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    Iraq and Turkey discuss the implementation of investment projects of $ 5 billion

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    Iraq and Turkey discuss the implementation of investment projects of $ 5 billion Empty Iraq and Turkey discuss the implementation of investment projects of $ 5 billion

    Post by Rocky Thu 26 Apr 2018, 1:35 am

    [ltr]Iraq and Turkey discuss the implementation of investment projects of $ 5 billion[/ltr]
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     Since 2018-04-25 at 20:35 (Baghdad time)
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    [ltr]Baghdad - Mawazine News[/ltr]
    [ltr]Iraq, chaired by Minister of Planning Salman Jumaili, and Turkey headed by the head of the Middle East and North Africa division of the Turkish Foreign Ministry, Gholman Goreman, discussed mechanisms for implementing the investment projects funded by the Turkish loan of $ 5 billion.[/ltr]
    [ltr]"The Ministry of Planning in a statement received / Mawazin News / a copy of it," Iraq and Turkey discussed mechanisms to implement investment projects to be financed by the Turkish loan to Iraq in the framework of the pledges made by the States participating in the Kuwait Conference held in February, "noting that "The Iraqi side presided over the talks held at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, Minister of Planning Salman Jumaili and attended by Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alaq, Chairman of the National Investment Authority Sami Al-Araji, President of the Reconstruction Fund Mustafa Al-Hiti, Han, the financial adviser to the Prime Minister appearance of Saleh, and a number of directors-general and representatives of ministries and entities not associated with the Ministry. "[/ltr]
    [ltr]"The Turkish side is headed by Gholman Gorman, head of the Middle East and North Africa division of the Turkish Foreign Ministry, a number of general directors of the relevant ministries and Turkish authorities, as well as the Turkish ambassador in Iraq," the statement said.[/ltr]
    [ltr]Jumaili said that "Iraq expects from Turkey a significant contribution to the reconstruction of the liberated areas through the implementation of investment projects and services, which will be funded by the Turkish investment loan of $ 5 billion and the Turkish grant of $ 50 million," expressing "thanks to the position of the Turks Supporting Iraq both in the liberation phase and in the next phase of reconstruction. "[/ltr]
    [ltr]He called on Turkish companies to "take advantage of investment opportunities available in Iraq and in various fields, including transport projects, housing, health and other services," stressing "the need to translate Turkish support to Iraq to projects on the ground."[/ltr]
    [ltr]"The Iraqi government has formed a national team headed by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers to follow up and translate international commitments to Iraq."[/ltr]
    [ltr]For his part, the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alak, said that "the Turkish contribution to the Kuwait conference was the most prominent among the participating countries," noting that "Turkish friends are very serious in the follow-up and implementation of their pledges to Iraq, which will be used in the implementation of important strategic projects in the provinces Especially in the areas of housing, transport, health and education ".[/ltr]
    [ltr]"The coming days will witness the arrival of delegations from a group of countries that gave Iraq financial pledges during the Kuwait conference, and there is a serious seriousness of Iraq and donor countries to activate these pledges and turn them into projects on the ground," and expected that "the volume of Turkish investments in Iraq Is the largest, especially after the great successes achieved by the Turkish companies that have carried out investment projects in various parts of Iraq during the last phase. "[/ltr]
    [ltr]He pointed out that "the direction of the government is moving towards investing in roads because of the importance of development, and there is a clear national consensus in adopting the approach of reconstruction by harvesting the fruits of the Kuwait Conference."[/ltr]
    [ltr]The head of the Turkish delegation, Goreman, expressed his "readiness to provide all kinds of support to Iraq, especially in the implementation of investment projects in the liberated areas funded by the loan of $ 5 billion dollars to support investment in Iraq," noting that "the possibility of Turkish companies rehabilitate the airports Kirkuk and Mosul because of these two projects of economic importance. "[/ltr]
    [ltr]Gorman pointed out that "his country seeks to raise the level of trade, economic and political relations with Iraq to advanced levels consistent with the intertwined interests of the two countries," calling for "the need to work on the rehabilitation and development of joint border ports and rehabilitation of the road link between Baghdad and the port of Vishkhabor length of 470 km Is of great importance in the development of trade between the two countries, as well as the support it provides for economic life in the regions through which.[/ltr]
    [ltr]The talks, which will continue over the next two days, will provide a detailed review of investment opportunities and projects that can be financed by the Turkish loan. There are more than 1,000 projects between small, medium and large in all fields available for investment. The two sides are expected to sign joint memorandums of understanding to implement various projects.[/ltr]
    [ltr]It is noteworthy that Iraq received sovereign loans during the conference donors for the reconstruction of Iraq, which started in Kuwait on Monday (12 February 2018), $ 15.5 billion, through (1 billion dollars Kuwait, 5 billion dollars, Turkey, 1 billion Saudi Arabia, $ 1 billion Qatar, $ 250 million UAE, $ 1.5 billion Arab Social Fund, $ 500 million Islamic Development Bank, $ 260 million Italy, and $ 6 billion World Bank).[/ltr]
    [ltr]Iraq also received non-sovereign loans, financing and project guarantees of $ 11.61 billion, through $ 1 billion Kuwait, 0.5 reconstruction exports from Saudi Arabia, $ 5.200 billion, $ 210 million, United Kingdom, $ 3.5 billion, and 1.2 Billion dollars Japan).[/ltr]
    [ltr]($ 100 million), Kuwait ($ 400 million), the European Union (EU), $ 50 million ($ 50 million), Turkey ($ 18 million), Australia ($ 54 million), Norway ($ 9.5 million) Japan, $ 10 million Korea, 11.5 Italy, $ 12 million Canada, $ 350 million Germany, 10 million Finland, 1.5 million Luxembourg, 8 million Belgium, 140 million Sweden, 1.6 million Hungary, 740 million Million from Slovakia).[/ltr]
    [ltr]The conference started with the participation of hundreds of major international companies, organizations and financial institutions[/ltr]


