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Amended UN sanctions against Iraq for review in six month
The Iraqi minister of information Muhammad Saeed al-Sahaf said that "Iraq will deal with UN Security Council resolution 1409 taken by the council in regard to renewing work according to the memorandum of understanding for an additional 6 months."
Iraq, Politics, 5/17/2002
Iraq gives priority to Saudi Arabia to trade cooperation
In the context of the detente realized during the Beirut's summit, Iraq has for the first time offered a licensing for Saudi investors to establish a project for processing irrigation systems, giving Saudi Arabia the priority to trade relations and welcoming any relations with Kuwait. These are in line with presidential directives in Iraq to revitalize Iraq's relations with the Arab states on the ground of solidarity and a message of appreciation carried by an Iraqi minister to the Saudi leadership.
Iraq-Kuwait, Politics, 5/16/2002
Iraq criticizes UN new sanctions list
The Iraqi ambassador to the UN Muhammad al-Douri on Wednesday criticized the UN Security Council resolution no. 1409 concerning the newly modified sanctions law imposed on Iraq.
Iraq, Politics, 5/16/2002
Iraqi opposition papers distribution banned
The London- based al- Hayat daily reported on Tuesday, according to Iraqi sources that the Syrian authorities laid great restriction on the circulation of the Iraqi opposition papers in the Syrian territories and this is in line with the level of relations Damascus and Baghdad have reached since the beginning of rapprochement in 1997 following a cessation that started in 1980.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 5/15/2002
UN Security Council makes change to the sanctions imposed on Iraq
These new sanctions still allow the US and Britain -- the two main antagonists against Iraq -- to continue to be able to prevent the importation of commercial and industrial products needed for Iraq's development, as the USA and Britain have done previously under the old sanctions regime
Iraq, Politics, 5/15/2002
Free trade area between Iraq, Saudi Arabia
The Iraqi minister of industry and melting Maysar Raja Fallah has unveiled a move and an agreement to found a free trade zone between his country and Saudi Arabia in order to promote trade exchange between the two states.
Iraq-Saudi Arabia, Economics, 5/14/2002
Iraq decides to establish a free trade area in Baghdad
Iraq has decided to establish the first typical free trade area in Baghdad in the framework of its efforts to benefit from Arab and foreign investments and in order to develop trade dealings with other countries.
Iraq, Economics, 5/14/2002
UN Security Council postpones voting sanctions against Iraq for the fourth time on Monday
The UN Security Council on Monday postponed a resolution amending the sanctions law imposed on Iraq since 12 years. This was at the request of Syria's representative to the UN Security Council in order to make consultations with his government.
Iraq, Politics, 5/14/2002
Washington intensifies contacts with the Iraqi opposition
The Washington Post said on Monday that high ranking American officials intensified their talks with opposition Iraqi groups including groups who were not invited before to take part in such talks.
Iraq-USA, Politics, 5/14/2002
Syrian efforts at the UN in support of Iraq
Well-informed Syrian sources told the London- based al-Hayat daily in its Sunday's issue that Syria is working through its representative at the UN Michael Wahba to postpone approving the new sanctions system on Iraq, through the attempt to add elements obstructing the intention of the US to striking this country.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 5/13/2002
Iraq, Syria expresses willingness to strengthen cooperation
Syria-Iraq, Economics, 5/13/2002
Al-Barazani, Talibani and relations with Syria, Iran
The Turkish daily Hurriet said on Saturday quoting a report prepared recently by the Turkish intelligence units that the Kurdistani Democratic party led by Masoud al-Barazani and the Kurdistani National Federation led by Jalal Talibani are establishing close relations with Syria and Iran.
Iraq-Syria, Politics, 5/13/2002
Syria might prevent an opposition Iraqi paper
Well-informed sources in Damascus said on Sunday that there might be a new decision that provides for banning the printing and circulation of one of the Iraqi opposition papers in the Syrian capital Damascus and that is for many reasons including the protest filed by certain Arab states to the criticism made by the paper against their leaders.
Syria-Iraq, Politics, 5/13/2002
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