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DELTA: “IRAQ AND GCC AGREE TO ACTIVATE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THE TWO SIDES”

GodLover:  Nice! The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) is a political and economic alliance of six countries in the Arabian Peninsula: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

DELTA: “ACTIVATE THE DECISIONS OF KUWAIT CONFERENCE”

JJimmyJJ:  IMO, they’re not just activating agreements,  they’re declaring they have liftoff.

“Iraq RI and transition to market economy, this is Cape Canaveral.  You have cleared the pad all engines look good”.

Don961:  Fouad Hussein: Our foreign policy aims to expand cooperation with the Gulf

2020.06.20 – 22:18   Baghdad – people

Foreign Minister Fouad Hussein stressed on Saturday that one of the priorities of Iraqi foreign policy is to expand cooperation with the Gulf states.

Hussein said in a post that “Nass” (June 20, 2020) followed, “In a phone call with the Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council, Mr. Nayef Al-Hajraf, I emphasized that one of the priorities of Iraqi foreign policy is to expand cooperation with the Gulf countries and the Gulf Cooperation Council in various fields in particular. Economic and security. “

He added, “This is done on a balanced basis and respect for sovereignty and non-interference in internal affairs, and I affirmed that Iraq’s policy is based on adopting the language of dialogue and understanding to build balanced relations that serve common interests.”   LINK

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Coco:  There is a site that sells Dinar (which will remain nameless in accordance with KTFA policy) which has never been out of stock completely of dinar.  I’ve been checking this site everyday to see availability for years.  Today was the first day they had no denominations available what so ever.  I found this very interesting.

JJimmyJJ:  Thank you. It sure seems that lots of things we’ve been waiting to happen for years are suddenly happening,  doesn’t it?

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Samson:  Deputy for Al-Fateh: The government has other untapped sources of funding

08:55 – 21/06/2020

The deputy of the Al-Fateh Alliance Fadel Al-Fatlawi stressed the need to use non-oil resources to cover the financial deficit and eliminate the current crisis, pointing to the importance of the telecommunications sector in providing the country with the necessary money to overcome its crisis.

Al-Fatlawi said to the “information”, that “the revenues generated from the telecommunications sector in addition to the amounts obtained from the border outlets are able to enrich Iraq with the money it needs to eliminate the financial deficit that it suffers from the low oil prices.”

He called for “opening the files of communications and border outlets to control their revenues and put them at the disposal of the government to be a main tributary in the budget and reduce dependence on oil in preparing the country’s budget.”

And that “a lot of resources are still untapped, such as agriculture and industry, as many countries depend on them as a primary source in financing their budgets.”  LINK

Samson:  Parliamentary Finance reveals the details of its meeting with the Minister of Finance

10:52 – 21/06/2020
Member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee in the House of Representatives Haneen al-Qaddu revealed on Sunday the most important discussion during the committee’s hosting of Finance Minister Muhammad Allawi, indicating that the meeting was attended by the first deputy speaker of Parliament, Hassan Al-Kaabi.

Al-Kiddu said in a statement to “Information”, that “the meeting of the Parliamentary Finance Committee with the Minister of Finance Muhammad Allawi was agreed on the legislation of the internal and external loans,” noting that “the two sides agreed to stipulate that the new internal and external loan law be parallel to the established lending law.”

He added that “it was agreed to find ways to treat the appointees at the Ministry of Education and that the government should bear the payment of their salaries, in addition to cooperation between the committee and the Ministry of Finance by submitting a reform paper in order to legislate the law on internal and external loans and diversify the state’s resources.”

Al-Kiddu pointed out that “the deficit in the budget for the current year amounted to 40 trillion, five of which are internal loans and 35 external.” LINK

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Samson:  Iraq is witnessing the eclipse of the sun .. “The Ring of Fire” shines in the sky

21st June, 2020

On Sunday morning, Iraq and the Arabian Peninsula regions witnessed an annular eclipse of the sun, which is the second in 6 months. This coincides with the first days of summer and the longest day of the year, the day that is called the summer solstice, as the sun reaches its maximum mile north

This event is represented by the phenomenon of the eclipse of the sun, which is characterized this year as an annular eclipse, which is called the “ring of fire”, during which the sun appears more like a golden ring, as the moon covers most of its parts from the middle

This annular eclipse in the region is the second after the annular eclipse witnessed by most countries of the Arabian Peninsula on December 26, 2019

What is a ring of fire or annular eclipse?

The eclipse is a natural astronomical phenomenon that occurs when the moon passes at the same level between the Earth and the sun. On Sunday, June 21, many countries of the world will witness either a partial or annular eclipse with the moon appearing in front of the sun relative to the Earth

An eclipse occurs when the moon is at its maximum point in its orbit around the Earth, which is astronomically known as the “height of the moon”, which means that it will not be able to completely block the sun in some regions, and thus the “ring of fire” phenomenon is formed

The eclipse begins in the Emirates at around 07:45 am in Abu Dhabi, and its climax is at 10:40 am, to be seen partially in most regions of the country

The annular eclipse track begins near the city of Imbuganda in the north-eastern part of the Republic of the Congo at about 08:47 am Emirates time, then goes east through the Democratic Republic of the Congo, southern Sudan, Ethiopia and Eritrea, before moving to Yemen and southern Saudi Arabia and cutting the Sultanate of Oman heading east to the Pacific, To end up at 12:32 pm Emirates time after a journey of 3 hours and 45 minutes

During its course, an annular eclipse is observed in the regions it passes by up to 98 percent, while the adjacent areas on both sides of the path are partly eclipse  LINK