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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

KTFA UPDATE, 23 MAY

MrK:  Frank,I just had a thought....what if may 17th was the announcement of liberation and A said cmon in International world, and if you look at Iraq like a fancy new club and A unlatched the velet rope of the LL and the meeting this last weekend with T was like he is the bouncer getting the LL in order...

SA your on the list go ahead to you lr special table...

Kuwait, on the list...

Jordan, yup your on there take your table....

Qutar... yep, your on the list...

FRANK, FRANKIE!! The LL is going in the building and when they are all at their table what is going to happen.... TA DA!!!!!

I Think I got the picture of what really happened this weekend!!! IMO
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Samson:  IRAQ RELEASES PLANS TO IMPROVE AND ENHANCE THE LIVING CONDITIONS OF IRAQI CITIZENS

23rd May, 2017

The plan aims at creating balance between population growth and the needs of development for better lives for the people.

Iraqi Planning Ministry is planning a report to draw the population policies of the countries, according to international standards.

The plan aims at creating balance between population growth and the needs of development for better lives for the people.

The report will concentrate on reforming the economic system and to turn to services economy.

The 3% population growth in Iraq led some economic circles and experts to form a sovereign fund for the coming generations, but others believe that the formation of this fund will oblige Iraq for foreign loans and the support of the donators.

http://iraqdailyjournal.com/story-z15330260

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Samson:  Kubis: days Daesh in Iraq are numbered and the liberation of Mosul is inevitable

Kubis: days Daesh in Iraq are numbered and the liberation of Mosul is inevitable 15:56 23rd May, 2017

 Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Iraq, Jan Kubis, announced that the days of the terrorist Daesh gangs in Iraq are numbered and the liberation of Mosul is inevitable. "


Kubis in a speech before the UN Security Council said that since the beginning of the military operation to liberate Mosul, leaving seven hundred thousand people lost their homes, while about two hundred thousand people remain in areas controlled by "Daesh" right coast connector neighborhoods, pointing out that these people are suffering from a severe shortage of food and drinking water

Pointing out that the creation of the necessary conditions for the return of people to their areas must be one of the priorities of the Iraqi government.     http://alnujaba.tv/9913--.html

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​Samson:   IRAN BUILDING 2 SPORTS ARENAS IN IRAQ

23rd May, 2017

During a visit to Iraq, an Iranian deputy minister was updated on the latest status of two sports arenas that Iranian companies are constructing in Baghdad.

Mojtaba Khosrotaj, Iran’s deputy minister of industry and head of the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran (PMOI), held a meeting with Iraq’s minister of youth and sports and with the Arab country’s deputy minister of industry and minerals in Baghdad for business talks.

During the meeting, attended by Iran’s ambassador to Baghdad, Khosrotaj was briefed on the development of the projects that Iranian technical and engineering companies are carrying out in Iraq.

According to reports, Iranian companies are building two stadiums in Baghdad, namely al-Zawraa stadium with 12,500 seats and the 60,000-seater al-Tajiat stadium, the construction of which have been completed 41 percent and 30 percent, respectively.

Elsewhere in the meeting, Iraq’s deputy minister of trade requested that Iranian companies assist Iraq in constructing concrete and metal crop silos and in renovating its old silos.

Last year, the former head of the Trade Promotion Organization of Iran called for efforts to implement a free trade agreement with Iraq that officials from the two countries had signed in 2014

http://iraqdailyjournal.com/story-z15329495

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