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CandyKisses:  The team accompanying the Sudanese in Washington: America will hand over to Iraq the antiquities looted in 2003

Mawazine News – Baghdad

Team member confirmed Accompanying Prime Minister in Washington Aideh Al-Hilali, that America will hand over Iraq antiquities which was looted in 2003.

Al-Hilali said, in A televised interview followed by Mawazine News that “the agreements signed by the Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani, with the United States of America during his visit to Washington was at a high level of importance that serves Iraqi interests.”

He added that “Iraq plays an important role politically and economically in the region and can play an important role To make calm in the region and bring points of view closer, especially that the region is living in security conditions Engaged, pointing out that America found a strong Sudanese government.”

He pointed out that “The American side promised Prime Minister Mohamed Shia al-Sudani to return the antiquities Iraqi looted in the events of 2003, stressing that Iraq signed with a specialized American company in the manufacture of agricultural sprayers and other international companies.”

Tishwash:  Details of the memorandums of understanding signed by Iraq and America

Al-Masala publishes the memorandums of understanding that were signed yesterday evening, Wednesday (Baghdad time), in Washington with American companies, in a ceremony that took place under the auspices of the Prime Minister, Mr. Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani:

First/ Government memorandums of understanding:

1. A memorandum of understanding between the Ministry of Electricity and General Electric Company (GE) in the field of developing the energy sector.

2. A memorandum of understanding between the Ministry of Oil and Hanwell Company, to conclude a partnership in the field of developing strategic plans for oil fields and associated gas.

3. A memorandum of understanding between the Ministry of Oil and General Electric in the field of developing oil fields and associated gas.

4. A memorandum of understanding between the Iraq Fund for Development and the American company MACK for engines and equipment, in the field of manufacturing specialized vehicles.

Second: Memorandums of understanding signed by the Iraqi private sector with American companies:

1. Memorandum of understanding with Baxter International Company for cooperation in the field of dialysis supplies.

2. Memorandum of understanding with the American company KBR to develop oil fields. 3. Memorandum of understanding with KBR in the field of processing primary gas and converting it into liquid and associated gas.

4. A memorandum of understanding between the National Bank of Iraq (NBI) and the American International Financial Development Corporation.

5. Agreement with Trans Atlantic Petroleum Company in the field of developing and managing oil fields.

6. A memorandum of understanding with the American company Hanwell in the field of developing associated gas fields and stopping its burning.

7. A memorandum of understanding with the American company Hanwell for development, automation, and remote control and control services.

8. A memorandum of understanding with the American company Baker Hughes in the field of using smart solutions. To stop burning gas and develop and maintain oil fields.

9. Memorandum of understanding with Emerson Company in the field of technology and automation in oil fields.

10. Memorandum of understanding with GE in the field of supporting the oil industry.

11. Memorandum of understanding with Ark Energy Company in the field of manufacturing associated gas.

12. Memorandum of understanding with Emerson Company in the field of energy development and equipment provision.

13. Memorandum of understanding with GE in the field of providing equipment for treating associated gas in generating electrical power.

14. An agreement with Hanwell Company in the field of developing and maintaining oil fields and stopping gas burning.

 Media Office of the Prime Minister

April 18, 2024   link’

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CandyKisses: On the table of parliament are 150 bills awaiting a vote. And the dialectics need consensus

Baghdad Today – Baghdad

Today, Thursday (April 18, 2024), a member of the Parliamentary Legal Committee, MP Omid Mohammed, confirmed the existence of 150 draft laws on the table of the standing committees of the House of Representatives.

Mohammed said in a statement to “Baghdad Today”, that “his committee is following up on draft laws and amendments put forward by the standing committees in the House of Representatives, which amount to 150 laws so far,” adding that “controversial laws need political consensus, but the file of the presidency of the Council in light of the lack of resolution of the vote on a candidate for it reflects negatively on the file of legislation Laos.

He called for “the need for the State Administration Coalition to have positive steps in this direction in order for the current legislative term to be fruitful in the direction of resolving many laws and their amendments.”

He stressed “the need to proceed with the legislation of controversial laws, including general amnesty, service and others without political consensuses that contribute to securing sufficient votes to vote on them, and this needs to resolve the rest of the files in order to proceed with them,” pointing out that “the resolution of the law for people with disabilities and voting on it 3 days ago represents an important step during the legislative term of the Council to resolve the rights of an important segment.”

Parliament is expected to hold a session for today, after postponing in its last session the vote on the draft law on the first amendment to the Iraqi Housing Fund Law No. (32) of 2011, and postponing the vote on the draft law on the first amendment to the Property Claims Commission Law No. (13) of 2010, where the House of Representatives completed the first reading of the draft law on the accession of the Republic of Iraq to the Convention on the Elimination of Violence and Harassment in the World of Work, as well as the report and discussion of the draft law regulating renewable energy.