The Central Bank of Iraq revealed, today, Friday, the contents of the meeting of its governor, Ali Al-Alaq, with US Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Brian Nelson in Turkey.
The media office of the bank said in a statement received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA): "The Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq, Ali Mohsen Ismail, and his accompanying delegation concluded, this evening, in Turkey, his meetings with Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury Brian Nelson and his accompanying delegation," pointing out, that he "During the meeting, they discussed prospects for cooperation and coordination between the two sides, in a way that contributes to achieving the stability of the exchange rate in Iraq and the mechanisms related to that.".
He added, "The US Treasury confirmed its support for achieving economic stability in Iraq, in reference to strengthening what was discussed between Prime Minister Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani and US President Joe Biden in the phone call that took place between them yesterday, Thursday, in stressing the importance of Iraq's stability to the region.".
He continued, "The US Treasury Department has expressed its readiness for the necessary flexibility to achieve common goals," noting that "it was agreed to continue coordination and cooperation during the meetings to be held in Washington, DC, before the middle of this month."
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