The Iraqi delegation concludes talks with the IMF amid optimism to go beyond Iraq's financial crisis
The Iraqi delegation concluded talks with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank in the spring meetings, which lasted for days in Washington, DC.
A statement by the Iraqi Ministry of Finance got "direction Press" a copy of it, that "the delegation agreed with the representative of the International Monetary Fund for the Middle East and East Asia Christian nut, at the end of the talks, chaired by the Iraqi side, Minister of Finance Agency Abdul Razzaq al-Issa and in the presence of Prime Minister Advisor on financial appearance of Mohammed Saleh and a number of financial and electricity, with the participation of the Iraqi ambassador in Washington Farid Mustafa to complete meetings and joint coordination to contain the difficulties of the financial crisis and officials of the ministries. "
The representative of the International Monetary Fund, Christian nut, according to the statement "optimism about the level of understanding achieved and progress with the Iraqi government," stressing that "the steps of coordination and joint consultations will be completed in the near term will contribute to addressing the financial problems posed by the
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