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    Warnings of the consequences of neglecting the Chinese agreement on the Iraqi economy

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    Post by rocky Mon 20 Mar 2023, 7:39 am

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     Information/Baghdad.. 
    Political analyst Adnan Al-Kinani warned, on Monday, the government of the consequences of neglecting the implementation of the Chinese agreement with Iraq due to Western pressure, indicating that it is not possible to abandon Chinese expertise and companies in achieving a quantum leap by completing it. strategic projects and infrastructure. 
    Al-Kinani said in a statement to Al-Maalouma, "The government's approach towards Chinese companies to implement projects is a good step, because we will not be able to achieve a qualitative leap by completing strategic projects and infrastructure except through fast-paced Chinese companies." 
    He added, "Cooperation and a return to the Sino-Iraqi agreement have become a necessity, as well as the revival of the Silk Road, which will generate huge amounts of money for Iraq and open hundreds of thousands of job opportunities. Therefore, the Sudanese government has no choice but to go to Chinese companies and activate previous agreements.
     The leader of the State of Law coalition, former MP Jassim Muhammad Jaafar, had accused the United States of exerting pressure to prevent Iraq from heading towards the Chinese agreement, indicating that the share of the investment plan was not sufficient to implement strategic projects.
    In a statement to Al-Maalouma, Jaafar said, "The Americans are still exerting great pressure on the Iraqi government by various means, including the recent dollar crisis and others, in order to prevent Iraq from moving towards the Chinese agreement in the field of construction and investment." End / 25 m
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    Political analyst Adnan Al-Kinani warned, on Monday, the government of the consequences of neglecting the implementation of the Chinese agreement with Iraq due to Western pressure, indicating that it is not possible to abandon Chinese expertise and companies in achieving a quantum leap by completing strategic projects and infrastructure.
    Al-Kinani said in a press interview seen by “Takadum” that “the government’s approach towards Chinese companies to implement projects is a good step, because we will not be able to achieve a qualitative leap by completing strategic projects and infrastructure except through fast-paced Chinese companies.”
    He added, "Cooperation and a return to the Sino-Iraqi agreement have become a necessity, as well as the revival of the Silk Road, which will generate huge amounts of money for Iraq and open hundreds of thousands of job opportunities. Therefore, the Sudanese government has no choice but to go to Chinese companies and activate previous agreements."
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