Tishwash: For the first time since 2003, Iraq will deploy army forces on the borders of Kurdistan
The leader of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Ghiath Al-Sorji, revealed, on Thursday, an agreement to deploy the Iraqi army forces with the Peshmerga on the border strip with Turkey and Iran, indicating that the agreement will end a major security crisis on the borders.
Al-Sorji said, “A meeting that included Iraqi security leaders with the Peshmerga forces ended with an agreement to deploy Iraqi army units, reinforced by Peshmerga units, on the hot border strip with Turkey and Iran.”
He added, “The agreement is very important and contributes to stabilizing the situation inside the Kurdistan region and even the center, and obliges Turkey and all the Kurdish opposition to withdraw its forces from Iraq.”
Al-Sorji pointed out that “the Iraqi forces are deployed slightly on the borders through the border guards, at a time when units of the army and the Peshmerga will be deployed to deter any aggression against neighboring countries,” and to end what he described as “the countries’ pretext to fight the Komala, the Workers’ Party and the Democratic Party inside the country.”
The security agreement is the first to deploy Iraqi army forces inside the Kurdistan region after 2003.
CandyKisses: Summary of the fourteenth session of the Iraqi Parliament held today
Baghdad – Nas
The President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, discussed on Thursday with the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, the general situation in Iraq and the latest developments in the region.
The Media Office of the Regional Government stated in a statement, a copy of which was received by “NAS”, (November 24, 2022), that “the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, received today, Thursday, November 24, 2022, the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert
And in the meeting, they discussed the general situation of Iraq and the latest developments and developments in the region, in addition to the importance of finding a radical solution to the problems between the Kurdistan Region and the federal government in accordance with the constitution and the ministerial curriculum of the new government.”
The statement added that “the meeting witnessed a mutual affirmation of respect for the sovereignty and protection of the territories of Iraq and the Kurdistan region, and an end to the bombing and attacks on the Kurdistan region.”
CandyKisses: Kuwaiti MP: Kuwait will help the Iraqi government recover the smuggled money
Kuwaiti parliamentarian Khalil Abul said on Wednesday that his country would “help” the Iraqi government in recovering the smuggled money
Apple said, “The visit of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia’ al-Sudani to Kuwait will be the beginning of opening new horizons of cooperation between the two countries. Iraq’s stability is important for capital investment. There is the issue of electrical connection and railways, so building integration in all aspects is very important
Apple added in a statement to “Euphrates News”, followed by “Al-Iqtisad News”, that “Kuwait will help the Iraqi government to recover smuggled funds abroad, and we look forward, in the name of the Kuwaiti people, to developing relations and we hope that Iraq will be active in the region
It is noteworthy that Al-Sudani conducted Wednesday, an official visit to Kuwait that lasted for hours, during which a series of meetings and discussions took place
CandyKisses: Central Bank: We launched an initiative worth one trillion dinars to support clean energy
On Wednesday, the Central Bank of Iraq identified paths to reform the country’s economic system, while announcing clean energy support with one trillion dinars
“It is not possible to create an economic sector or attract investors without a successful and healthy banking sector,” said the Central Bank’s advisor, Ihsan Shamran al-Yasiri, to the official news agency, pointing out that “the government banking sector acquires a large percentage of the government or private public’s funds, so reforming the banking sector.” It is a starting point for reforming the economic system
He added, “The Central Bank launched an initiative in the amount of 1 trillion dinars to finance the purchase of electricity generation units from renewable energy,” noting that “the initiative constitutes a great starting point for changing the destinations and mood of the public to switch to clean energy
He continued, “The government began more than a year ago trying to switch to clean energy,” explaining that “the Central Bank contributed to the initiative through simple, interest-free loans for the family community and the private economic sector