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British Investment Minister Halabousi: Iraq is a promising market after we left the European Union

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The head of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halboussi discussed Tuesday with British Investment Minister Graham Stewart in London, in the presence of the special trade envoy to Iraq Baroness Emma Nicholson, to promote joint cooperation between the two countries in the economic and development fields.
"The investment environment in Iraq is appropriate and ready to attract investment companies with expertise and efficiency," Al Halbusi said in a statement to his office, stressing the keenness of the legislative and executive authorities in the country to fight corruption and reduce the bureaucracy that hinders the reconstruction file. 
He added, "Also discussed the file of desalination project in Basra, which was submitted by Baywater, as well as other water projects in the rest of the cities." 
For his part, Stuart stressed the continued support of his country to Iraq, indicating that Britain is looking to find new markets for them after the exit from the European Union. 
He added that with the support of British companies in obtaining the projects, Iraq will be able to benefit from British support on the file of exports of $ 10 billion allocated for 10 years.
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Halabousi from London: Iraq is going to succeed even if international support is delayed

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(Baghdad: Al Furat News) Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohamed Halbusi, Iraq is going on in all cases, and will win even if delayed support expected from the international community.
Al-Halbusi said during his meeting with the delegation accompanying him at the symposium held by the Gatham House and participated, Tuesday, in London, which discussed the most important challenges facing Iraq, and the reasons, and the requirements of the next phase that "Iraq is in the process of reconstruction and stability and no other way before him, The international community is willing to help. The road will be shorter, but I tell you that Iraq is going on anyway, and will win even if that support is delayed. " 
The Speaker reviewed the most important challenges and requirements, stressing that they need more joint work and efforts at the executive and legislative level. He added that the most important challenges facing the country now are weak services and employment opportunities for young people. Government jobs do not cover the number of graduates, with no opportunities in the private sector, which contributes to the spread of unemployment.
"We need pre-planned plans to provide services and jobs." 
Al-Halbusi said that "Iraq suffers from the problem of planning clearly; because of the accumulation of wars fought by Iraq against terrorism and extremist organizations, and must provide clear plans; to address administrative and financial corruption." 
"There is cooperation between the three authorities in Iraq," he said. "We hope that we will succeed together in dealing with these issues. We are working to provide services to citizens and create jobs, as well as to provide an environment conducive to investment that will contribute to solving many problems." 
The seminar also dealt with the nature of the parties and alliances that formed the government, which are no longer confined to a particular sect and component, but rather are grouped by a political program. The Speaker of the House of Representatives counted a positive phenomenon that was strengthened after the war and is to be worked on.
On the other hand, the President of the Parliament pointed out that Iraq fought a fierce war on behalf of the world against an extremist organization, and most of its infrastructure has been destroyed, and the international community must meet its obligations to Iraq. "



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The United Kingdom will provide more than $ 45 million to Iraq to rebuild hospitals, schools and power plants damaged by the fighting against the terrorist "Da'ash", the British Foreign Office Minister for Near East Affairs Alistair Burt said. 
According to the British newspaper "Independent", Bert announced the package of aid during a visit to Iraq, where the United Kingdom became the first donor to a newly formed international fund for the reconstruction of cities affected by military operations against the "da'ash" terrorist. 
The United Kingdom plans to allocate 16 million pounds to help rebuild the neighborhoods of Iraq destroyed during the fighting against the global terrorist group, as well as 6.9 million pounds for the rehabilitation of critical infrastructure such as factories and 10 million pounds for humanitarian aid in the country.
Burt said he hoped the funds would allow the 1.8 million people displaced from Iraq to return home and "continue their lives" in their homeland. "It is part of the UK's commitment to address the persecution of Christians around the world." 
"There is much to celebrate about progress in Iraq since the regional defeat of Saddam Hussein in 2017, but there is much to be done to help Iraq," Berth said from Baghdad, where he held talks with President Barham Salih and Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi. Develop a stable and stable future for all Iraqis, its people deserve. " 
The DFID said the funds would also be used to "launch economic grants in Iraq, make them more business friendly, increase employment opportunities and enhance future production and trade capacity with the UK and other countries."
Since 2014, British aid in Iraq to 4.1 million people has provided health care, clean water and sanitation to 2 million people, provided more than 800,000 people with shelter and safe housing and provided nearly half a million people with food. 
The move comes only two days after Burt urged the Iraqi authorities to distance themselves from economic dependence on Iran and self-sufficiency of energy.


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The United Kingdom will provide more than 30 million pounds to Iraq to rebuild hospitals, schools and power plants damaged by the fight against the terrorist organization "Dahesh", the British Foreign Office Minister for Middle East Affairs Alistair Burt said Monday. Destroyed by the war to get rid of economic dependence on Iran, and promote self-sufficiency in energy.

According to the British newspaper "Independent", Bert announced the aid package during a visit to Iraq, where the United Kingdom became the first donor to a newly formed international fund for the reconstruction of cities affected by the military operations against the organization "Daash" terrorist.

The United Kingdom plans to allocate 16 million pounds to help rebuild the neighborhoods of Iraq destroyed during the fighting against the global terrorist group, as well as 6.9 million pounds for the rehabilitation of critical infrastructure such as factories and 10 million pounds for humanitarian aid in the country.

Burt said he hoped the funds would allow the 1.8 million people displaced from Iraq to return home and "continue their lives" in their homeland. "It is part of the UK's commitment to address the persecution of Christians around the world."

