The office of Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani announced the return of more than $80 million in stolen money. State Treasury”.
The Iraqi Prime Minister added that the return of the stolen funds was in line with the government’s approach and as part of the Iraqi government’s ongoing efforts to return money smuggled out of Iraq abroad.
Earlier, the Iraqi Integrity Commission uncovered an attempt to recover more than $3 million that was smuggled into a neighboring country.
The head of the Integrity Commission, Haider Hanoun, said: “The money back fund aims to return smuggled Iraqi funds and other funds.”
Hanoun confirmed that “the money has already been returned in a number of countries” and that “more than three million dollars will be returned from one of the neighboring countries.”
The head of the Integrity Commission pointed out that “the scope of corruption is wide and we are working to reduce it”, stressing that “the fight against corruption is one of the priorities of the ministerial curriculum.” that “the fight against corruption is a collective responsibility”.