The crisis of "Dinar Alalak" pushing Iraq to open the files of currency bleeding and corruption exchange licenses
10/10/2018





For the third day in a row, the crisis of what is popularly known as "Dinars Al-Aalak" continues after the issuance of the new version of the Iraqi currency categories 250 and 500 dinars and 1000 dinars and the name of the Governor of the Central Bank acting Ali Muhsin Al-Alaq, which is contrary to the law that restricts the signature through the words of the Governor of the Central Bank or Signing above the words governor only.


The new "Arab" received information from informed sources, confirming that the Iraqi parliament will discuss, Thursday, during its scheduled morning the crisis of the new currency , while calling for deputies of the Sadrist movement and the Communist Party and the Axis Alliance to open the file of the Central Bank of Iraq fully and investigate charges The bleeding of the hard currency and the selectivity of the bank in granting work permits to exchange and transfer companies, and procedures for the sale of the dollar, as well as the reason for the survival of the post of governor by proxy.


An official in the legal department in the Iraqi parliament for "the new Arab", it is scheduled to be opened these files during today’s session, and in case of any circumstances or lack of completion of discussions will be completed the next session on the requests submitted to the President of Parliament by deputies.


The parliamentary official, who declined to be named, that the repercussions of the crisis put the central bank governor on the currency in contrast to the Iraqi law sparked a wide debate on the street, which led to the direction of Parliament to open the file of the bank as a whole.


The governor of the current bank is a member of the Islamic Dawa Party led by Nuri al-Maliki, and took the post of acting governor in 2014 and was before Secretary General of the Iraqi Council of Ministers during the first and second Maliki.


The issuance of the new Iraqi currency within the treatments of the crisis of cash and the damage of small currencies in the category of 250 dinars and 500 and 1000 dinars, and carried the new currencies, another change sparked a controversy, raising the verse "Say Allah is one" for the Iraqi currency, which is a tradition since the Abbasid state in Baghdad and until today , And was replaced by a painting of the marshes of southern Iraq, which are natural water bodies listed on the World Heritage List recently.


Official in The Central Bank of Iraq confirmed to the "new Arab" that what has been offered from the banknotes actually in the market during the past days through government and private banks amounted to about 7 billion dinars, and there are about 40 billion more ready to put in the market gradually during the coming period all bear the name And there are other sums that will reach Iraq, also printed in Switzerland.

The official, who declined to be named, added that another huge amount of the new currency was due to drop to the Iraqi market in early November, but there are doubts about this possibility because of strong opposition by parliament and demands to withdraw what was removed to the market immediately.


For its part, the Central Bank of Iraq issued a statement saying that "the bank has the right under the regulations to determine the categories of currency and metals, paper and its dimensions, forms, material, content, weight, design and other features.


He stressed that "the banknotes in various countries contain the signature of the issuing authority, which is the governor of the Central Bank. Some of them put the signature of the governor on his name, including the person who puts the signature without a name.


The central bank cited the dinar currency issued in 1932, pointing out that this approach is adopted by the central banks of Egypt, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Lebanon, Turkey and others, so the Central Bank of Iraq decided to include the name of the governor when reprinting or issuing any cash, The trends found in the signature alone lack the significance required by the word (governor) on the banknote.


While the move was considered a political propaganda for the governor of the Central Bank by proxy, members of the Iraqi parliament for the "new Arab" that the step indicates the weakness of institutions in the country to the extent that the government and parliament not aware of the new model of the currency only after it was issued.

A member of the Iraqi parliament , Asaad al – Abadi’s "new Arab", " The Governor of the Central Bank violated the law twice the first put his name on the new Iraqi currency, and the second that the law requires the bank to notify the Ministr of finance

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the
legislative, executive and regulatory institutions , such a move as stipulated in articles 32 And 33 of the law of the Central Bank of Iraq for 2004, so this error must be addressed, and is currently being developed frameworks and axes to open the case and discussed in the parliament and take decisions


On the part of the member of the Interim Finance Committee in the Iraqi parliament Alia Nassif, the "new Arab", that "there Law The governor and the central bank must be adhered to and there is no provision in the law indicates that the name of the governor may be added to the currency in addition to signing.

"Therefore I wish that the Governor of the Central Bank would not go in this direction because the perpetuation of the name shall be the work and the disengagement of the Central Bank of the existing pollutants either in the currency or the opening of private (private) banks absurdly … These are the acts that perpetuate and not the name in the banknote, Nassif.

for his part, MP said the national coalition Raad Aldhlki, for "new Arab", he said that if there were a real state of institutions there was a transparent debate on this subject with specialists in this field in order not to fall into these obstacles which we hope will not be negative repercussions on the people Iraqi and not be paid for through the worsening ofliving.

