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    An analysis detailing the significance of the Sudanese visit to France

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    An analysis detailing the significance of the Sudanese visit to France Empty An analysis detailing the significance of the Sudanese visit to France

    Post by Rocky Thu 26 Jan 2023, 5:25 am

    An analysis detailing the significance of the Sudanese visit to France



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    Shafaq News/ The Iraqi political analyst residing in Washington, Nizar Haider, spoke today, Thursday, about the importance of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a Al-Sudani's visit to France during the current stage.
    Haider told Shafaq News agency, "Iraq is looking for someone to invest in it, as it needs (233) billion dollars to start real sustainable development, according to the latest report issued by the World Bank in this regard, and for its part, France is fully prepared to share this ambition of Iraq, and therefore it sponsored The French President in the past 12/20/2022 conference (Baghdad 2) held in Jordan, to show a strong French commitment to Iraq.



    He added, "There are special relations between Paris and Baghdad at various levels, since the seventies until now, despite all the circumstances that passed through Iraq and the region, which were caused by Saddam Hussein's policies, which stopped the French presence in Iraq for a period of time, so that this presence returned significantly, especially during period of the war on terror.
    As Haidar pointed out, "Today, when the Sudanese government is showing its willingness to help Europe overcome the energy and gas crisis, specifically because of the war in Ukraine, it is very natural for Paris to embrace this willingness to be among those who benefit from Iraqi gas, especially since the (Total) company The French giant is the first in the world in revenues in the past year 2022. It is one of the largest international companies specialized in the field of gas in particular and petroleum in general. It is now responsible for exploration, extraction and division of revenues between Lebanon and Israel, as well as the supervisor of the gas pipeline project passing from the Kurdistan Region to Europe, passing through Turkish territory.
    He continued, "Al-Sudani seeks, during his current visit, to complete the deal with (Total) company, whose value is estimated at (27) billion dollars, and it is a deal that has been faltering for several reasons over recent years. Between Baghdad and Paris is underway, if Baghdad seizes the important opportunity to achieve sustainable development.
    The Iraqi political analyst residing in Washington confirmed that "seizing the opportunity requires a stable political and security environment, as well as legislation and laws that facilitate the process of building economic, financial and energy partnerships between Iraq and other countries, including and perhaps France on top."
    Today, Thursday, the Iraqi prime minister went to the French capital, Paris, at the official invitation of French President Emmanuel Macron.
    "The Iraqi government will seek to activate the agreements concluded between the two countries, especially in the transport, energy and investment sectors," Al-Sudani said, during written responses to questions by Agence France-Presse.
    In 2021, the French company "Total Energy" signed a contract with Iraq worth ten billion dollars, but difficulties impede its implementation, despite Baghdad's efforts to renew its electrical networks.
    The agreement with the "French giant" includes building collection and processing units for gas extracted from crude oil used for power generation and planning to build a photovoltaic power plant with a capacity of one gigawatt in southern Iraq.
    Al-Sudani expressed his hope for the establishment of security, saying, "We hope that there will be security cooperation between the two countries (...) especially in the field of training and developing Iraqi security capabilities, as well as in the field of arms purchase."
    Macron has visited Iraq twice since the beginning of his first term in 2017.
    And in December 2022, Macron called, during a regional conference to support Iraq, for Baghdad to take a path other than "the model dictated by the outside.
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