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BELGRADE (Serbia), December 14 (SeeNews) – Serbia's central bank, the NBS, said on Friday the share of dinar-denominated loans extended by local banks in the first nine months of 2017 stood at 35.8%, down by one percentage point on the year. The share of dinar-denominated deposits of …

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Abadi: The world owes Iraq its sacrifices and suffering and its fight against terrorism
12/14/2017

He called for creating a good environment for the citizen
Baghdad / Follow-up morning

Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi said Iraq’s move towards reconstruction and concern for the environment, which was neglected because of the wars, pointing out that the main reasons for the entry of terrorism into Iraq is corruption, while stressing that the Peshmerga is part of our armed forces, pointed out that the great Iraqi successes call for the international community To stand with Iraq, calling for work on sustainable development and human and create a good environment for the citizen.


"Iraq has cleared its territory of terrorists and moved towards reconstruction and concern for the environment that has been neglected for decades by wars," Abadi said on the sidelines of
the Paris Climate Conference, just before his visit to the capital and his return to Baghdad.

"The world owes Iraq its sacrifices. Suffering and the fight against terrorism. "
Abadi added that «great Iraqi successes call on the international community to stand with Iraq», pointing out that «there is an international trend to support Iraq,

and we benefit from the atmosphere of international meetings to create an environment conducive to investment and to support the economy and reconstruction of Iraq, and initiatives to support Iraq has now begun».


"The fight against corruption is part of the reconstruction and stability. If there is corruption, there can be no reconstruction and stability in the country," he said. "One of the reasons for the entry of terrorism into Iraq is corruption and fighting it is an essential and vital part."

"The Peshmerga is part of our forces, and we have lived like all the fighters. We fought alongside the Iraqi army and the rest of our forces in the liberation of Mosul.

There are those who wanted to differentiate between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army through the referendum and the army. Iraq should cooperate with it ».

"What was put forward at the Paris climate conference is that Iraq can be a shining picture of the countries that have been exposed to terrorism and how they have risen again, and terrorism is looking for other places, but it will not work as long as we are cooperating," Abadi said.

"We do not want the world to give up on us after we have accomplished our task of eradicating terrorism and liberating our territories and keeping Iraq united," he said, noting that "he is calling for a very serious terrorist organization and we should be careful about how to root out its roots not only militarily but intellectually. Its goals and its ability to recruit young people ».

"Iraq is a success story in eradicating terrorism, and we must preserve this achievement and preserve the unity of Iraq," he said. "Iraqis are equal in rights and duties regardless of religion or nationality. This message is important and we have established it in Iraq."

"Today, Iraq has changed, and the world is coming to him. We have identified the assistance of the international community to us when we fought and supported a group of nations. We did not expand it and did not fight on Iraqi soil other than the Iraqis," he said.

"We do not want the world to donate billions of dollars to us. We are realists and we need basic things," he said. "Iraq must remain a center of attention for its successful experiment. We must preserve this status. Iraqis are capable of renaissance."

The Prime Minister, before the end of his visit to the French capital presiding over Iraq’s delegation to the climate summit, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, who stressed the stand of the international organization with Iraq in the reconstruction and stability.

"Guterres congratulated Abadi on the great victory the Iraqis have achieved on a preacher," he said, adding that he "looks forward to Iraq being a successful example among nations."

"The two sides discussed during the meeting cooperation in the trial of terrorists and those who supported them, and fight their deviant ideas," the statement added.

Upon his return to Baghdad, the Prime Minister chaired the third session of the Supreme Council for Population in the presence of a number of ministers concerned.

"We are in a new phase after the completion of a military call, and we have to give hope to the citizen by advancing the work and making the priorities that he needs, and not only by numerical statistics, but by working on sustainable and human development and creating a good environment," Abadi said.

Of the citizen ».
The statement also referred to the government’s priorities in returning the displaced and informing them that their return to their homes and towns is better than staying in the camps.
"Abadi also listened to the ministers’ remarks and briefed on the national document on population policies prepared by the supervisory committee to draw up a promising population policy in Iraq over the coming years."

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Iraq is going to attract big investors

12/14/2017

As the government, after winning the final victory on "Dahesh", sought to attract major investors in the region and the world, a financial expert urged quick amendments to the investment laws and regulations and made them more flexible with a plan to launch a real partnership between the public and private sectors.

Thamer Al-Azzawi told Al-Sabah: "The discussions currently being held between the decision-makers in the country, traders, investors and representatives of the private sector, including working to promote the Iraqi economy through the launch of a package of reforms during the next year."

An element attracting and added that "these positive steps, and can have the Iraqi market move, but the most important element is to build trust, and it must begin implementation on the ground, in order to be attractive to investors element."

"It will open new horizons for development in the country, because investment is one of the structures of the superpowers, and governments can no longer do everything," he said. But he called for "quick adjustments" On the laws and legislation to urge investors to withdraw their money and shuffle in Iraq. "

Development goals
should be noted that the Minister of Planning , Dr. Salman al – Jumaili had said during an earlier meeting with the Iraqi private sector representatives, he said that " the government wants the private sector to be an active and influential, because it is aware of the possibility of this sector and its ability to achieve development goals, especially in the field of investment."

Senior investors

"Iraq is on the verge of a new stage of building, reconstruction, opening up to investment and seeking to attract large investors to the country," he said. "We must give our Iraqi private sector the opportunity to be a strong competitor.

He pointed out that "Iraq’s economic and investment relations have seen a significant development during the recent period, including relations with the sister Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has been the formation of the high-level coordination between the two countries," calling at the same time, "the private sector to provide an appropriate vision on investment operations in the country "He said.

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