The Federal Aviation Organization cancels part of its warning imposed on Iraqi airspace

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The Federal Aviation Organization cancels part of its warning imposed on Iraqi airspace

{Local: Al Furat News} The Ministry of Transport, the General Company for Air Navigation Services, announced today, Friday, the cancellation of part of the air warning imposed by the Federal Aviation Organization (FAA) in 2014 on the airspace during the war on the terrorist ISIS. 

And a statement to the ministry’s media quoted the agency {Al-Furat News}, a copy of it, from the Director of the Air Traffic Management Department, Jassem Abdel Ali, as saying that “after implementing the directives of the Minister of Transport and high coordination with all concerned parties and efforts made to improve the level of navigational services provided and to participate in the numerous meetings and seminars with the organization The International Civil Aviation (ICAO), the Air Transport Association (IATA) and the companies transiting the Iraqi airspace, part of the air warning that had been imposed since 2014 on Iraqi airspace during the war on the terrorist organization ISIS, has been cancelled.

He explained, “Reducing the warning on the Iraqi airspace is a positive step that has clear economic dimensions that lead to an increase in the number of planes transiting Iraqi airspace, and thus raise the revenues of the state’s general budget.”

He pointed out that “the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) today lifted the NOTAM pilots’ declaration regarding the Iraqi airspace, which considered the atmosphere unsafe and dangerous for American airliners and for eight years, it was today replaced by a new declaration that considers the high altitudes from above 32,000 feet as safe and valid altitudes for the passage and transit of companies Aviation”.


The Commission rejects 294 appeals and accepts only one

politicsbreakingElectoral Commissionappeals 2021-10-22 16:02A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The Independent High Electoral Commission announced that it had responded to 294 appeals against the election results out of 295 that were presented today, Friday, to the Board of Commissioners.

The commission said in a statement received by Shafaq News Agency, that it “continued to study the appeals submitted to it and were audited by the relevant department, as 295 appeals were presented to the Board of Commissioners this Friday, and after completing the necessary investigative procedures in light of the evidence and the recommendation submitted, the Board recommended a response of 294 An appeal for various reasons, the most important of which is the absence of the appeal from the evidence or its violation of the provisions of Article 38 / first of the Iraqi Parliament Elections Law in force, as the appellant did not specify the station or center whose results he is appealing against and his request to open all stations of the electoral district or to prove that the announced results match, and these appeals will be sent with the recommendation to the Judicial Commission for Elections to rule on them in accordance with the law.

The council also decided, “to approve the re-counting and manual counting of some contested electoral stations based on the appeal of one of the candidates in Kirkuk governorate, as it was supported by evidence, and the council will present the appropriate recommendation in this regard after completing the procedures for manual counting and sorting.”

And she added, “The counting and counting of votes manually takes place in the presence of representatives of the competing candidates at these stations according to dates, procedures and mechanisms to be determined later and notified before an appropriate period.”

And she continued, “The rest of the appeals will be considered successively, provided that the Commission states the daily position of the appeals in continuous statements in the light of what is being considered daily until they are all completed.”

The Security Council congratulates Iraq on the elections: We look forward to the peaceful formation of an inclusive government

politicsIraqi electionsUN Security Council 2021-10-22 13:11A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The UN Security Council congratulated the Iraqi people and the government on the occasion of the last elections that were held on the tenth of this October, expressing its aspiration for the peaceful formation of an inclusive government.

In a statement seen by Shafak News Agency, the members of the Security Council welcomed; With initial reports that the early elections went smoothly and were distinguished from all the elections that preceded them by important technical and procedural reforms, according to a statement issued by the Security Council.

The members of the Security Council commended the Independent High Electoral Commission for conducting technically sound elections, and the Government of Iraq for its preparations for the elections and for preventing violence on Election Day.

The members of the Security Council commended the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI) for providing technical assistance to the Independent High Electoral Commission and for providing a United Nations team to monitor the election day requested by the Government of Iraq to enhance the electoral process and enhance transparency. 

