Friday, 22 July 2011
Called the National Alliance MP Abdul Ilah Naieli government to internationalize the issue of the port of Mubarak in the event of failure of the negotiations with the Kuwaiti side said Naieli that the Kuwaiti side did not show any flexibility in the negotiations around the port of Mubarak, and in the absence of a common language between the parties, the government of Iraq to resort to United Nations and the Security Council and the internationalization of the issue.
Archive for July 22, 2011
Tags: Hosni Mubarak, Iraq, Iraqi people, kuwait, National Assembly of Kuwait, Politics of Iraq, United Nations Security Council, United States
Friday, 22 July 2011
Tags: Bani Khalid, Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter, iran, Iraq, kuwait, Member of Parliament, Politics of Iraq, United States
July 22 2011
Called Iraqi MP white high Nassif on the government to commit American forces to the implementation of their obligations under the security agreement signed with Iraq in the event of a consensus to extend the survival of these forces. And said in a statement today… that Americans are bound according to the security agreement the liberation of Iraq from Chapter VII
And enable him to regain full sovereignty and rehabilitation of its armed forces and make them able to maintain its external borders from any attacks or outside interference. She added that the Iraqi scene today is full implications of which about an enormous, there is a bombing of Iran on the border villages and bypass Iran is to cut the waters of the Lalonde for the province Diyala and exceeded quotas on Turkish Iraq’s water, in addition to the issue of port Mubarak as the most serious international crisis, Iraqi
Tags: alsumaria, Baghdad, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, middle east, Speaker (politics), United States, United States House of Representatives
Friday, July 22, 2011 12:07 GMT
Iraqi Parliament Speaker Ousama Al Nujaifi believes the Iraqi government and people are bound before the international community to prove Iraq as an active country and contributor to progress, peace and stability in the region and the world, he said.
National reconciliation project will remain still until bold decisions are taken, Al Nujaifi argued. Iraqi Speaker said he was concerned however by the political crisis in the region, a source told Alsumaria.
Tags: Arab League, Arab Parliament, Iraq, Iraqi government, kuwait, Kuwait University, Musallam Al-Barrak, Politics of Iraq
Published Date: July 22, 2011
KUWAIT: A Member of the Al-Iraqiya Coalition headed by former Iraqi PM Eyad Allawi, MP Hasan Al-Jabbour said yesterday that Iraq has “become a sitting duck for regional countries because of its divisions and disagreements within political blocs.” He added that Iraqi political blocs and their leaders had never agreed on any views or ideas since the government was formed.
This gives great opportunity for interference in Iraq’s domestic and foreign affairs,” he said pointing out that Kuwait decided to take advantage of such weakness and division by building Mubarak port and violating Iraqi borders. Furthermore, Al-Jabbour urged both the Iraqi government and political blocs to file a complaint with the UN to put an end to Kuwait’s violations.
Tags: Gulf War, Iraq, kuwait, Kuwaiti, Prime Minister of Iraq, United Nation, United Nations Secretary General, United Nations Security Council
All begins with UN Resolution 833
The UN commissioned a panel called United Nations Iraq-Kuwait Observation Mission or UNIKOM.
UNIKOM was established shortly after the first Gulf War to help normalize the conditions between Iraq and Kuwait. Part of the reason for the war in the first place dealt with the defining of the borders and oil, etc. Therefore it was UNIKOM’s mission to create a DMZ or demilitarized zone and establish normalcy.
Tags: Baghdad, Barrel (unit), Iraq, middle east, Oil reserves, Politics of Iraq, Saddam Hussein, Transparency International
Baghdad, July 22 (Rn) – Iraq on Friday announced the establishment of the “coalition of the Extractive Industries Transparency” in an attempt to control the oil, gas and mining in the country.
Iraq seeks to modernize the economy devastated by years of wars and international sanctions and violence, but relies heavily on foreign giants to help him in ages.