Aldhlki explained that " The Iraqi parliament will issue a clear and explicit decision by themeeting, on Thursday, what he sees fit to contain this and treat. "

Meanwhile, the Iraqi financial expert said Ahmed al – Hamdani for" new Arab "

Al-Hamdani pointed out that the Iraqi currency is printed in Switzerland and the state costs large amounts in hard currency and can be considered as a net now because withdrawing or destroying it means losing large amounts of money to Iraq, but at the same time the central bank governor and its board should be held accountable not only for the currency but also for charges and defaults Many people talk about, from specialists and observers since the transformation of one of the most important positions in the Iraqi state from the position of Mali to another political, according to his saying.



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Saleh assures the King of Jordan the need to provide Iraq with information on money smugglers and those wanted for the judiciary

11/15/2018

The President of the Republic Barham Salih of Jordan’s King Abdullah II, on Thursday, the need to provide Iraq with information on money smugglers and wanted to the judiciary, while calling for Jordanian companies to invest in Iraq, he pointed to the importance of facilitating the procedures for granting visas to Iraqis.

The Presidency of the Republic said in a statement received by Alsumaria News a copy of that, "President Barham Salih met, on Thursday, in Amman with Jordan’s King Abdullah II."

The two sides discussed the developments in the Arab region and the necessity of working to support the unity of the Arab ranks and the convergence of views on the issues related to the security and stability of the region.

They pointed out the importance of cooperation in activating the tripartite strategic partnership (Iraq / Jordan / Egypt ) "He said.

He pointed out that "the President of the Republic discussed with the King of Jordan the return of Iraqi frozen and smuggled funds, where he stressed the need to provide Iraq with information on smugglers and wanted to justice, as well as discuss coordination and military cooperation and exchange of information between the security services in both countries."

The statement added that "On the economic side, the two sides discussed the establishment of a free industrial city at the border port in Trebil, and the project of electricity connection between Iraq and Jordan through Anbar province ."

Saleh stressed, "according to the statement," the need to strengthen relations between the two countries by opening greater horizons for cooperation in the fields of trade and economic and security coordination common, "praising" Jordan’s position on Iraq in its war against terrorism. "

"The victory of Iraq and the defeat of the terrorist organization is a victory for the region and the world. It is necessary to preserve this victory by standing up against everything that destabilizes peace and stability," he said. "He said.

He urged the President of the Republic "Jordanian companies to invest in Iraq," pointing at the same time to "the importance of facilitating the procedures for granting visas to Iraqis."

For his part, the Jordanian King "congratulations on the assumption of the President of the Republic Barham Saleh functions," stressing his country’s keenness on "security and stability of Iraq."

It is noteworthy that President Barham Salih arrived earlier in the day, Thursday, to Jordan on an official visit.

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Washington reveals its "new" ambassador in Baghdad .. This is his history
11/9/2018



Baghdad:
US President Donald Trump plans to nominate Matthew Toler as US ambassador to Iraq, replacing Douglas Seelman, who has represented his country in Iraq since 2016.

"If he succeeds, he will succeed Douglas Seleman, who has spent nearly two years as ambassador to Baghdad," the White House said in a statement.

Toller is the US ambassador to Yemen since 2014 and was ambassador to Kuwait, as he has worked for Washington embassies in Cairo, Baghdad, Kuwait and Riyadh in various positions.

He served in the US State Department as deputy director of the North Gulf office and an official in the Egyptian office, as well as deputy director of the North Gulf Affairs Office at the Foreign Ministry.

He holds a bachelor’s degree from Prigham Yang University and a Masters from Harvard University, an SIA IntelligenceAward and two Presidential Honorary Awards, a Baker Wilkins Award from the State Department for the post of Deputy Chief of Mission, and fluent in Arabic.

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Turkish Nationality: The Most Desired Citizenship Program among GCC Expats

Citizenship by Investment programs have been witnessing some major changes and one of them is the introduction of the new Turkish citizenship program which was published on the Official Gazette and entered into force in September 2018. The new law requires a minimum Real Estate investment of USD 250,000 and the citizenship could be obtained in approximately 6 months.

