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    Baghdad Today - translation
    Reuters revealed the international news agency, today, Tuesday, the current position of Prime Minister Mohammed Shia Al-Sudani in his diplomatic relationship with Washington and Tehran, while noting that mafias smuggle 100 million dollars a month out of Iraq. 
    And the agency described, through an analysis of its translation (Baghdad Today), "the current position of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudanese as 'walking the rope' with regard to balancing Iraqi relations with his two allies, the United States and Iran.” 
    The agency said, according to the analysis, that "Al-Sudanese is on a (sensitive diplomatic path) with regard to US-Iranian relations, as Baghdad still enjoys positive relations with both sides," which put him, according to the agency, "under pressure from both sides." 
    The agency reported a statement by Representative Aqil al-Fatlawi, in which he accused "Washington of trying to (blackmail) the Sudanese government by working to topple his government using the dollar crisis in case he did not cooperate with the American goals in Iraq, as he described it.
    "The US government is telling Al-Sudani, in short, that we will overthrow the government if it does not work with us against Iran," he said, according to the agency. 
    According to Reuters, "The American message was confirmed by a high-level official who refused to reveal his identity to the agency," stressing that "the government is still in the process of searching for solutions to avoid the dollar crisis and the subsequent crisis." in obtaining the Iraqi dinar from the local market.”  
    Reuters indicated that "Al-Sudani's reliance on the good intentions of the United States regarding its relationship with the Iraqi government put him in a position of pressure," adding, quoting political researcher Ahmed Younis, that "Al-Sudani now faces a major challenge In maintaining balance in Iraqi relations with both Washington and Tehran without taking one side against the other," noting that "this task is very difficult and requires the Sudanese to walk the rope," as he described it.
    Al-Sudanese security officials confirmed to him, according to information obtained by the agency, “the existence of what they described as (currency-smuggling mafias), confirming that they have (strong evidence) against those mafias, which they said smuggled about $100 million a month out of Iraq.” 
    And the agency stated that "the smuggling operations that the agency talked about led to great damage to the Iraqi economy, in addition to the American restrictions that (increased the Iraqi politicians' anger against the United States of America), especially after it left a A large gap in the Iraqi economy, and the Sudanese government is still looking for appropriate ways to close it.
    The agency indicated that it was "one of the reasons that called for the exemption of the former central bank governor, Mustafa Ghaleb." 
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