Sunday, August 6, 2017


Aggiedad77: Think about this Family......catch this point......why would KW lend Iraq $100 million USD when Iraq was to owe them $4.5 BILLION in reparations.....can you say DEALS......DEALS made IMO by the master deal-maker himself....brilliant moves by brilliant people....IMO   Aloha   Randy

Don961:  Kuwaiti grant to Iraq worth "100" million dollars and reason !!

06-08-2017 03:35 PM

Readers  Baghdad News -

The Kuwait Fund for Development (KFAED) on Sunday awarded $ 100 million to Iraq to improve the health situation in war-affected areas.
The head of the fund, Mustapha al-Hitti, signed a framework agreement with Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (GAFD) Ghanem al-Ghunaiman to manage the grant provided by the State of Kuwait to support the health sector in the areas affected by a $ 100 million boost.

"Kuwait Fund for Development has already granted Iraq $ 21 million to support the industrial and electricity sectors in the affected areas," the statement said.



Doc.K: I understand that Kuwait did not revalue their currency ,  but they reinstituted their currency;   so don't they have to notify the IMF within a 30 day period  ........ Just like when a country revalue their currency.

I was wondering if anybody is able to find something about that

Didn't Kuwait bring back  their currency around March 22nd?   I wonder if they gave a 7-Day notice or a 21-day notice to the IMF ...... 


Samson: Iraq leads regional countries in the protection, privacy and privacy of personal electronic data

10:32 - 06/08/2017

Iraq issues the list of Middle East countries on the index of protection, privacy and privacy of personal data or electronic security known as cyberspace.

The Global Cybersecurity Index is measured on the basis of 25 criteria and 157 questions covering 5 basic pillars of each equivalent.

The aim of the report is to use the results of the indicator to raise the level of awareness among the countries covered by the report regarding the importance of cybersecurity, thereby helping them to identify areas that need to be developed in this field, and to take appropriate action to improve their global ranking.

He pointed out that the overall picture of 2016 reflects progress on the five pillars of the cyber security agenda in many countries in the areas covered, noting that there is still a gap in the integration of cyber security between the different regions.

Globally, Singapore ranked first in the 2017 Global Cybersecurity Index, followed by the United States, Malaysia.

Sudan, Syria, Palestine, Libya, Lebanon, Mauritania, Kuwait, Djibouti, Iraq, Comoros, Somalia and Yemen, according to the report.


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