"There's a lot to celebrate about progress in Iraq since the regional defeat of Saddam Hussein in 2017, but there's much more to be done to help Iraq," said Bert, who has held talks with Iraqi President Barham Salih and Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi. To develop a stable and stable future for all Iraqis, its people deserve. "

"We are proud that we will be the first donor to Iraq to support and provide reconstruction assistance, provide vital support to its people, rebuild their lives, their businesses and the country's economic independence," said Bert.

The DFID said the funds would also be used to "launch economic grants in Iraq, make them more business friendly, increase employment opportunities and enhance future production and trade capacity with the UK and other countries."

Since 2014, British aid in Iraq to 4.1 million people has provided health care, clean water and sanitation to 2 million people, provided more than 800,000 people with shelter and safe housing and provided nearly half a million people with food.

The move comes only two days after Burt urged the Iraqi authorities to distance themselves from economic dependence on Iran and self-sufficiency of energy.

Iranian officials have visited Baghdad earlier this month to discuss joint cooperation and expand trade and energy ties with Iraq, including maintaining natural gas flows, accounting for 40 percent of the country's electricity needs.

In November, Iranian President Hassan Rowhani said economic ties between the two countries amounted to about $ 12 billion in 2018, but Tehran hoped to double this year.

The United Kingdom and other US allies are concerned that President Donald H. Trump's sudden announcement of a withdrawal of US troops from Syria will only strengthen Iran's role in the region, especially Iraq.

Over the last few years, Tehran's influence has grown in Syria, where its forces are battling the armies of the Syrian regime and in Iraq, where many powerful paramilitary groups are pro-Tehran.

Washington has already pressed Iraq to halt Iranian gas imports and hopes to counter Iranian influence by imposing new sanctions.

"The expectation that Iran will not have influence in Iraq is fictional, but the important thing is for Iraq to find an opportunity to pursue its future in terms of foreign relations and to have a strong economy that does not depend on Iran," Burt told the British embassy in Baghdad. .

"The more that all its oil wealth can get off quickly and can capture all the energy that is not used as often as possible, the better."

Iraq's export capacity is around 5 million bpd but is pumping less than its capacity in line with OPEC's agreement to stabilize prices.


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[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]The head of the House of Representatives Mohamed Halboussi discussed Tuesday with British Investment Minister Graham Stewart in London, in the presence of the special trade envoy to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Baroness Emma Nicholson, to promote joint cooperation between the two countries in the economic and development fields. 
"The investment environment in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] appropriate and ready to attract investment companies with expertise and efficiency, " Al [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] said in a statement to his office, stressing the keenness of the legislative and executive authority in the country to fight corruption and reduce the bureaucracy that hinders the reconstruction file. He added, "Also discussed the file of desalination project in Basra, which was submitted by Baywater, as well as other water projects in the rest of the cities."[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

For his part, Stuart stressed the continued support of his country to Iraq, indicating that Britain is looking to find new markets for them after the exit from the European Union. 
He added that with the support of British companies in obtaining the projects, Iraq will be able to benefit from the British support on the file of exports of $ 10 billion for 10 years.

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United Kingdom will provide more than 30 million pounds to Iraq, about 45 million dollars, to rebuild hospitals, schools and power plants damaged by the fighting against the terrorist organization, "said British Foreign Secretary Alistair Burt. "He said. 
According to the British newspaper The Independent, Bert announced the aid package during a visit to Iraq, where the United Kingdom became the first donor to a newly formed international fund for the reconstruction of cities affected by the military operations against the organization "Daash" terrorist. 
The United Kingdom plans to allocate 16 million pounds to help rebuild the neighborhoods of Iraq that were destroyed during the fighting against the global terrorist group,
Burt said he hoped the funds would allow the 1.8 million people displaced from Iraq to return home and "continue their lives" in their homeland. "It is part of the UK's commitment to address the persecution of Christians around the world." 
The DFID said the funds would also be used to "launch economic grants in Iraq, make them more business friendly, increase employment opportunities and enhance future production and trade capacity with the UK and other countries." 
Since 2014, British aid in Iraq has provided 4.1 million people with health care, clean water and sanitation for 2 million people, provided more than 800,000 people with shelter and safe housing and provided nearly half a million people with food.


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Halabousi: We are keen to open up and cooperate with our Arab, regional and international environment



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Iraq is keen to open up and cooperate with its Arab, regional and international environment, Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammad Halboussi told the British Foreign Office Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Alistair Burt on Wednesday.
The Information Office of the Speaker of the House of Representatives said in a statement received by Al-Halaboussi that the British Foreign Secretary, Alistair Burt, received in London the bilateral relations and means of enhancing cooperation between the two countries in the field. Security and economic ".
"Iraq is keen to open up and cooperate with its Arab, regional and international environment on the basis of common interests and respect for mutual sovereignty and non-interference, and Iraq to be a meeting point, not be a yard to settle accounts," he said, adding that "a strong Iraqi stable contributes to the stability of the region" .
He added that "the international community should provide its support to Iraq after having fought a fierce war against an extremist organization on behalf of the world led to the collapse of its infrastructure." He called on British companies to "benefit from their expertise to contribute to the reconstruction of Iraq and support for the return of displaced people to their cities and stability."
For his part, Bert stressed his country's keenness to "continue to support the democratic experience in Iraq and stand by his side in the face of economic and security challenges." End 25 n



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