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The Iraqi dinar exchange globally today
10/4/2018

Knozmedia

– U.S. dollar

US Dollar = US $ 1,190.0000

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0008 USD

Euro EUR 1 Euro = 1,370.8177 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0007 Euro

– Sterling pound

GBP 1 GBP = 1,544.9229 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0006 £

Canadian Dollar

Canadian Dollar 1 Canadian Dollar = 927.5859 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0011 Canadian Dollars

Australian Dollar

Australian Dollar 1 Australian Dollar = 847.9891 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0012 Australian Dollars

– Japanese Yen

JPY 1 JPY = 10.4025 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar

Swiss Franc

Swiss Franc 1 Swiss Franc = 1,202.1416 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0008 Swiss Franc

Turkish Lira

Turkish Lira 1 Turkish Lira = 197.0975 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0051 Turkish Lira

Chinese Yuan

Chinese yuan = 1 yuan = 173.2421 Iraqi dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0058 Chinese Yuan

– Thai Baht

Thai Baht 1 THB = 36.5931 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0273 Thai Baht

– Ringit Malaysia

Ringgit Malaysia 1 Ringgit Malaysia = 287.4743 Iraqi Dinar

Ringtone Malaysia

Indian Shrimp

Indian Rupee 1 Indian Rupee = 16,141 Iraqi Dinars

Indian Rupee

The Iranian Rial

Rial Omani Iranian Rial = 0.0280 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = 35,7118 Iranian Riyals

Arab currencies

– Egyptian Pound

Egyptian Pound 1 Egyptian Pound = 66.4192 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0151 Egyptian Pounds

– Saudi riyal

Saudi Riyal 1 Saudi Riyal = 317.3460 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0032 SAR

– The UAE Dirham

United Arab Emirates dirham = 323.9770 Iraqi Dinar

1 ID = 0.0031 AED

Sudanese Pound

Sudanese Pound 1 Sudanese Pound = 66.1111 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0151 Sudanese pounds

– Algerian dinar

The Algerian Dinar =

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0995 Algerian Dinars

– The Bahraini Dinar

Bahraini Dinar = BD 3,156,6913

1 Iraqi Dinars = BD 0.0003

– Jordanian Dinar

Jordanian Dinar = JD 1 = 1,675.8085 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0006 JD

Kuwait Dinar

Kuwaiti Dinar = KD 3,920,5480

IQD = KD 0.0003

Lebanese Pound

Lebanese Pound = LBP = 0.7881 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = LBP 1.2689

Libyan Dinar

Libyan Dinar 1 Libyan Dinar = 857.3796 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = 0.0012 Libyan Dinars

The Moroccan Dirham

Moroccan dirham 1 Moroccan dirham = 125.7059 Iraqi dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = 0.0080 Moroccan Dirhams

Mauritanian Ounces

Mauritanian ouguiya 1 Mauritanian ouguiya = 3.3333 Iraqi dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.3000 Mauritanian ouguiya

– Syrian Lira

Syrian Pound 1 Syrian Pounds = 2,3106 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.4328 Syrian Pounds

Somali Shilling

Somali Shilling 1 Somali Shilling = 2.0553 Iraqi Dinar

Somali Shillings

Omani Rial

Omani Rial 1 Omani Rial = 3,091,5676 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = RO 0.0003

Qatar Riyal

Qatari Riyal 1 Qatari Riyal = 326.8333 Iraqi Dinars

1 IQD = 0.0031 QAR

– The Tunisian Dinar

Tunisian dinar 1 Tunisian dinar = 422.8104 Iraqi dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = 0.0024 Tunisian Dinars

The Yemeni Riyal

Yemeni Riyal 1 Yemeni Riyal = 4.7533 Iraqi Dinars

Iraqi Dinar = 0.2104 Yemeni Riyals

– The Djiboutian Franc

Djibouti Franc = Djibouti Franc = IQD 6,6854

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.1496 Djibouti Franc

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Digital Media: Cancellation of European sanctions on the Central Bank will activate the PayPal service officially

Thursday 13 September

Alsumaria News / Baghdad

The Center for Digital Media, on Thursday, that the abolition of European sanctions on the Central Bank will lead to the activation of PayPal service officially in Iraq.

The Center said in a statement received by Alsumaria News a copy of it, "The abolition of European sanctions on the Central Bank of Iraq will make it a reliable financial institutions to deal with European institutions and thus eliminate the obstacles to activate the services of PayPal officially in Iraq."

