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Cairo: Esraa Khalifa
Minister of Justice Salar Abdul Sattar placed the file of recovering smuggled Iraqi funds on the meeting table of the Council of Arab Justice Ministers, stressing the need for cooperation in this field by concluding agreements and memoranda to restore rights and provide aid and assistance.
On the sidelines of his participation in the 37th meeting of the Council of Arab Justice Ministers held at the headquarters of the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States in Cairo, Salar said: The conference held in Baghdad to recover the looted funds is a starting point for cooperation in this field between Iraq and Arab countries to recover its money, indicating that there is cooperation Big with us in this field.
He added that Iraq has proven its supportive position for all Arab countries, and its presence is of paramount importance in all of its meetings to restore its role, noting that there is a recommendation from the Iraqi government stressing the importance of the Arab League, which is the “mother of the Arabs” and the League for the sons of our great Arab nation and a basis for resolving Arab issues on various issues.
He pointed out that we in the Iraqi Ministry of Justice, and in the years in which we assumed the functions of managing the ministry, were able to prepare and prepare for the conference to recover the looted funds with the participation of more than eight member states of the Arab League, expressing his hope to conclude many memoranda and agreements in various legal and judicial fields and memoranda of cooperation. Unifying visions and goals towards our crucial issues.
Judge Salar indicated that the Baghdad conference on recovering looted funds came out with valuable recommendations that will be presented within the documents of the 9th session of the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption, which will be held in Sharm El-Sheikh on the period (13-17/12/2021), which confirms in this step Iraq's success in communicating its demands to this institution
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