Tishwash: Trump’s advisor: Iraq has asked the World Bank for financial assistance and Washington will help it in that
Gabriel Somma, a member of the advisory office, revealed to President Donald Trump, today, Tuesday, that Iraq submitted a request to the World Bank for financial assistance, while noting that .Washington will work to achieve this Soma said in his speech to the program (Shortest Roads) (https://www.facebook.com/NabilJassim.Official/videos/279185579956034/) ,
which is presented by Dr. Nabil Jassem on the Sharqiya channel , that “Iraq asked the World Bank for financial assistance and the United States is a major contributor to the World Bank and will help it in that, because the “.reputation of Iraq in financial terms is very good He added, “Washington wants to know what the Iraqi government wants from it.
Will it decide to “?leave the American forces or keep them with a formula of understanding and specific roles He pointed out that “Iranian influence in Iraq threatens the security of Iraq, and the threat of ISIS still exists with 10,000 ISIS elements, and there is a threat to Iraq by militias that receive money, “.weapons and orders from Iran
And he stated, “At the present time, I do not think that there is a trend towards the exit of American “.forces from Iraq, because of the danger of ISIS in the region link
Cutebwoy: A delegation of the Kurdistan Region, headed by Talabani, visits Baghdad to complete the talks
Shafak News / A source early Tuesday stated that the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government headed by Deputy Qubad Talabani, Deputy Prime Minister, will visit Baghdad in the coming days to complete bilateral talks between the two sides to resolve the differences and outstanding issues, especially with regard to the region’s share of the budget, salary financing, and oil export.
The source told Shafaq News that the delegation had been waiting for the completion of the formation of the federal government for the purpose of returning to Baghdad and resuming the talks.
The source added that there is hope for reaching an agreement to solve all the problems raised during the delegation’s previous visits.
And previously, the delegation of the regional government held two visits to the capital, Baghdad, after the previous federal government headed by Adel Abdul Mahdi stopped financing the salaries of employees and workers in the public sector in Kurdistan.
The differences and pending issues between Erbil and Baghdad are based on the region’s share of financial budgets, the entitlements of the peshmerga forces, the export of oil, and the disputed areas covered by Article 140 of the permanent Iraqi constitution.
The Kurdistan Regional Government has expressed, on numerous occasions and times, its willingness to deliver 250,000 barrels of crude oil per day in exchange for the Iraqi government’s funding of 450 billion Iraqi dinars in salaries per month.