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    The currency weapon is in Washington's hands to achieve its political goals

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    The currency weapon is in Washington's hands to achieve its political goals Empty The currency weapon is in Washington's hands to achieve its political goals

    Post by Rocky Tue 27 Feb 2024, 7:39 am

    [size=38]The currency weapon is in Washington's hands to achieve its political goals[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: Baghdad raises fears of escalating economic pressure from the United States, with the aim of preventing any step taken by Iraq that conflicts with Washington’s interests, especially with regard to the American military presence in Iraq, which is considered a country rich in oil resources.
    The economic papers that the United States possesses against Iraq include the money that Iraq deposits with the US Federal Bank from oil export revenues, a measure that goes back to the requirements of Chapter Seven of the United Nations procedures following the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990.
    In addition, economic pressures include the inclusion of new Iraqi companies and banks on sanctions lists issued by the US Treasury.
    The United States uses these economic files as pressure cards to confront the demands of a number of armed and political parties for the withdrawal of its military forces from Iraq.
    These papers are considered more dangerous to Iraq than the security and political aspects of the US withdrawal negotiations from Iraq, as economic pressure could affect the political and security stability in the country.
    For its part, Baghdad faces many challenges in dealing with this economic pressure, as it must balance the claims of the United States with its national interests, in light of the current economic and political conditions. In this context, the prospects for negotiations between Iraq and the United States remain crucial to achieving a balance that preserves Iraq's interest and ensures its stability in the long term.
    Member of the Finance Committee in the Iraqi Parliament, Jamal Kujar, confirmed that there are three economic files that the United States uses to pressure Iraq, namely the oil file, Iraqi funds in the US Treasury, and the dollar file, and that the release of Iraqi funds in the US Federal Bank has become conditional in accordance with American controls and specifications.
    Koger explained that these files represent strong and influential pressure cards if used against Iraq, because the Iraqi economy is fragile and depends entirely on oil revenues at a rate of up to 94% of the gross national product.
    Baghdad and Washington concluded two rounds of dialogue led by military representatives and advisors from both countries in Baghdad during the past weeks, focusing on formulating a final assessment demanded by the government of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, in order to set a timetable for the withdrawal of American forces from Iraq and end the role of the international coalition that has been in place for a year. 2014 to defeat ISIS.
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