Iraq signed a series of oil agreements with major companies through which tries to increase its oil production to four times its current size.
Tags: Baghdad, Beijing, China, Iraq, List of companies of the People's Republic of China, Nouri al-Maliki, Politics of Iraq, United States Congress Joint Economic Committee
Baghdad, July 22 (Rn) – An adviser in the Iraqi government on Friday announced the signing of Baghdad and Beijing signed an agreement to raise the volume of bilateral trade to $ 10 billion from 6 billion now.
Salam al-Quraishi, a Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “Iraq agreed with China on expanding commercial and industrial enterprises to raise their bilateral trade to 10 billion dollars and the formation of a joint committee to achieve this purpose.”
The estimated volume of trade exchange between the two countries is currently $ 6 billion annually.
Tags: Council of Representatives of Iraq, Iraq, iraqi list, Iraqi security forces, Jalal Talabani, Muqtada al-Sadr, Nouri al-Maliki, United States
Shabandar: Maliki will submit his report soon and the security position of U.S. forces from the responsibility of the blocs and the parliament
Alsumaria News / Baghdad accused the coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, on Friday, some of the political blocs to evade the responsibility of the decision to stay or the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq, as pointed out near the Prime Minister’s report to describe the security situation in the country, he stressed that the decision withdrawal or extension is the responsibility of the blocks and the Council of Ministers and House of Representatives a report that al-Maliki.
A member of a coalition of state law Izzat Shabandar in an interview for “Alsumaria News”, “There is an attempt by some of the blocks to avoid their responsibility to take the decision to extend or withdraw the U.S. to throw in the courtyard of the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, “stressing that the latter” will not shirk from giving a precise description of the security situation on the level of internal and external, but the decision to this characterization borne by the political blocs. “
Economic analyst accuses the government of hindering the work of private banks and the decision to withdraw the government deposits ofPosted: July 22, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: bank, Central Bank of Iraq, Economy of Iraq, Iraq, Iraqi government, List of banks in Iraq, Politics of Iraq, United States dollar
Baghdad (IBA) follow-up to economic analyst, said Sadiq Al-Rikabi, that the Iraqi banks without funds and has been unable to cover the bank guarantees and investment incentives provided by the Iraqi government to foreign investors. He accused the government of hindering the work of Iraqi banks the ability to work and project finance, criticizing withdrawing money from banks and the Iraqi market liquidity.
The newspaper quoted Emirates on yesterday, Thursday, al-rekabi “ that those who follow it from the amount of money that have taken place recently by the government and of the financing of infrastructure projects ”. “ Said the Iraqi government has declared on last June 12 of this year, it agreed to add $927 million to supplementary budget to carry out some infrastructure projects on electricity this year, 2011, as well as the International Monetary Fund agreed in February 2010 to give Iraq a loan of 3,7 billion dollars spent on payments over a two-year period ”.
Tags: Business and Economy, Central Bank of Iraq, Economic, Economy of Iraq, Iraq, Iraqi dinar, middle east, Politics of Iraq
Economic analyst called the use of international firms to develop plans and strategies to rebuild Iraq and to the national economy.
Latif said Abdul Salem in a press statement today: It is possible to help foreign companies and international advanced to develop plans and strategies in order to contribute to the reconstruction of the country and the Iraqi economy, noting that administrative red tape is no reason why the Iraqi mentality.
Tags: Hosni Mubarak, iran, Iraq, kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Umm Qasr, United Nation, United States
Thursday, 21 July 2011
Iraqi foreign minister, Hoshiar Zibari, has dismissed demands by members of parliament to withdraw the country’s ambassadors from Kuwait, Iran and the United States as attempts to damage Iraq’s regional and international relations.
In an interview with Al Arabiya TV to be aired on Friday at 7:30 p.m. KSA time (4:30 p.m. GMT) Mr. Zibari said the appropriate way to settle conflicts with other countries is through dialogue.
