Iraq Recovers Billions Of Its Funds Deposited In Banks In Jordan

The Commission for Integrity announced that the technical team supported the recovery of Iraqi funds from the recovery of funds belonging to the Military Industrialization dissolved in the era of the former regime was deposited in a bank in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

"Following the follow-up and collection of information on Iraqi funds deposited in Jordanian banks during the era of the former regime, the Panel was able to recover funds that were deposited with Banque du Caire-Amman in the Jordanian capital," the recovery department said in a statement.

She pointed out that "the funds were deposited in the account of the Iraqi Embassy in Amman, indicating that the process lasted for six months between the collection of information and communications with the Jordanian side, who expressed his willingness to cooperate in settling files of funds deposited there.

She pointed out that "the cooperation of the Iraqi Embassy in Amman and coordination with the competent Jordanian authorities, and follow directly from the Chairman of the Commission, Judge Izzat Tawfiq Jaafar for the work of the team, explaining that this process is a positive step to settle the file of Iraqi deposits in Jordan

noting that the next period will witness similar operations after the success of the Department Recovery in the Authority shall collect information and documents proving the interest of such funds. "

It is noteworthy that the technical team supporting the recovery of Iraq's funds include the Office of the Prime Minister and the intelligence services and the prosecution and the Council of State and the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Justice and Finance and the Supreme National Commission for Accountability and Justice, as well as the Integrity Commission.