"PayPal is considered the best and most popular bank in the world, providing users with digital financial services. Thousands of e-shops and e-commerce sites support PayPal, which was established in 1998 and supports Arab countries – Qatar, Oman, Yemen, Kuwait, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco and Somalia. "

The Central Bank of Iraq announced on Thursday that it was officially released from the list of EU sanctions, pointing out that it has become a reliable financial institutions dealing with European international institutions.

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Iraq invests $ 24.5 billion in US Treasuries
8/14/2018

The Arab countries’ investments in US Treasury bills and bonds at the end of May amounted to about $ 310.2 billion .

According to US Treasury data, 11 Arab countries invest funds in US Treasuries and Treasuries, accounting for 5 percent of total global investment in these bonds of $ 6.21 trillion .

Saudi Arabia holds the largest share of Arab investments in US Treasuries and Treasuries, with a 52.3 percent stake, valued at 162.1 billion, representing 2.6 percent of the world’s investments in the US debt instrument .

The UAE came second with $ 60 billion in investments, representing 19.3 percent of Arab investments and 1 percent of world investments.

Thirdly, Kuwait has invested $ 43.9 billion, representing 14.1 percent of Arab investments and 0.7 percent of world investments.

Fourth, Iraq came with investments of $ 24.5 billion, representing 7.9 percent of Arab investments and 0.4 percent of world investments .

Followed by Oman with investments of $ 12 billion, representing 3.9 percent of Arab investments and 0.2 percent of world investments .

Morocco ranked sixth with investments of $ 2.2 billion, representing 0.7 percent of Arab investments and 0.04 percent of world investments.

Egypt with investments of $ 2.2 billion, representing 0.7 percent of Arab investments and 0.04 percent of world investments.

Qatar was the eighth with investments of $ 1.2 billion (4.5 billion riyals), representing 0.4 per cent of Arab investments and 0.02 per cent of world investments .

Ninth Bahrain, with investments of US $ 838 million (SR 3.1 billion), represents 0.3 per cent of Arab investments and 0.01 per cent of global investments .

And Algeria, with investments of $ 681 million, representing 0.2 percent of Arab investments and 0.01 percent of world investments .

Finally, Mauritania came with investments of $ 562 million (2.1 billion riyals), representing 0.2 percent of Arab investments and 0.01 percent of world investments .

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The Iraqi dinar exchange globally on Wednesday
8/1/2018

Knozmedia – for foreign currencies

– USD 1 USD = 1,197.6000 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0008 USD


– Euro 1 Euro = 1,399.4333 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0007 Euro


– GBP 1 £ = 1,570.2399 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0006 £


Canadian Dollar 1 Canadian Dollar = 920.2892 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0011 Canadian Dollars


Australian Dollar 1 Australian Dollar = 887.9069 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0011 Australian Dollars


– Japanese Yen 1 Japanese Yen = 10.7038 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar =


Swiss Franc 1 Swiss Franc = 1,207.4139 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0008 Swiss Franc


Turkish Lira 1 Turkish Lira = 243.6816 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0041 Turkish Lira


– Chinese yuan 1 Chinese yuan = 175.7403 Iraqi dinars

1 IQD = 0.0057 Chinese Yuan


– Thai Baht 1 THB = 36.1049 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0277 Thai Baht


– Ringit Malaysia 1 Ringgit Malaysia = 296.0985 Iraqi Dinar

Ringtone Malaysia


– Indian Rupee 1 Indian Rupee = 17.4684 Iraqi Dinar

Indian Rupee


The Iranian Rial 1 Iranian Rial = 0.0273 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 36.6014 Iranian Riyals


Arab currencies

1 Egyptian Pound = 67.0286 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0149 Egyptian Pounds


Saudi Riyal 1 Saudi Riyal = 319.3643 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar =


– The UAE Dirham (AED) = 326.0390 Iraqi Dinar

1 ID = 0.0031 AED


Sudanese Pound 1 Sudanese Pound = 66.2903 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0151 Sudanese pounds


– Algerian dinar 1 Algerian dinar = 10.1728 Iraqi dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = 0.0983 Algerian Dinars


– Bahraini Dinar = BD 3,166,7125

1 Iraqi Dinars = BD 0.0003


– Jordanian Dinar = JD 1 = 1,687,941 Iraqi Dinars

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0006 JD


– Kuwaiti Dinar = KD 3,954,9291

IQD = KD 0.0003


Lebanese Pound = LBP = 0.7887 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = LBP 1.2679


– Libyan Dinar 1 Libyan Dinar = 869.2875 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = 0.0012 Libyan Dinars


