With the document. Central Bank calls on exchange companies in Kurdistan to adapt to its instructions and vows violators


With the document. Central Bank calls on exchange companies in Kurdistan to adapt to its instructions and vows violators
Friday, 13 January 2023



Deputy: There are no political differences regarding the draft budget for 2023

political| 09:32 – 01/13/2023


Baghdad – Mawazine News
, a member of the Government Program Monitoring Committee, Representative Souad Al-Maliki, expected today, Friday, the date for sending the final draft of the budget from the Ministry of Finance to the Council of Ministers in preparation for sending it to Parliament, noting that there are no political differences regarding it.
Al-Maliki said in a televised interview, followed by Mawazine News: “The last draft of the law was completed within the Ministry of Finance and will be sent next week to the Council of Ministers and then to the House of Representatives,” pointing out that “there are no differences between the political forces regarding the contents, and everyone is waiting for a draft to come.” The budget will be sent to parliament after the government votes on it.
She added, “Tomorrow’s session will include taking the constitutional oath for some new deputies, voting for new deputies in the permanent parliamentary committees, presenting the informatics law for the first reading, in addition to amending the paragraphs of the industrial investment law.”
And she continued, “Tomorrow, the first reading of the Communication and Information Crimes Law will also be completed.” Ended 29 / h


Sudanese from Germany: Serious about implementing economic reform

  • Time : 2023/01/13 18:52:20
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Sudanese from Germany: Serious about implementing economic reform


(Political: Euphrates News) Prime Minister Mohamed Shiaa Al-Sudani confirmed on Friday the seriousness of his government in implementing economic reform.

“The relationship between Iraq and Germany is distinct and has seen support for the democratic process in Iraq, as well as military and security support during the war on ISIS,” Al-Sudani said during his joint press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Schultz.

“The presence of the German training advisory team working with the Iraqi security forces is appreciated, and we do not forget the humanitarian and development support provided by Germany in the liberated areas,” he added.

Al-Sudani explained “the vision and priorities of the Iraqi government towards services, alleviating poverty rates, providing jobs, combating corruption and reforming the economy,” stressing his government’s seriousness in “implementing economic reform, and an important aspect of it related to diversifying sources of income.”

Al-Sudani discussed “the introduction of opportunities to invest gas associated with the production of oil, natural gas and investment in the petrochemical sector, which is important to secure job opportunities and secure the needs of Iraq.”

“There are other areas related to cooperation in the field of retrieval of wanted persons and funds, in the government’s anti-corruption campaign and recovery of antiquities, and there is clear support from Germany,” Al-Sudani said.

Al-Sudani touched on “making advantage of the leading German experience in the field of renewable energy and facing the climate change suffered by Iraq, due to water scarcity, its impact on agriculture and the environment and the increase in the rate of desertification.”

He pointed out that “our treatment with the investment of associated gas is part of efforts to address environmental and climate impacts.”

Al-Sudani stressed “the government’s keenness on the approach of our balanced relations externally and regionally, and Iraq’s leading role in bringing views closer, and we appreciate the German government’s support for our government in this context,” noting that “Iraq is an important country in the field of energy, in terms of oil production or in oil and gas storage. Within OPEC, we seek to meet the needs of the global market to ensure the interests of producers and consumers.”

“There are companies implementing the largest port in the Middle East, the large port of FAO. And there are companies we negotiated with to build railways and gas pipelines from the port to Turkey and Europe.”

He explained that “there is an understanding with Siemens in the field of training and raising the efficiency of workers, in order to create an industry capable of securing the requirements of electrical power transmission operations and projects, and providing job opportunities.”

In the health sector, Al-Sudani pointed out that “we have hospitals under opening, some of which are under completion soon. It will be the first business of international companies entering the health sector.”

He continued: “We are waiting for companies to come to Baghdad, and to see on the ground opportunities in the agriculture, industry and education sectors.”

Al-Sudani praised “German military and security support for Iraq in its war against ISIS, and we confirm that its security services in their entirety are capable of deterring terrorism, and have reached a stage of readiness to maintain security throughout the country.”

“Iraq today does not need combat forces, what exists is an advisory team for training and information support,” he added.

He concluded that “the presence of the teams of advisers of the international coalition is currently under review by the security services, to determine professionally and technically the size of training missions, the quality of tasks, and the duration needed by the security forces to be able to develop their capabilities.”


