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    Central Bank denies stopped pumping money from its accounts in the US Federal

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     Central Bank denies stopped pumping money from its accounts in the US Federal Empty Central Bank denies stopped pumping money from its accounts in the US Federal

    Post by Lobo Wed 04 Nov 2015, 11:37 am

    2015/11/04 

    Central Bank denies stopped pumping money from its accounts in the US Federal

    Denied the Iraqi Central Bank, on Wednesday, the news reported by some newspapers and news sites about pumping money from his accounts to the US Federal halt, as he emphasized continuing to conduct all activities of accounts being the only one responsible for it.

    He said the Iraqi Central Bank in a statement received (range Press), a copy of which, "The news reported by some newspapers and news sites about the stop pumping money from his accounts to the US Federal baseless".

    The statement added that "the Iraqi Central Bank continuously conducting all events of accounts being the only party responsible for that."

    The US economic newspaper confirmed on Tuesday the (3 November 2015), that the United States is concerned about the possibility of leakage of millions of dollars of the money that you send to Iraq to destinations "hostile, especially organizing Daash", or "prohibited" under international sanctions such as Iran, and in the While it is shown that Washington agreed with Baghdad on strengthening surveillance and control measures, especially on the currency auction, many banking offices that the accused had "suspicious links."

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