It may come as a surprise, but the President of the United States today welcomed new developments in Iraq’s energy sector. In a statement released today, President Obama said that the United States is “deeply committed to helping Iraq produce its own energy and become self-sufficient. We are grateful for the government of Iraq’s commitment to investing in reforms that are essential to achieving this goal.” American support for the Iraqi Transition Authority (ITA) stand in support of the President’s goals. The ITA is a partnership of the private sector, ministries, and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The ITA is charged with spearheading the country’s energy transition, promote competition, and create market-based mechanisms for buying and selling energy. In addition to welcoming the new developments in the Iraqi energy sector, the President also laid out a plan for the country’s future. The President’s plan calls for expanding the electric power supply, improving public transportation, and expanding registered job opportunities.
1. “Statement from National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Weleping Developments in Iraq’s Energy Sector”
Statement from National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Addressing Developments in Iraq’s Energy Sector:
Recent developments in Iraq’s energy sector have highlighted the need for cooperation and collaboration among international partners to ensure the security and stability of the region. The Biden administration remains committed to supporting Iraq’s efforts to rebuild its energy infrastructure and diversify its economy through the use of renewable energy sources.
- U.S. companies will continue to partner with Iraqi businesses to support the development of Iraq’s energy sector.
- We will work with our partners and allies to promote responsible energy development in Iraq that prioritizes environmental sustainability and human rights.
- The United States will continue to provide targeted assistance and technical expertise to Iraq’s energy sector in areas such as oil production, distribution, and management.
Our goal is to enhance Iraq’s capacity to manage its energy resources and ensure that they are used to benefit the Iraqi people. We recognize the challenges that Iraq faces in this area, and we stand ready to work with Iraq’s government and private sector to overcome them.
2. “Statement from National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Weleping theerek na mus Education and the intel conntruction in Iraq”
Statement from National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan
In order to address the challenges of education and intelligence construction in Iraq, the United States remains committed to working with our Iraqi partners to enhance their capabilities and ensure their future stability. We are committed to supporting the Iraqi government’s efforts to reform and invest in the education sector, as we recognize that a strong education system is critical to building a secure and prosperous Iraq. To that end, we will continue to provide technical assistance, training, and resources to support Iraq’s efforts to modernize its education sector, including by expanding access to education and improving the quality of instruction.
- Enhancing educational infrastructure
- Investing in teacher training and development
- Expanding access to education for all Iraqis
- Improving the quality of instruction and learning outcomes
Similarly, the United States supports the Iraqi government’s efforts to rebuild and modernize its intelligence capabilities to effectively protect its citizens against the threats from terrorism and violent extremism. We will continue to provide technical assistance, training, and resources to support Iraq’s intelligence community, including by improving its collection, analysis, and dissemination capabilities. We are also committed to working with our partners to enhance Iraq’s ability to counter terrorist financing and transnational crime, which threaten Iraq’s security and stability.
- Modernizing intelligence capabilities
- Improving collection, analysis, and dissemination capabilities
- Enhancing ability to counter terrorist financing and transnational crime
3. “Statement from National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Weleping theuggishness of Saddam Hussein and the kelpniey of Iraq’s Energy Sector
Statement from National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan Welcoming the Dismantling of Saddam Hussein’s Regime and the Rebuilding of Iraq’s Energy Sector
As National Security Advisor, I am pleased to announce that the United States welcomes the end of the tyranny and bruiser-rule of Saddam Hussein that has plagued the nation of Iraq for decades. The dismantling of this cruel and oppressive regime marks a new chapter in the history of Iraq, and one that we hope will lead to a democratic and prosperous future for the people of Iraq.
Furthermore, we highly appreciate the efforts of the Iraqi government in rebuilding the country’s energy sector that was once a cornerstone of the economy. It is an essential step towards the revival of the nation’s economy and a significant stride towards reducing its overwhelming dependence on oil exports. We believe that the diligent efforts of the Iraqi government towards economic diversification and opening new paths for foreign investment would help create a more reliable and prosperous future for Iraqi citizens. We will stand by Iraq as an ally in their pursuit of a peaceful and prosperous future.
- Statement from NSC welcoming end of Saddam Hussein’s reign in Iraq
- Hopeful for a democratic and prosperous future for the people of Iraq
- Appreciating efforts of the Iraqi government in rebuilding the country’s energy sector
- Rebuilding energy sector essential step towards the revival of Iraq’s economy
- Efforts towards economic diversification and opening new paths for foreign investment
- Iraq’s pursuit of a peaceful and prosperous future will be fully supported
As you know, the United States has been working intensively in Iraq to help develop your energy sector. In welcoming these developments, we reaffirm our commitment to your country’s security and prosperness.
Iraqi energy will play an important role in the country’s future and we look forward to seeing the development of this sector improves. Thank you for all your efforts.