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    The national carrier is deeply in debt and 18 planes need $170 million to repair

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    The national carrier is deeply in debt and 18 planes need $170 million to repair Empty The national carrier is deeply in debt and 18 planes need $170 million to repair

    Post by Rocky Thu 25 May 2023, 5:17 am

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    Refund of funds in Kuwait and integrity regrets the decline in the level of Baghdad Airways - Qusay Munther[/size]
    [size=45]The Commission of Public Integrity revealed the losses of the Iraqi Airways Company affiliated to the Ministry of Transport, which exceeded 36 million dollars as a result of contracting with the British company Menzies, and confirmed that the company is mired in debt and half of its air fleet needs 170 million dollars to return it to service. In a statement yesterday, the authority called for (a review of the company's contracts that caused losses - 36,[/size]
    [size=45](The optimal commercial exploitation of civil aircraft.. An article written by expert Laith Abdel Karim Morsi, pg. 5)[/size]
    [size=45]Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani chaired a special meeting to discuss plans for the rehabilitation and development of Baghdad International Airport.[/size]
    [size=45]A statement received by Al-Zaman yesterday said, “The meeting witnessed discussion of the measures taken to announce the development and rehabilitation of the airport as an investment opportunity for specialized international companies, in cooperation with the International Finance Corporation, in addition to preparing an economic feasibility study for this vital and important project.”[/size]
    [size=45]For his part, Head of Integrity Haider Hanoun confirmed the recovery of more than 20 million dollars from Kuwait. Hanoun said in a statement yesterday that (the commission recovered an amount of 20 million and 437 thousand and 157 dollars, which was seized in the National Bank of the State of Kuwait, and it is from the funds of the Iraqi embassy for the year 1990 after the severance of relations), and he indicated that (this came through news received by the recovery fund Iraq money, where the money was searched and the full amount was recovered and duly returned to the state treasury through the central bank), and he added (we are currently in the process of discussions with a Swiss legal law firm, as an understanding has been reached with it and the procedures for contracting with it have been completed due to the importance of having such a legal entity representing us in Switzerland with the aim of knowing the amount of funds, whether they are financial, gold fibres, or gold bars in Switzerland, which belong to Iraq to work to recover them). In a development, the commission clarified that two summons orders were issued against the current governor of Dhi Qar, Muhammad al-Ghazi, and a number of department directors in the province.[/size]
    [size=45]The statement indicated that (the judge of the Nasiriyah Investigation Court, which is competent to look into cases of integrity, issued two summons orders against the current governor of Dhi Qar, as he is the head of the Land Distribution Committee in the province, as a result of the violations committed by allocating 3 real estate to the wounded in the demonstrations according to separate allocation reports, contrary to the regulations and instructions). In addition, the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, Faeq Zaidan, arrived in Morocco on a visit to discuss judicial cooperation. A statement received by (Al-Zaman) yesterday said that (Zidane arrived yesterday in Morocco at the head of a high-level judicial delegation, based on an official invitation from his counterpart, the delegated president of the Supreme Council of the Judicial Authority in Morocco, Muhammad Abd al-Nabawi).[/size]
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