Al-Sudani confirms the government’s determination to provide funds for the implementation of the memorandum of understanding with Siemens

political| 07:42 – 01/13/2023


Baghdad – Mawazine News
, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani confirmed today, Friday, that the necessary funds will be provided to implement the memorandum of understanding with Siemens.

The media office of the Prime Minister said in a statement received by Mawazine News, that “Al-Sudani received this evening, Friday, at his residence in the capital, Berlin, the CEO of the German energy company Siemens, Christian Bruch.”

He added, “The meeting discussed mechanisms for cooperation with Siemens in developing the electricity sector, and removing all obstacles that were facing its work in Iraq.”

The Prime Minister affirmed, according to the statement, “the government’s determination to provide the necessary funds to implement the memorandum of understanding signed with Siemens on the ground.”

The statement indicated that “the meeting was attended by the Minister of Electricity, the advisor to the prime minister, the vice president and official in the Middle East of Siemens, and the director of the company’s executive branch in Iraq.”


German Chancellor: We hope Iraq will be a partner in the supply of gas. Sudani: We seek to meet the needs of the global market

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German Chancellor: We hope Iraq will be a partner in the supply of gas. Sudani: We seek to meet the needs of the global market


Sudani: Today’s meeting establishes a strategic relationship. German Chancellor: We want to diversify the economy with Iraq

  • Time : 2023/01/13 16:22:44
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Sudani: Today's meeting establishes a strategic relationship. German Chancellor: We want to diversify the economy with Iraq


Joint press conference of Prime Minister Mohamed Shiaa Al-Sudani and German Chancellor Olaf Schultz

Sudani: Today’s meeting establishes strategic relationship with Germany

Sudani: Germany provided military support to Iraq in its war against ISIS terrorist

Sudani: Germany also provided development support to Iraq

Al-Sudani: We have held a series of meetings and meetings since yesterday

Sudani: Government program set priorities, including combating corruption and providing job opportunities

Sudani: We discussed offering opportunities to invest in associated gas

Al-Sudani: We have a successful experience with Siemens and explained our desire for other investment companies to enter Iraq

German Chancellor: We agreed on a work program with Prime Minister Mohamed Shiaa al-Sudani

German Chancellor: There is a long-term partnership between SMENS and the Iraqi Ministry of Electricity

German Chancellor: We want to diversify the economy with Iraq

German Chancellor: Iraq is a country affected by climate change

German chancellor: Reliance on renewable energy must be increased

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Siemens: We plan to expand cooperation with Iraq with projects exceeding 6 gigawatts

economy| ? 01:25 – 13/01/2023


Baghdad – Mawazine News
Siemens plans to expand its cooperation with Iraq by developing projects with a capacity of more than six gigawatts in the next five years.
A Siemens Energy spokesman told Reuters that this would include, among other things, the construction of power plants as well as the development of the renewable energy sector and the stabilization of the power grid.
The spokesman added that the company’s CEO Christian Bruch plans to sign a memorandum of understanding on those plans with Iraq’s electricity minister okate on Friday.
“Having a reliable energy source is the foundation for a stable society,” Bruch told Reuters. Supplying large parts of an entire country with electricity is therefore one of our company’s most important tasks.”
The company will work to ensure this is achieved as quickly as possible with its partners in Iraq, he said.
The current roadmap is linked to the 2019 agreement, which includes projects with more than 2023 GW, the company said.
Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammad Shiaa al-Sudani will visit Berlin on Friday with a high-level delegation, where he is scheduled to meet with German Chancellor Olaf Schultz. Finished29/h


Sudanese and German president discuss mechanisms to develop mutual cooperation in various fields

political| :00 :00 12:02 – 13/01/2023


Baghdad – Mawazine News
Prime Minister Mohamed Shia al-Sudani discussed with German President Frank Stemayer on Friday mechanisms of mutual cooperation between the two countries, including the economy and energy.
A statement from the Sudanese office received by Mawazine News said that the latter met today with the President of the Federal Republic of Germany Frank-Walter Steinmeier during his official visit to Germany, which arrived on Thursday.
The statement added that “the meeting dealt with the overall bilateral relations between the two countries and ways to consolidate them, as well as discussing a number of regional and international issues of common interest.”
He continued, “The meeting witnessed a discussion of the mechanisms of mutual cooperation between the two friendly countries, and ways to develop and expand it in various fields of economy and energy, which contributes to enhancing the interests of the two countries and the prosperity of their peoples.” Finished29/h