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    Iranian official: The process of repaying the Iraqi debt to Iran has begun

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    Iranian official: The process of repaying the Iraqi debt to Iran has begun Empty Iranian official: The process of repaying the Iraqi debt to Iran has begun

    Post by Rocky Sat 30 Apr 2022, 8:34 am

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    {Economic: Al-Furat News} The head of the Iranian-Iraqi Joint Chamber of Commerce, "Yahya Al-Ishaq," announced that the grounds had been provided to repay the Iraqi debts to Iran.
    Al-Ishaq said, "The normal procedures for paying Iran's financial dues, based on the agreements reached by the two countries, will begin in the coming days."
    Al Ishaq referred to the visit of the Iraqi Minister of Electricity, "Adel Karim" to Tehran, to discuss the repayment of the Iraqi debts owed to the Iranian Ministries of Energy and Oil, saying: "Continuous transactions between the two countries are conducted through the private and public sectors."
    He added that "the commercial exchanges of the public sector are taking place in the field of energy," noting that "the sector is asking Iraq for sums of money worth one billion dollars, and Baghdad will pay it based on the agreements reached by the two countries and within the framework of the Central Bank's strategy."
    He continued, "The Iranian private sector demands from Iraq sums of money worth 9 billion dollars, and there is no problem with the payment system, and they are received in different ways."
    He pointed to "good economic and political relations between Iran and Iraq," and continued, "Agreements were reached regarding the continuation of importing Iranian energy to continue trade between the two countries in this field, following the visit of the Iraqi Minister of Electricity to Iran."
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