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Millionday news 1/13/14 Part 1
millionday] ok first let me say some things CBI has not added rates yet -- i do not think it is construction and i tell you why we have seen the construction and it is down in that case -- and
[millionday] we have seen some rates gone but never all -- they joined the sdr (basket of currency) a couple weeks ago or so -- the sdr is not even in there so for us to guess - we could but lets follow the ink and there is none about it at this point - so we shall move to the ink and news we do have and cross everything smile - brb with news
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[millionday] In a joint press conference with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, said Ban Ki-moon, who is visiting Baghdad for two days of talks with Iraqi leaders on the situation in the region,
"I would urge the leaders of the country (...) to address the root causes of the problems." "We must ensure that only one neglects," stressing the need for "political and social cohesion and inclusive dialogue."
The secretary general of the international organization after arriving in the Iraqi capital, he was "particularly concerned about the deteriorating security situation in parts of Iraq and strongly condemn the horrific attacks that targeted civilians."
[millionday] note -- today we found the release that 90% of terrorists were gone from anbar and other areas in the south
[millionday] He called on "all political leaders to unite in their stance against terrorism and to work together to stabilize the situation." The visit comes Ban Ki-moon while facing Iraq and al-Qaeda tribal armed anti-government in Anbar province west of the country.
And Ban Ki-moon said, "I encourage to take measures to strengthen the social fabric of the country - through political participation and democratic institutions, and respect for the rule of law and human rights, and overall development."
But Iraqi Prime Minister stressed that what is happening in Anbar has nothing to do problems of the country. Maliki said: "There is no doubt that there are problems in Iraq have nothing to do with what is happening in Anbar, who say that (...) united the Iraqis."
[millionday] note -- i will be bringing what he thinks the problem is -- smile obviously Moon is making a professional point
millionday] He said Iraqi Prime Minister said that "what is happening in Anbar united the different among them and said to them that you are in front of the base, so today there is something called dialogue (...) because of the dialogue with? Qaeda with no dialogue.
" Maliki reiterated that "the decision of the Iraqi National is the end of al-Qaeda in order to devote themselves to other national affairs department." He added that "al-Qaeda was planning for a long time and was able to build infrastructure and the good thing about removing Square sit-in, which was the headquarters of Al-Qaeda and hit their camps in the desert, which was communicating with Syria that forced them to stand out on the surface."
[millionday] note --- Moon saying he is the commander and chief by pay and title -- so he is responsible i would say -- i also would say with today 90% gone -- that was a huge success amen brb with more smile
[millionday] many have said that the problem is with the oil agreement for the kurds -- i have found this from the kurds to show you very encouraging too
[millionday] Iraqi Kurdistan is confident it can soon find a compromise with Baghdad in a row over oil exports from the autonomous region via a new pipeline to Turkey, a spokesman said on Monday.
The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) last week said crude had begun to flow through its independent pipeline to Turkey, and that exports were on track to begin at the end of this month, rising in February and March.
In an interview with Reuters on Sunday, Iraq's Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki threatened to cut Kurdistan's 17 percent share of the federal budget if exports via the pipeline went ahead without central government consent.
A delegation led by Kurdish Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani is due in Baghdad soon to discuss the issue, which stems from a fundamental, longstanding disagreement over how to manage Iraq's resources and divide the proceeds.
KRG spokesman Safeen Dizayee said the Kurds were awaiting Baghdad's response to several unspecified proposals, and were committed to an accord reached in the Iraqi capital
millionday] note -- on this -- maliki is saying that it is unconstitutional and that is true with distribution etc agreements as well - but kurds believe they can resolve and once again will -- sometimes they seem a little sneaky -- smile
[millionday] "The framework was already agreed in Baghdad - it's more a matter of the technicalities," Dizayee told Reuters, adding he was optimistic and foresaw no major stumbling blocks. "It's just a matter of sitting down and agreeing on it."
The details of the December 25 agreement have not been disclosed but it called for joint committees to resolve the dispute. Crude from Kurdistan used to be shipped to Turkey through a pipeline controlled by Baghdad, www.Ekurd.net but those exports dried up a year ago due to a row over payments for oil companies operating in the region.
Since then the Kurds have trucked smaller quantities of crude to Turkey while laying their own independent pipeline, angering Baghdad, which claims sole authority over oil exports. Previous rounds of talks have borne little fruit, but industry sources say a bargain is still on the cards. "The Turks encouraged these negotiations," one industry source said on condition of anonymity.
[millionday] note -- this is not from Reuters -- this is kurd news repeating what they had said
[millionday] note -- barzani is due to come to iraq to resolve but let me say this
[millionday] this is about money moving -- yes -- but what this really boils down to is the budget and the fighting that we will watch for years to come -- it will be resolved and upheld internationally by law -- so no worries imo
[millionday] note -- this was taken from there in pieces so we will protect ourselves as well
[millionday] "The question is: if the Kurds negotiate in good faith and Baghdad negotiates in good faith and there is still no agreement, is that enough for Turkey to honour its independent export agreement with Kurdistan?"
the source said. "The answer is yes. And that pressure should lead to a deal between Erbil and Baghdad that is mutually beneficial for Iraq." Copyright ©, respective author or news agency, Reuters
[jbjb4] The Kurds should never trust Baghdad as long as Maliki and Shahristani hold their positions in office.
[millionday] so the point being here is -- we see many reports stating that they are all at disagreement again -- blah blah -- but not so much -- they are all ready for trade and have huge goals so this will be resolved and upheld
[millionday] see this is the thing -- Iraq is part of many international organizations that monitor all of the international laws we have in place for the entire globe -- they are not able anymore at this point to just go un checked --- this is a very different time very different time than we watched before - make sense ? international law
[texasrangersjt] I don't know how anyone could use the words good faith and Baghdad in the same sentence
[dbunt] millionday If that is the case, why doesn't international law step in and say enough>
[ROBINREDHED] this is so different than all of the other years we have watched them
[millionday] yes very different
[ROBINREDHED] stomp out of parliament, no one shows up, throw shoes
[millionday] one thing i will tell you as an example
[dandeloin] And water bottles
[millionday] maliki went to the UN and asked to take care of the terrorism going on in the south - hmmm --- very different -- remember arab spring?
millionday] so know we have gone leaps and bounds and this is just money for oil agreements not government decisions of who is what etc the agreement is already made on distribution
[millionday] know that all the progress we have made that is complete -- stays that way they are not going backwards
[dandeloin] Thank goodness
[millionday] this is like a visit from the president to mississippi etc -- not the end of progress - make sense?
[txoilman] Whoooop whoooop
[carpet] do you think the parliament will get the budget tomorrow
[millionday] they are to have it before them tomorrow and much more
[ROBINREDHED] chattels brought something in on it earlier
[carpet] whoop HEe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Hee Haw
[millionday] we did not have one for a long time -- it is not the end of time if they do not finish -- we need the thing that happened today [millionday] it was
dandeloin] Do you still think jan is possible
[millionday] the pat on the back from the world bank stating that technically -- Iraq banking is in a very good position and they are happy i think anytime is possible
[millionday] but trust me i dont say that often smile
[millionday] i normally say we are close or something else to avoid all -- but smile
[Pablo] Very cool!
[millionday] so brb with more
[Pablo] I guess we need to keep our eyes open.
[Dianne777] millionday we appreciate you thoughts hun
[Investor1] Anytime works for me