Newshound Guru Militia Man
This U.N. gathering lasts for several days and extends until the 23rd, with a final day on the 26th. Iraq is scheduled to present on Friday.
Newshound Guru Pimpy
I read an article titled “Al-Sudani gains support from Iraqis” in The New York Times. However, I personally believe that the situation is still uncertain. Despite Al-Sudani’s efforts to improve things for Iraq, there have been protests that are not being widely discussed. Nevertheless, I acknowledge that he has made progress in getting Iraq back on track.
Intel Guru MarkZ
[via PDK] A new article has been released today that is drawing comparisons to the RV in Kuwait. The article discusses the visit of Iraq’s Prime Minister to the US and mentions the unstable dollar exchange rate crisis. This is similar to articles that were published before the RV in Kuwait. The article suggests that the exchange rate is currently unstable because the new rate has not yet been released. The focus is on external factors and the progress that has been made so far.
Intel Guru Frank26
It’s not true that HCL was given to Iraqi citizens until the new exchange rate is obtained.
Newshound Guru Samson
According to Blinken, Iraqi Prime Minister Al Sudani will meet with Biden at the White House soon. The US is concerned about the influence of Shiite militias and is urging Iraq to implement reforms.
Newshound Guru Clare
In an article titled “Al-Awadi: Al-Sudani’s Meeting with Biden Will Deepen Understanding Between Baghdad and Washington,” Bassem Al-Awadi, the Iraqi government spokesman, stated that US President Joe Biden’s invitation to Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani to visit Washington is a confirmation of the Prime Minister’s independence in his approach to both domestic and foreign policies, as well as his high international standing. Al-Awadi believes that the upcoming meeting between the two leaders will result in a policy that respects mutual interests and enhances mutual understanding between their nations.
Intel Guru MarkZ
[via PDK] Q: When will Sudani be back in Iraq?
A: According to my sources in DC and New York, Sudani is expected to attend private meetings throughout the week and possibly return home either late this week or over the weekend. However, there is no official confirmation on the exact date of his return.
Intel Guru yada
…all is finished…They have reached the stage where they must release the rate in order for it to rise further. All contracts with foreign nations have been signed, and firms are expected to enter the country at a reduced rate.