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The Integrity Commission confirmed, on Monday (August 29, 2022), that most countries do not cooperate with Iraq to recover its money, while indicating the formation of several committees to return those funds from abroad.
The Director General of Recovery in the Authority, Vice President of the Iraq Funds Recovery Fund, Moataz Faisal Al-Abbasi, told the Iraqi News Agency and followed by IQ News, "Most countries do not cooperate with Iraq, as countries that have money in their banks do not give it easily and it is a general rule." .
Al-Abbasi pointed out, "The Integrity Commission is working to conclude agreements between countries for cooperation, but it collides with legal, judicial or political procedures, depending on the state and its cooperation, and therefore the matter is outside the integrity of the integrity or the Iraqi money recovery fund."
He added, "The Integrity Committee, and in accordance with the conference held in order to recover Iraq's funds abroad, formed many committees," stressing that "coordination is continuing in order to clearly implement the recommendations, and there is a lot of work with those countries."