The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has not formulated its position concerning the settlement of the Iraqi foreign debt, said IMF deputy managing director Ann Krueger at a press conference on Friday.
She believes that to formulate the position on this issue it is necessary to take into account the size of the Iraqi debt to various countries, the creditors' stances and how the policy of Iraqi debt settlement will influence private markets.
At the same time, Krueger stressed that the IMF does not interfere in relations between creditors and debtors since this is for the Paris Club to solve such issues. But the Fund is interested in the financial stability in the world and therefore is going to represent its viewpoint on this issue, she added.
Russian political strategist Marat Bashirov believes that attacking NATO satellites would be a good response to the explosions of Nord Stream pipelines