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    Settlement to repay the billion dollars in debt to the Jordanian businessmen on Iraq

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    Settlement to repay the billion dollars in debt to the Jordanian businessmen on Iraq Empty Settlement to repay the billion dollars in debt to the Jordanian businessmen on Iraq

    Post by Rocky Tue 31 Dec 2013, 4:19 am

    Settlement to repay the billion dollars in debt to the Jordanian businessmen on Iraq




    Date Published: 13:25, December 30, 2013


    BAGHDAD (Independent) ... Jordan and Iraq being a financial settlement to pay dues to Jordanian businessmen on the Iraqi side is estimated at 450 million dinars, during the regime of Saddam Hussein, remained stuck and formed a stumbling block in the development of relations between the two countries.
    The two sides form a joint committee to study and final settlement of such debt, especially after the recent visit by Prime Minister Abdullah Eagles Iraq.
    The Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki then discuss the issue of Jordanian debt to Iraq, said: "We hope to work in the settlement of this matter until we go forward."
    The high-level Iraqi delegation consisted of: Minister of Finance and Planning, and Chairman of the Iraqi Central Bank and the Financial Supervisory Service, visited Jordan, during which he discussed the issue of the settlement of financial dues to Jordan to Iraq.
    The delegation, which met with the IMF mission on Iraq in the capital, Amman, that Iraq is considering the payment of all debt owed by the Iraqi government after the termination of discussions around with the Paris Club.
    Iraq was refusing since the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime to pay financial dues owed by Jordan to host the allowance aircraft during the Second Gulf War in 1991; due to exposure many parts of the aircraft for the theft.
    The source familiar said, for "the way" earlier that several parts of the Iraqi aircraft were vulnerable to theft, noting that a delegation of Iraqi technicians the preview over two years ago, and was surprised that many parts of the aircraft have been robbed; which prevented reaching agreement with the Iraqi side on the ground to be paid, compared to parking the aircraft at the airport runway, or even shipped to Iraq and evacuated from the airport.
    The government is demanding 1.2 million Jordanian dinars independently for each year in which the aircraft is perched on the tarmac.
    The issue of Iraqi aircraft from among the many outstanding issues between the two sides, in addition to the demands of the Jordanian traders and entitlements financial implications on the Iraqi side for decades Tsdur official, they have struck with the former Iraqi regime before the war.
    While the Iraqi government says that Jordan did not pay the dues of Iraqi oil, which is estimated at 300 million dinars for six months. (End)

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