In an interview with the "long" on Saturday, said Mary Helen Brinkel, Special Representative of the World Bank in Iraq, said that "the World Bank did not send any group or committee to the CBI to investigate the operations of corruption or money laundering so far. " But the responsible international confirmed "the determination of the World Bank to send a technical team to the Iraqi Central holds targets and functions of technology on the discussion of the question of reserves of cash assets of Iraq." and explains that " team will help the Iraqi Central Bank on how to manage backups of the assets of cash, "pointing out that" various international banks in the world use the reserve to generate revenue, and through that you these banks financed management costs banks, and provide the necessary training or other purposes. " and stressed Brinkel that "World Bank's mission in Iraq summed help the central bank to reach the best possible way to manage the reserve has, but we have not had any audit or examination of the work of the Iraqi Central." and about the relationship between the central Iraqi and Iraqi government, which is trying to control it, the official said international She said, "CBI is an independent body unrelated to the government and is not responsible for the government, and Parliament alone who has to do his job." He noted that "the performance of the Iraqi Central Bank, if it is flowing in the continuation of his work has to be an independent body." and opinion Bank International pressures facing the central bank, especially after the sacking of governor Sinan al-Shabibi and issue an arrest warrant against him, confirmed that "Shabibi man professional specialist and competent in the performance of his work, but the issue of his dismissal is a special case and sovereign of sovereignty of the country and freedom and are not concerned in this regard."