Guru Nader From The Mid East
When the government of Iraq requested one billion dollars from the United States to pay their bills, the United States refused, which is considered bullying. I am referring to the United States government.
Intel Guru MarkZ
An article has been published regarding the Iraq Central Bank’s warning to banks that refuse USD withdrawals. Despite tensions between Iraq and the US government, sources believe that the country is still on track for progress. The current situation with Israel and Hamas is expected to only cause a minor delay in the RV. It is hoped that these sources are correct in their assessment.
Newshound Guru Militia Man
According to a recent article, the government of Al-Sudani has been warned by the United States on eight separate occasions about the smuggling of dollars out of the country to Iran, Syria, and Lebanon. The American side has presented sufficient evidence to support this claim. It seems that local and private banks do not have access to the dollar, which may cause some issues in the future. The Federal Reserve Bank has already denied a request for $1 billion in cash. The black market seems to be the main problem, and it appears that the authorities are taking steps to address it. It is hoped that if these measures are implemented correctly, the black market will disappear.
Newshound Guru Clare
An article reported that a million dollars would be paid in 6,000 weekly installments. However, there seems to be a problem in Baghdad as banks are apologizing to depositors for having a zero balance, which has led to a dollar disaster. According to a quote from the bank manager of a mall branch, the dollar balance ran out and the Central Bank failed to send reinforcements at 11:00 a.m.
Newshound/Intel Guru Mnt Goat
My CBI contact in Iraq informed me of the true reason behind the GOI’s lack of full funding distribution for all budgeted projects under Prime Minister Al-Sudani. The reasons include: firstly, the need to eradicate corruption in the provinces; secondly, holding back reserves for as long as possible to support the dinar’s reinstatement process and global rating.