The members thanked UNAMI for its assistance, and commended the mission for demonstrating objectivity in its efforts to support Iraq during the electoral process, welcoming the efforts of the Independent High Electoral Commission and the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq to enhance women’s political participation.

The statement also welcomed; With the efforts of Member States and other international organizations to monitor the elections, in particular the long-term Electoral Monitoring Mission of the European Union, the League of Arab States, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and others, as well as local organizations.

The members of the Security Council deplored the recent threats of violence against the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq and the staff of the Independent High Electoral Commission, among others.

The members reiterated the UN Secretary-General’s call to all relevant parties to be patient and adhere to the electoral timetable, stressing that any electoral disputes that may arise must be resolved peacefully through the applicable legal methods. 

The members of the Security Council, after ratification of the results, look forward to the peaceful formation of an inclusive government that represents the will of the Iraqi people and their demands for the consolidation of democracy.

The members of the Security Council renewed their support for the Government of Iraq and their commitment to the independence, sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity of Iraq.

They also reiterated their support for the efforts of the Government of Iraq to achieve serious reforms and encourage inclusive political dialogue aimed at meeting the legitimate demands of the Iraqi people to address corruption, provide basic and necessary services, diversify the economy, provide job opportunities, improve governance, and strengthen state institutions to enjoy vitality and responsiveness, according to the statement.

The Commission reveals the date for the completion of the electoral appeals audit

political| 07:46 – 22/10/2021


Special – Mawazine News The
Independent High Electoral Commission revealed, on Friday, the deadline for announcing the results of the appeals submitted to it.
Imad Jamil, a member of the commission’s media team, told Mawazine News that “the relevant committees will finish next week announcing the results of all electoral appeals submitted to them.”
He added, “Yesterday, the committees accepted 181 appeals, only 7 appeals from the governorates of Baghdad, Nineveh, Babylon and Basra, and the stations will be opened and their owners will be informed so that the screening process will be completed in their presence.”
He continued, “The accepted appeals will be transferred to the judicial authority for the elections to take the final decision on them, and on the content of the appeal decisions and clarifications.”
He pointed out that “after announcing the final results of the appeals, all results are transferred to the court for the purpose of ratification,” noting that “the commission is not the decision-maker on the issue of recounting and sorting throughout the country.”

The Governor of the Central Bank meets the head of the Arab Gulf Program for Development.. This is what happened between them

Economie| 06:35 – 10/22/2021


Baghdad – Mawazine News

The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Mustafa Ghaleb Makheef, met on Friday in Riyadh, Prince Abdulaziz bin Talal, head of the Arab Gulf Program for Development, during his visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

A statement by the Central Bank’s media office, a copy of which was received by Mawazine News, stated that Makhrib was accompanied by a delegation from the Iraqi banking sector.
The statement added, “The two parties discussed the importance of joint cooperation and the exchange of experiences between Iraq and Saudi Arabia.”
It is worth mentioning that the Arab Gulf Program for Development (AGFUND) works as a regional development donor organization that supports and encourages innovation in the fields of human development. Ended 29/R77

Khatib from the current: The Sadrists are close to forming a national government

politicsSadristsForming a government 2021-10-22 06:33A-AA+

Shafaq News/ The preacher of the Kufa mosque, Kazem al-Husseini, announced on Friday that the Sadrist movement, which won first place in the parliamentary elections that took place this October, is “close to forming a national government” in Iraq.

Al-Husseini said in the Friday prayer sermon at the Kufa Mosque that “the Sadrists are around the corner from forming a national government that has no importance other than saving Iraq from the clutches of ruin and corruption, and many of them know that.”

He believed that “change for the better is possible if the Sadrist bloc forms the next government, because positive change is impossible with others, and a ruling experience that spanned 18 years attests to this, but unfortunately they still prefer silence, and that many of them are deceived by the media’s extensive propaganda and falsified lies, which let Halim baffled.”