[size=38]The Iraqi Foreign Ministry Contracts With An American Pressure Company To Represent It In The United States [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]LAST UPDATE 01/24/2022 | 1:10 PM
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A report by the (Audi Reaper) magazine specialized in business revealed that Brian Galkin, partner in the American pressure company Livingston Group, which is based in Washington, DC, has an agreement to represent the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the United States.
The report, which was translated by the "Information" agency, stated that "the American company will engage in activities to strengthen relations between Iraq and the United States, including pressure, management, preparation and dissemination of media materials." According to the magazine.
He added, "The company will work to communicate with the White House and Congress to strengthen Iraq's relations with the United States, and it will deal with American multinational companies, think tanks and policy institutes in addition to Iraqis in the diaspora on behalf of the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the country."
And he added, "The American pressure company is headed by the former Speaker of the House of Representatives appointed Bob Livingston, where the value of the contract amounted to 500 thousand dollars and for a period of one year to represent Iraq," according to the allegations of the magazine.
It is reported that "Livingstone and his former chief of staff, J Allen Martin, and Catherine Kingsbury, a former advisor at the Solomon Group, are undertaking the Iraqi lobbying work, and reporting to the Iraqi ambassador to the United States, Farid Yassin."
It is noteworthy that "Livingstone represented Iraq from December 2017 until March of 2021 before renewing its contract." finished/ 25 z