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Baghdad and Doha, looking for a settlement for "ransom hunters"

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 Baghdad and Doha, looking for a settlement for "ransom hunters" Empty Baghdad and Doha, looking for a settlement for "ransom hunters"

Post by rocky Mon 12 Jun 2017, 1:21 am



Baghdad and Doha, looking for a settlement for "ransom hunters"

 Baghdad / term

It revealed an Arab newspaper published from London for contacts conducted by the Iraqi government with the Qatari counterpart to resolve the fate of the ransom of fishermen.
The newspaper revealed (opinion today) that Baghdad and Doha are currently looking for a compromise on the amount that has raised a lot of hype.
The paper pointed out that " the Iraqi Finance Ministry seized a half billion dollars , officially recorded by the minutes of the legal part of the funds category confiscated under (money laundering) to be resolved fate , a measure opposed by the Qatari embassy in Baghdad on the grounds that the amount can not be registered within this framework , which belonged to the Government of Qatar was in a Qatari plane. "
The newspaper suggested that the two governments reached a settlement document removes the amount of resources within the category of money laundering and recorded by direct financial support within the Iraqi charity rebuild projects in areas that have been liberated from the organization Daesh. Considered (opinion today) that it "can be an option for Doha , according to preliminary information be approved where the agreement satisfies both parties and exempts the Iraqi side of the embarrassment."
The prime minister Haider al - Abadi, in the 10th of last April, confiscated bags containing hundreds of millions of dollars were on a private Qatari plane landed in Baghdad. Hinting at the time that the money is part of a deal to free the hostages took place without the permission of the Iraqi government.
Qatar denied, then, to try to pay a ransom for the release of 26 Qatari kidnapped by unidentified gunmen in Iraq. She noted that those funds were introduced to Iraq formally and publicly to support the Iraqi government 's efforts to release the kidnapped Qatari did not enter the money through smuggling.
The Iraqi government has confirmed the confiscation of the amount of ransom Qatari fishermen, but the newspaper (Ffinenchal Times) revealed, in a report last week that the Gulf crisis caused by the payment of Doha ransom groups in Syria and Iran accuses Riyadh of terrorism.
In a related context, it expressed the parliamentary Committee on Foreign Relations, on Sunday, fearing the developments of the Gulf crisis and its repercussions on the stability of the region. And called on the parties to the crisis to the adoption of international conventions and dialogue to develop solutions.
The MP said Khalid al - Asadi, a member of the Parliamentary Committee, in a statement obtained (range) a copy of it, that "Iraq is concerned what is happening from the repercussions do not we wish for the Arab peoples in the Gulf , " and expressed "regret for the repercussions caused by the Gulf crisis."
He stressed Asadi " the need to approach all parties to the crisis to overcome and resolve differences through political dialogues, according to contexts and tracks international conventions , " expressing fear "of increasing crises in the Gulf region and is caused by the deterioration in the security of the Gulf states and the region."
Both Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, the UAE and Egypt, announced on Monday, cut off diplomatic relations with Qatar, and asked Qatari diplomats to leave, and closed areas of air, land and sea ports with Doha.
He accused US President Donald Trump, last Friday, Qatar funded Alarhab.oukal at a news conference at the White House that the State of Qatar "had a history of terrorism financing at high levels, and must quickly stop supporting terrorism and it is time for it."
Announced Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi, during the weekly conference, Baghdad 's position on the Gulf crisis, stressing that it 's internal affairs and that Iraq is not a party to the conflict between the Arab Gulf states
and Qatar.

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