– Moroccan Dirham 1 Moroccan Dirham = 126.7560 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0079 Moroccan Dirham


– Mauritanian ouguiya 1 Mauritanian ouguiya = 3.3688 Iraqi dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.2968 Mauritanian ouguiya


– Syrian Pound 1 Syrian Pounds = 2.3255 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.4300 Syrian Pounds


Somali Shilling. Somali Shilling

Somali Shillings


Omani Rial Omani Rial = 3,111,5707 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = RO 0.0003


Qatari Riyal 1 Qatari Riyal = 328.9206 Iraqi Dinars

1 IQD = 0.0030 QAR


– The Tunisian Dinar 1 Tunisian Dinar = 445.1052 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0022 Tunisian Dinars


Yemeni Riyal 1 Yemeni Riyal = 4.7847 Iraqi Dinars

IQD = 0.2090 Yemeni riyals


– Djibouti Franc 1 Djibouti Franc = 6.7281 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.1486 Djibouti Franc

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The Iraqi dinar exchange globally on Tuesday
7/10/2018

Knozemedia – Foreign Currencies

– USD 1 USD = 1,190.0000 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0008 USD

– Euro 1 Euro = 1,397.8293 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0007 Euro

– Pound sterling = £ 1,576.7792 Iraqi dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0006 £

– Canadian Dollar 1 Canadian Dollar = 907.2750 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0011 Canadian Dollars

Australian Dollar 1 Australian Dollar = 888.1127 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0011 Australian Dollars

– Japanese Yen = JPY = 10.7364 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar =

Swiss Franc 1 Swiss Franc = 1,199.5968 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0008 Swiss Franc

Turkish Lira 1 Turkish Lira = 254.0200 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0039 Turkish Lira

– Chinese Yuan 1 Chinese Yuan = 179.7732 Iraqi Dinars

1 IQD = 0.0056 Chinese Yuan

– Thai Baht 1 Thai Baht = 35.9739 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0278 Thai Baht

– Ringit Malaysia 1 Ringit Malaysia = 295.3220 Iraqi Dinar

Ringtone Malaysia

– Indian Rupee 1 Indian Rupee = 17,330 Iraqi Dinars

Indian Rupee

The Iranian Rial 1 Iranian Rial = 0.0277 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi dinar = 36.0716 Iranian riyal

Arab currencies

Egyptian Pound. Egyptian Pound

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0151 Egyptian Pounds

Saudi Riyal 1 Saudi Riyal = 316,1992 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0032 SAR

– The UAE Dirham (AED) = 323.9700 Iraqi Dinar

1 ID = 0.0031 AED

– Sudanese Pound 1 Sudanese Pound = 66.1111 Iraqi Dinars

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0151 Sudanese pounds

– The Algerian Dinar 1 Algerian Dinar = 10.1435 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0986 Algerian Dinars

– Bahraini Dinar = BD 3,134,6971

1 Iraqi Dinars = BD 0.0003

– Jordanian Dinar 1 JD = 1,676,0351 Iraqi Dinars

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0006 JD

– Kuwaiti Dinar = KD 3,934,3525

IQD = KD 0.0003

Lebanese Pound = LBP = 0.7851 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = LBP 1.2737

– Libyan Dinar 1 Libyan Dinar = 868.6131 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinars = 0.0012 Libyan Dinars

– Moroccan Dirham 1 Moroccan Dirham = 126.1194 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.0079 Moroccan Dirham

Mauritanian Ouguiya 1 Mauritanian ouguiya = 3.3474 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.2987 Mauritanian ouguiya

Syrian Pound 1 Syrian Pound = 2.3107 Iraqi Dinar

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.4328 Syrian Pounds

Somali Shilling 1 Somali Shilling = 2.0570 Iraqi Dinar

Somali Shillings

Omani Rials Omani Rial = 3,090,6281 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinars = RO 0.0003

Qatari Riyal 1 Qatari Riyal = 326.8333 Iraqi Dinars

1 IQD = 0.0031 QAR

– The Tunisian Dinar 1 Tunisian Dinar = 455.3630 Iraqi Dinar

Iraqi Dinar = 0.0022 Tunisian Dinars

– Yemeni Riyal 1 Yemeni Riyal = 4.7534 Iraqi Dinars

Iraqi Dinar = 0.2104 Yemeni Riyals

– Djibouti Franc 1 Djibouti Franc = 6.6835 Iraqi Dinars

1 Iraqi Dinar = 0.1496 Djibouti Franc

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