The Iraqi Prime Minister said in an interview on Monday that the central banks of Iran and Iraq are working to establish a mechanism to regulate trade and eliminate the parallel market.
Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani said on Monday that business in Iraq has now become reliable and real. Speaking to reporters, he said: The central banks in Iran and Iraq are working to establish a mechanism to regulate trade and eliminate the parallel market.
The Prime Minister of Iraq referred to the water crisis in this country, and said: “Today we are facing a global water crisis, and Iraq and the region are facing it because of climate change.” He added: “This summer was the most difficult season in the history of the Iraqi government, and water resources decreased to this extent for the first time.”
Of course, the Iraqi Prime Minister said that the Iranian side had made a major discharge in the Karun River.
Al-Sudani referred to the recent movements of American forces in Iraq and Syria, and said that these movements were a process of replacing one brigade with another brigade from the forces present in Syria.
He added that any movement in the Iraqi bases that include American military advisors will be made with the approval of the Iraqi government.
The Iraqi Prime Minister stressed that the movement of any military force in this country will not take place without notifying the central government.
Al-Sudani also referred to the country’s fight against the terrorist organization ISIS, and said that we obtained important information about the whereabouts of ISIS leaders in Iraq and targeted these places.
He added that his country’s strategy is to target ISIS, and we will not wait for attacks by this group anywhere.
In this interview, the Iraqi Prime Minister confirmed that Iraq does not need foreign military forces and announced this clearly. Al-Sudani added that Iraq is part of the international efforts to combat the terrorist organization ISIS.
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