News, Rumors and Opinions Tuesday 9-3-19
Tishwash: The US Embassy in Baghdad receives “threats” and makes a request to the Iraqi government
A source familiar with the US embassy in Baghdad has been threatened by the request to strengthen .its protection by the Iraqi government The source said in an exclusive interview with (Baghdad today) that "the US embassy received information on August 29, 2019, that it would be exposed to security threats, which prompted it to ".seek protection from the Iraqi Interior Ministry
The Iraqi security forces met the request and provided protection to the embassy on Thursday and" .Friday, and then withdrew after the danger was removed," he said The State Department issued a resolution on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, a decision to reduce the number of members of Washington's diplomatic mission in Baghdad and asked them to leave Iraq, hours after the international coalition announced to raise the state of alert in Iraq to the maximum degree
The US State Department has issued an order to withdraw non-essential US government employees" from Iraq, whether working at the US embassy in Baghdad or at the US consulate in Erbil," the US .embassy said in a statement The media reported, at dawn on Wednesday (May 15, 2019), that the international coalition forces against ISIS, raised the state of alert in Iraq, to the maximum degree, after detecting threats to US .bases and interests in Iraq The threats hovered around Ain al-Asad, another base in Taji, Baghdad, as well as the US embassy" ".in the capital and a number of Americans, including those with Iraqi forces .This decision was issued by the US Central Command," a US station said" There may be attacks by ISIS, or even Iranian threats that Washington considers.
There are also" ".fears of militias collaborating with Iran in Iraq When the Americans send a warning like this, it means there is a direct danger, and American forces" ".must be prepared She pointed out that "this warning came because of the permanent risks since the emergence of ISIS, ".and because Washington considers that there are risks related to Iranian threats The Americans are threatened with killings and kidnappings, and the latter can enter Washington in" ".a difficult situation
The Americans have information that there are elements of ISIS who want to target US forces and" .civilian Americans," she said link
Courtesy of Dinar Guru
Newshound Guru larrykn ...I'm not sure about that where it will start. I still remember that article that talked about testing their rate at $1.13 to 122. why would they do that if they were going to start at 1190...but even if it did, I don't think it would take that long before we would see where we could be very happy
They have been working on bring investors into Iraq so when they do go to Art 8 that will be the launch for the currency to start to move and I think it will move quickly.
I know a lot of you don't like Kaps [Guru Kaperoni] theory but he might have a good point, Time will tell. the other thing is they are talking about bringing out the coins, doing that at 1190 would mean the cost of the coins would be more than their value.
Kaperoni : It's funny how the gurus keep saying over and over that there will be no float, but yet Iraq is doing everything to prepare for a float by building a market economy and encouraging private investment. If we are ever going to get any financial gain from the dinar it's going to come from a float, meaning the currency appreciates gradually over time thus allowing the Central Bank of Iraq to collect the currency in circulation.
Samson: Meeting of Ministers of Labor of the G20 countries in Matsuyama of Japan
2nd September, 2019
The Japanese city of Matsuyama, hosted on Monday, a meeting of ministers of labor of the Group of 20 countries, with the participation of the Turkish Minister of Family, Labor and Social Services, Zahraa Emerald Selcuk.
A statement issued by the Turkish Ministry of Family, Labor and Social Services, said that "Minister Zahra Zomorod Selcuk, met a number of her counterparts on the sidelines of the meeting."
"The minister addressed the meeting, which addressed issues such as the implications of demographic change on employment, raising the rates of employment of women and youth, new jobs that have emerged with the advancement of technology, and the exchange of experiences in these areas."
At a session on demographic change, the Turkish minister said that giant platforms, such as the G20 summit, are taking very important measures to resolve international crises. She noted that Turkey attached great importance to the care of the elderly, and that Turkey had a family-centered culture. She pointed out that there are 405 nursing homes in Turkey, including 152 government and 253 private, where 33,198 elderly and elderly people.
On the sidelines of the meeting, Minister Selcuk met with her counterparts from Britain, Indonesia, Japan, Russia, Thailand and Senegal, and exchanged views with them on a number of issues. Japan hosted the G20 summit in Osaka on June 28-29. LINK
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