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    “Siemens will keep pace with Iraqi electricity.” The Ambassador: Iraqis requested bribes from German

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    “Siemens will keep pace with Iraqi electricity.” The Ambassador: Iraqis requested bribes from German Empty “Siemens will keep pace with Iraqi electricity.” The Ambassador: Iraqis requested bribes from German

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    [size=52]“Siemens will keep pace with Iraqi electricity.” The Ambassador: Iraqis requested bribes from German companies and we will be held accountable for that.[/size]

    [size=45]The German ambassador said that her country has 290 soldiers in Iraq who provide advice, training and cooperation, praising the “major development” in relations between the two countries in recent years, but at the same time she stressed that investors coming from Berlin are exposed to bargaining from parties that ask them for “royalties and bribes.” They refused to submit to this, and if they agreed, the German government would hold them accountable.[/size]
    [size=45]Christiana Homan, in an interview with journalist Hisham Ali:
    Iraqi-German relations have already developed in 2023. During the visit of Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, he signed an ambitious work program with German Chancellor Schulz, and we have defined our duties and ambitions in this program, and now we are working to achieve The points that we identified in this program, and I believe that the past year witnessed good communication between the two countries, not only on the political level, but also on a number of other levels. There is communication in the field of culture and economics.[/size]
    [size=45]The most prominent topics that Mr. Al-Sudani discussed in Germany were strengthening economic cooperation, and how to bring investments to Iraq. In Iraq, there is a need for two basic things, the first is investment, and the second is job creation. Al-Sudani also discussed the work of Siemens, which has been operating for a long time in Iraq. About a month ago, we signed an agreement to establish an electrical station that converts associated gas into electrical energy, and I believe that Iraq needs this project very much.[/size]
    [size=45]There is good parliamentary communication between Iraq and Germany. An Iraqi delegation visited Germany two months ago and discussed the drug file, which is a very important and urgent file. We discussed how to deal with addicts and how to deal with drug smuggling. There was an exchange of experiences on this subject, on how to help addicts. This exchange that is taking place today is greater and deeper than we were two years ago.[/size]
    [size=45]As for Iraq's electricity, there must be appropriate infrastructure for the electricity distribution network, and Siemens works on this, with the need to develop production because the country needs increasing energy.[/size]
    [size=45]I cannot compare corruption in Iraq between the past and the present time, as I have only been in Iraq for 8 months. However, there are some German investors who were asked for some kind of royalties, but they did not pay because the matter is illegal for us, and if they paid, they would be held accountable. legal in our countries, and I cannot reveal the identity of who requested money from our investors.[/size]
    [size=45]Germany provides military support to the Iraqi forces and the Peshmerga, as we grant 2 million euros annually in support, and the number of our forces in Iraq reaches 290 soldiers.[/size]
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