Tags: Arbil, Ayad Allawi, Iraq, iraqi list, Jalal Talabani, Massoud Barzani, Nouri al-Maliki, Political coalition
Friday, July 22, 2011 13:30
Deputy for the Iraqi List for the presence of Iyad Allawi, head of the list the next meeting of the political blocs.
The MP said Hussein al-Shaalan told all of Iraq [where] on Friday said: “Allawi personally attend the meetings of the political blocs that are slated for next week at the headquarters of the Presidency of the Republic under the auspices of President Jalal Talabani.”
Tags: Asian Development Bank, Balance of trade, Currency, exchange rate, Foreign exchange reserves, State Bank of Vietnam, Vietnam, Vietnamese đồng
VietFinanceNews.com – Vietnam, which is battling high inflation and other economic problems, has added nearly $4 billion this year to its foreign reserves, a government report on Thursday said.
The State Bank of Vietnam will further increase reserves by the end of 2011, the report to the National Assembly by Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Sinh Hung said, without giving the current level of reserves.
According to the Asian Development Bank, Vietnam’s foreign reserves were $12.4 billion at the end of 2010.
In recent years, Vietnam’s reserves have declined.
State of Law MP: Reveals meeting of the political leaders will occur sometime during the next few daysPosted: July 22, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Arbil, Ayad Allawi, iraqi list, Jalal Talabani, Massoud Barzani, National security, Nouri al-Maliki, Political coalition
Thursday July 21, 2011
A leading figure in a coalition of state law, led by Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki on Thursday for a final meeting between the leaders of political blocs in the house of President Jalal Talabani, during the next few days to resolve a policy board.
Riad Ghraib, said in a press statement that “the leaders of political blocs will meet again at the home of President Jalal Talabani during the next few days to resolve a Council strategic policies.”
Tags: Government, Maliki, National Council of Austria, Nouri al-Maliki, parliament, Parliamentary Affairs, Political coalition, State of Law Coalition
Thursday July 21, 2011
The State of Law bloc reveals the three conditions that do not meet the global targets of the National Council
A member of the National Alliance Abbas al-Bayati said that his alliance with the three conditions for the development of the National Council for the strategic policies.
Al-Bayati stressed in a press statement that 90% of the Erbil Convention carried out and the remaining 10% of them are technical issues to logistical placed in the mini-committees of the approval and implementation. He added that the National Alliance OK to revive the first three conditions but that does not confiscate the powers of the constitutional institutions and the second is not to be above the councils and other institutions, the latter is that his powers are indicative and not a legal or constitutional.
Iraqi List MP: State of Law bloc rejected settlement offers; Next weeks Talabani Summit will continue talksPosted: July 22, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: al-Iraqiya, Arbil, Iraq, Jalal Talabani, kurdistan, National Alliance, Political coalition, State of Law Coalition
7/22/2011 1:38 PM
BAGHDAD / Aswat al-Iraq: Al-Iraqiya’s spokeswoman Maysoon al-Damalouji stated that the State of Law bloc did not accept the settlement of security ministries and the initiative of Kurdistan president on the Higher National Strategic Council.
Damalouji told Aswat al-Iraq that there was an agreement that three ministers from al-Iraqiya, the Kurdish and National Alliance blocs to assume the security ministries, but Hassan al-Sinaid (on behalf of the National Council) expressed that the matter belongs to the Cabinet Council which will decide this balance”.
Tags: Baghdad, Hosni Mubarak, Invasion of Kuwait, Iraq, kuwait, Member of Parliament, Saddam Hussein, Shatt al-Arab
Beirut, July 22 (Rn) – made the magazine “Foreign Policy” American so-called “war of words” between Iraq and Kuwait, against the backdrop of a range of issues, including the bombing of the Kuwaiti embassy in Baghdad last Tuesday, and invited the Vice-Kuwaitis to expel Iraqi ambassador to Kuwait.
