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Tishwash:  The Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation visits Baghdad today

The Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs, European Union and Cooperation, Jose Manuel, will arrive in Baghdad this evening, Wednesday, on an official visit, to begin his visit program tomorrow morning.

The Iraqi Foreign Ministry said in a statement, a copy of which {Al-Furat News} received, that Manuel “will meet with Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Fuad Hussein, then meet with the President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, and the Prime Minister, Muhammad Shiaa al-Sudani.”

It was stated that “the visit will focus on bilateral relations within the framework of enhancing joint cooperation between the two friendly countries.”   link

Tishwash:  urgent Iraq is preparing a complaint to the Security Council against the American bombing

The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the American bombing on Popular Mobilization Forces positions in the Babil and Anbar governorates at dawn on Wednesday.

Its statement stated, “The government of the Republic of Iraq expresses its strong denunciation and condemnation of the American aggression against the provinces of Babylon and Anbar, represented by the bombing of safe Iraqi military places with large bombs, which led to casualties among members of the security forces.”

The statement added, “The government of the Republic of Iraq considers this behavior an aggression against the sovereignty of Iraq and the security of the Iraqi people, and an abuse of the implementation of the security agreement between the United States and Iraq and reflects strongly on the security of the region.”

The statement indicated that the Iraqi government “confirms that it will take all legal measures against him, including submitting a complaint to the UN Security Council.”  link


Tishwash:  Iraqi-international coordination to begin implementing the “electric bus” in Baghdad

The Ministry of Transport has begun activating the electric bus project in Baghdad, as part of its plan to reduce traffic congestion, in coordination with the World Bank.

Director of the Ministry’s Media Office, Maytham Al-Safi, explained, “The Ministry seeks to restart mass transportation projects in the capital, Baghdad, as it serves many segments of people with limited income, in addition to reducing the traffic congestion that the city witnesses on a daily basis and the environmentally polluting emissions it produces.”

He pointed to “coordination in this regard with the World Bank to implement the electric bus project, or the so-called (Baghdad Bus Project), to provide support to the Ministry of Transport, specifically the General Company for Passenger Transport, for the purpose of purchasing modern electric buses that transport citizens within the capital.”

He noted “the identification of mass transportation routes in Baghdad and the modern mechanisms included in the project, as well as the preparation of comprehensive studies and the employment of available resources to make the work successful in it, as well as setting a time frame for its launch,” pointing out that “the project will not be limited to the capital and will include a number of governorates, Including the governorates of Dhi Qar, Salah al-Din, and Anbar, provided that its activation in the rest of the governorates will be studied successively.”

Al-Safi stated, “The Ministry has begun implementing mass transportation plans, by sending red buses to operate on the main streets in Baghdad and the governorates and determining their routes, in addition to organizing the work of public transportation garages and introducing the latest electronic systems to follow up on violations within them, in addition to rehabilitating a large number of them.”   link

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