State, Cardinal Pietro Parolin.
During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations, enhancing cooperation and joint coordination to facilitate the grouping of tourist and religious groups to the historic city of Ur. His Excellency renewed the call for the Supreme Permanent Dialogue Committee between Iraq and the Vatican to hold its third meeting in Baghdad this year. Ended 29/R77

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Al-Kazemi meets the Italian Prime Minister in Rome

2021.07.02 – 14:54
Al-Kazemi meets the Italian Prime Minister in Rome

Baghdad – people  

On Friday, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi accepted the invitation of Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to visit the capital, Baghdad, while praising the role of the Iraqi government in calming the region.  

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A statement by the media office of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, a copy of which was received by “Nas”, said (July 2, 2021), that “Al-Kazemi met today / the Italian Prime Minister, Mr. Mario Draghi in the Italian capital, Rome.”  

According to the statement, Al-Kazemi expressed his “appreciation for the Italian role within the international coalition to combat ISIS terrorist gangs and the support provided to the Iraqi forces in this aspect, and indicated that Iraq is looking forward to a greater role for Italy during the next stage.”  

He explained that “Iraq is willing to expand military cooperation with Italy, including the aspect of training and work development in the field of combating organized crime and prosecuting money smuggling and other prohibited activities, and to benefit from its experience in this field.”  

He said that “Iraq welcomes a greater role for Italian companies and investments in Iraq, especially in the field of infrastructure, and the acceleration of the ongoing consultations for the railway extension project (Basra – Turkey) linking to the port of Faw.”  

He also welcomed “the development of cooperation with the Italian side in the field of dam maintenance, oil and energy, academia, tourism and antiquities, as well as Iraq’s desire to activate direct air transport between Baghdad and Rome.”  

Al-Kazemi extended an invitation to the Italian Prime Minister to visit Baghdad, and Mr. Mario Draghi welcomed the invitation and promised to meet it as soon as possible.  

Draghi expressed his “happiness with the visit of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi to Rome and their support for Iraq with all it needs in terms of investment, reconstruction, training and other sectors.”  

He praised “the role of the current Iraqi government headed by Mr. Al-Kazemi in restoring Iraq’s international relations and its great efforts to calm the region.”  

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Al-Kazemi to his Italian counterpart: Iraq wants to expand military cooperation

politicsItalyAl-Kazemi 2021-07-02 07:21A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The Iraqi Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi, expressed on Friday his country’s desire to expand military cooperation with Italy.

This came during his meeting with his Italian counterpart Mario Draghi in the Italian capital, Rome, according to a statement issued by Al-Kazemi’s office received by Shafaq News Agency.

Al-Kazemi expressed his “appreciation for the Italian role within the international coalition to fight ISIS terrorist gangs and the support provided to the Iraqi forces in this aspect,” and indicated that “Iraq is looking forward to a greater role for Italy during the next stage.”

He explained that “Iraq is willing to expand military cooperation with Italy, including the aspect of training and work development in the field of combating organized crime and prosecuting money smuggling and other prohibited activities, and to benefit from its experience in this field.”

Al-Kazemi said that “Iraq welcomes a greater role for Italian companies and investments in Iraq, especially in the field of infrastructure, and the acceleration of the ongoing consultations for the (Basra-Turkey) railway project linking the Faw port.”

He also welcomed “the development of cooperation with the Italian side in the field of dam maintenance, oil and energy, academia, tourism and antiquities, as well as Iraq’s desire to activate direct air transport between Baghdad and Rome.” 

Al-Kazemi invited the Italian Prime Minister to visit Baghdad, and Mario Draghi welcomed the invitation and promised to meet it as soon as possible.

Draghi, for his part, expressed Rome’s support for Iraq with all it needs in terms of investment, reconstruction, training and other sectors.

He praised the role of the Iraqi government in restoring Iraq’s international relations and its great efforts to calm the region.

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Discussions between the Iraqi Minister of Finance and the Secretary General of the International Customs Organization

2021.07.02 – 14:26
Discussions between the Iraqi Minister of Finance and the Secretary General of the International Customs Organization

Baghdad – people  

The Minister of Finance, Ali Abdul Amir Allawi, discussed with the Secretary-General of the International Customs Organization the development of the work of the Iraqi customs.  

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And the ministry stated in a statement, that “Nass” received a copy of it, (July 2, 2021), that “on the sidelines of Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi’s tour of the European Union, and with the aim of strengthening cooperation between Iraq and the international community, Finance Minister Ali Abdul-Amir Allawi met yesterday, Thursday, 7/2021. /1, by the Secretary General of the World Customs Organization, Mr. Kunio Mikuriya.  

The statement added that “during the meeting, they discussed ways and mechanisms to raise the level of cooperation between the International Customs Organization and Iraqi customs.”  

The statement indicated that “during the meeting, the minister reviewed plans to develop customs work in Iraq according to the latest programs and efforts made in order to keep pace with the latest findings of global customs regulations, which recently resulted in Iraq signing a contract for the (ASYCUDA) system for automating customs work with the United Nations Organization for Trade and Development.” .  

Mikuriya praised “Finance Minister Allawi’s vision and efforts related to developing and reforming the customs system in Iraq, similar to the rest of the developed countries.

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Electricity reveals the reasons for the collapse of the energy system in the country

Baghdad / Obelisk: The Ministry of Electricity revealed, on Friday, July 2, 2021, the reason for the collapse of the country’s energy system, while confirming that the generation stations have resumed work.  

   The ministry’s spokesman, Ahmed Musa al-Abadi, said in an interview with local media that the firefighting occurred because the main generating stations in the provinces were out of service in Baghdad, Basra, Babil, Najaf, Dhi Qar, Maysan, Karbala, Diwaniyah, Muthanna and Diyala.  

Al-Abadi added, that this caused a firefighting in the mentioned governorates and the rest of the associated governorates, indicating that maintenance teams have been trying since the late hours of the night to restore the carrier lines to work.  

The spokesman confirmed that the electric power has begun to gradually return in several areas inside Baghdad, after a general shutdown that lasted more than 7 hours, explaining that “the electric current has returned in the areas of Zayouna, Cairo, Ghazaliya, Al-Qurayat, Al-Shaab, Al-Mansour, Al-Kadhimiya and Al-Dora.  

Al-Abadi indicated that electricity will gradually return to other regions, with production increasing in the coming hours, reaching the level before the extinguishing, with a capacity of more than 19,000 megawatts, noting that “the generation plants in Iraq have begun to return to the total production from the national grid. It has so far recovered 400 megawatts.  

And the ministry’s spokesman indicated that work is continuing at an increasing pace to restore the 400 kilovolt Musayyib line – south of Baghdad, after it was exposed to a technical defect, explaining that the line is “one of the main feeders of the capital.”  

Al-Abadi also pointed out that energy transmission towers were exposed to new terrorist operations, which also contributed to the crisis, as the towers are connected to power plants, which means wasting energy directed to the governorates.  

Al-Abadi concluded by saying that the ministry is aware of its responsibility towards the Iraqi people and is working with all its capabilities to provide processing hours that cover the needs of Baghdad and the provinces.

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