The “Foreign Policy”, said the attack Katyusha rockets and political anger that followed is consistent with the pattern is interesting to growing concern in relations, Iraq – Kuwait, a note, for example, trying to lawyers on behalf of the KAC detention of aircraft to fly the Iraqi in London in April 2010, in the framework of a lawsuit claiming damages for the invasion phase of Iraq.
Zebari: The call to withdrawal ambassadors from Kuwait and Iran is aiming to sabotage Iraq’s relationsPosted: July 22, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Hoshyar Zebari, Hosni Mubarak, iran, Iraq, kuwait, Mubarak Al-Sabah, Politics of Iraq, United States
DUBAI (Agencies): Critics and Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari, today calls by lawmakers and ambassadors urged him to withdraw Iraqi troops from Kuwait and Iran and the United States, stressing that such calls designed to sabotage Iraq’s relations with regional and international levels.
Zebari stressed that the solution is safe with Kuwait to solve problems is through joint committees to negotiate, to resolve outstanding border problems and debt and the port of Mubarak Al-Kabeer Kuwait is building now, not the media war.
Tags: Bubiyan Island, Hosni Mubarak, iran, Iraq, kurdistan, kuwait, Persian Gulf, PJAK
Demonstrators “liberation” condemn the Iranian bombardment of the villages of Kurdistan and the excesses of Kuwait
Baghdad, July 22 (Akaenoz) – demonstrators started flocking on Tahrir Square in central Baghdad on Friday, carrying banners condemning the bombing Iranian border villages of the region of Kurdistan and the excesses of Kuwait through the port of Mubarak, while not without protest from carrying banners, including for the provision of services and opportunities work at the time of the Iraqi security forces sealed off Tahrir Square.
Tags: Constitution of Iraq, Council of Representatives of Iraq, Deputy prime minister, HCL, Hussain al-Shahristani, Iraq, National oil company, OPEC, Politics of Iraq
Parliamentary power: the differences may impede the adoption of the law of oil and gas during the current year
Baghdad / July 22 (Rn) – A member of the parliamentary oil and energy, Friday, that the differences on the draft law of oil and gas surged between his committee and other parliamentary political blocs, which could hinder the adoption of this year.
Said Furat al-Shara told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the political blocs, the parliamentary will not pass the oil and gas law, unless adjustments are made large by the by the Iraqi government, which will clarify the political oil and the role of the Federal Oil and non-objection oil and gas law to establish a national oil company” .
Tags: Baghdad, Beijing, China, Government of the People's Republic of China, Iraq, Nouri al-Maliki, Saddam Hussein, Shanghai
China needs oil and has money. Iraq has oil and needs money. So the principal question about this week’s visit to Beijing and Shanghai by several Iraqi ministers, led by the prime minister, Nouri al Maliki, is what took them so long?
China has been wooing Iraq for some time. Back in 2008, when most foreign investors shunned Iraq, China signed an oil deal; as a result a Chinese-government-owned company began pumping oil there last month. And 17 months ago China agreed to write off 80 per cent of Iraq’s debt from Saddam Hussein’s time.
Allawi and Shaways agreed on a plan to bring visions of political relations between the Iraqi factionsPosted: July 22, 2011 in Iraqi Dinar/Politics
Tags: Ayad Allawi, Baghdad, Iraq, iraqi list, Jalal Talabani, Massoud Barzani, Nouri al-Maliki, Political coalition
BAGHDAD (Babinaoz) agreed Leader The Iraqi List, Iyad Allawi and Deputy Prime Minister Nuri Shaways example, has typically to work for closer political visions Of the various components and blocks out of the status quo and push the political process Before . The two sides discussed during a meeting in Baghdad Multi Council strategic policies and the need to complete all courses And agreements, which resulted from the initiative of President of Kurdistan, Massoud Barzani and agreed By all the political blocs “.