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    Post by Rocky Thu 26 Apr 2018, 2:59 am


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    Minister of Planning Salman Jumaili discussed with a Turkish delegation the mechanisms of implementing investment projects funded by the Turkish loan of $ 5 billion. 

    A statement by the Ministry of Planning said that "the first two delegations headed by Planning Minister Salman Jumaili and the second headed by the head of the Middle East and North Africa at the Turkish Foreign Ministry Gholman Goreman discussed the mechanisms of implementing the investment projects to be financed by the Turkish loan to Iraq as part of the pledges made by the participating countries. Kuwait Conference held last February. "

    Al-Jumaili said during the meeting that "Iraq is waiting for Turkey to contribute significantly in the reconstruction of liberated areas through the implementation of investment projects and services, which will be funded by the Turkish investment loan of $ 5 billion and the Turkish grant of $ 50 million," expressing " Thanks to the position of the Turks supporting Iraq, both in the stage of liberation or in the subsequent phase of reconstruction. " 

    He called on Turkish companies to "take advantage of investment opportunities available in Iraq and in various fields, including transport projects, housing, health and other services," stressing "the need to translate Turkish support to Iraq to projects on the ground." 

    "The Iraqi government has formed a national team headed by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers to follow up and translate international commitments to Iraq."

    For his part, the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alak, said that "the Turkish contribution to the Kuwait conference was the most prominent among the participating countries," noting that "Turkish friends are very serious in the follow-up and implementation of their pledges to Iraq, which will be used in the implementation of important strategic projects in the provinces Especially in the areas of housing, transport, health and education ". 

    "The coming days will see the arrival of delegations from a group of countries that gave Iraq financial pledges during the Kuwait conference, and there is a serious seriousness of Iraq and donor countries to activate these pledges and turn them into projects in the ground," expected that "the volume of Turkish investment in Iraq is Especially after the great successes achieved by the Turkish companies that have carried out investment projects in various parts of Iraq during the last phase. "

    He pointed out that "the direction of the government tends to invest in roads because of the importance of development, and there is a clear national consensus in adopting the approach of reconstruction by harvesting the fruits of the Kuwait Conference." 

    For his part, said the head of the Turkish delegation Goreman, "the readiness of his government to provide all kinds of support to Iraq, especially in the implementation of investment projects in the liberated areas funded by the loan of $ 5 billion dollars to support investment in Iraq," noting that "the possibility of Turkish companies rehabilitate Kirkuk airports And Mosul because of these projects of economic importance. "

    Gorman pointed out that "his country seeks to raise the level of trade, economic and political relations with Iraq to advanced levels consistent with the intertwined interests of the two countries," calling for "the need to work on the rehabilitation and development of joint border ports and rehabilitation of the road link between Baghdad and the port of Vishkhabor length of 470 km Is of great importance in the development of trade between the two countries, as well as the support it provides for economic life in the regions through which. 
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    The talks, which will continue during the next two days, will see a detailed review of investment opportunities and projects that can be financed by the Turkish loan. There are more than 1,000 projects between small, medium and large in all fields available for investment. The two sides are expected to sign joint memorandums of understanding to implement various projects.Jumaili discusses with Turkish delegation the mechanisms of implementing projects funded by a Turkish loan






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