An international report warns Iraq of a similar fate to Sri Lanka

Baghdad-ALSHARQIYA   June 26 : An international report warned against Iraq facing the fate of Sri Lanka and handing over its infrastructure to other parties in the event that it is unable to pay the debts that may accumulate as a result of Chinese loans. Like what happened in Sri Lanka, which was forced to hand over a strategic port to Beijing when it stumbled on the payment of loans and the benefits that accrue to it. Chinese companies are supposed to carry out these projects


The General Authority of Customs in Iraq directed all its customs centers to expedite the inventory of containers

The Coordinators of the October Uprising demanded the authorities in Iraq to take permission from the Beirut bombing and the evacuation

The Iraqis recall the violent bombings that rocked Saqr Camp, located in the Abu Dashir area