[size=36]Parliamentary Finance: The volume of external debt of Iraq amounted to 125 billion dollars[/size]
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revealed the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives, on Monday, the size of the external debt of Iraq, warning of a threat to the future of Iraq.
Committee member Ahmed Mazhar al-Jubouri said that the committee had previously suspended debts, especially foreign affairs, in the 2019 budget, at a time when there is an obligation to continue the debt as it existed during the war on ISIS gangs in the provinces of Nineveh, Anbar and Salah al-Din.
He explained that "debt, especially foreign amounted to 125 billion dollars," indicating that "its survival portends a threat to the economic future of Iraq."
He hinted that "the presence of 20 paragraphs of debt will be in the budget 2020, after the Committee held with the Ministry of Finance five meetings during the past month, as part of these debts were loans imposed on Iraq by the World Bank," pointing out that "