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    Post by Rocky Mon 13 Feb 2023, 7:05 am

    Parliamentary Finance discusses with the delegation of the seven industrialized countries supporting projects in the 2023 budget
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    {Politics: Al Furat News} The Parliamentary Finance Committee discussed, today, Monday, with the delegation of the seven industrialized countries, supporting projects in the 2023 budget
    And the media department of the House of Representatives stated in a statement, received by {Euphrates News}, that "the Parliamentary Finance Committee, headed by Representative Atwan Al-Atwani, and the presence of the first deputy chairman of the committee, Ahmed Mazhar, and the deputy head of the committee, Ikhlas Al-Dulaimi, held a joint meeting of the Group of Seven member states, Martin Yeager, the German ambassador, Gregory Calivan, Ambassador of Canada, Elena Romanovsky, Ambassador of the United States of America, Keniji Ma Samoto, Ambassador of Japan, British Chargé d’Affairs Serena Stone, French Chargé d’Affairs Christine Paris, and Julia Mazara, First Secretary, to discuss the possibility of supporting projects in the Federal General Budget Law for the year 2023 and number of files. 
    And the statement added, "The committee welcomed, at the outset of the meeting, which was held in the guest house in the Council of Ministers, members of the delegation, and appreciated the initiative to support Iraq in managing financial and economic resources and working on the right path, reviewing the council's vision on the federal general budget law and continuous communication with the government and the Ministry of Finance to complete all appropriate requirements and ideas." Which helps in all aspects of life, in terms of social care and provision of decent living, as well as the importance of including a larger number of families below the poverty line and improving the ration card. 
    The committee confirmed that the budget includes allocations for the health sectors related to the construction and development of hospitals, and the energy that previous governments suffer from, represented by the production of renewable energy through wind and solar energy, as well as a proposal to benefit from waste recycling through plasma that is not harmful to the environment, in addition to focusing on the private sector and its importance. In providing job opportunities, enabling performance, and reducing dependence on the oil side. 
    And she stressed "the need to communicate with the source countries to enable the safe passage of water, especially with the vulnerability of climate change, noting the willingness to continue discussions to reach correct results." 
    For his part, the delegation of the industrialized countries thanked the Finance Committee for the hospitality, stressing that the meeting is the main axis to reach the desired results, indicating its keenness to know the Parliament’s approach regarding the budget to meet challenges, in addition to important axes such as the energy file related to climate change, the private sector, and joint action. In support of the Sudanese government and the ongoing dialogues on the issue of changing the exchange rate and the banking sector
     He added that the dialogue on the exchange rate is a great opportunity for the necessary reforms in this sector, as well as supporting Iraq in the field of using associated gas in a constructive way for Iraq to enter the financial market and support it in combating corruption, and emphasizing the implementation of projects, and the delegation added the importance of an appropriate environment in the field of partnership between Iraq companies within the strategic agreement; To establish business and investment, in addition to providing water support, and dealing with desertification. 
    The delegation of the Member States expressed its willingness to harness all experiences in providing assistance and confirming priorities, in supporting small and medium projects, and looking forward to cooperation with the Iraqi Council of Representatives. 
    At the end of the meeting, the Finance Committee affirmed its happiness for this meeting, recalling the presence of the international community and its standing with Iraq in fighting Daesh, and entering into the financial and economic aspects.
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    Post by Rocky Mon 13 Feb 2023, 2:56 pm

    Parliamentary Finance calls on the Group of Seven economic countries to support Iraq

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    Economy News - Baghdad
    The Parliamentary Finance Committee revealed, on Monday, its vision regarding preparing the budget for the current year, while stressing the need to urge the upstream countries to give Iraq its prescribed water share.
    The head of the committee, Atwan Al-Atwani, said in a statement, "Today he chaired the meeting of the Parliamentary Finance Committee with the delegation of the seven industrialized countries," noting that "we presented our vision regarding preparing the budget for the current year, and we also discussed a number of important files related to various production and service sectors."
    Al-Atwani stressed, "The need for the current year's budget to address the urgent needs and demands of society, especially the vulnerable classes," noting that "the budget will include expanding coverage of the social protection network grant, improving and increasing the ration card items."
    And he emphasized "giving the health sector great importance in the budget by including the establishment of health projects, such as building new and advanced hospitals and completing the lagging ones, as well as establishing specialized centers for the treatment of cancer and heart diseases," calling on "the Group of Seven economic countries to support Iraq and enable it to develop its oil sector, And the establishment of major projects for the refining and production of oil derivatives to meet the country's need for these derivatives internally instead of excessive reliance on importing them from abroad.
    Regarding the electricity file, Al-Atwani welcomed the "new government approach by moving towards the production of renewable energy," expressing his "full support for the agreements and contracts concluded recently with solid international companies, whether Siemens and GE, to develop this vital and important sector in a manner that meets the aspirations of citizens."



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