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    Salahuddin negotiate foreign companies to invest in the refinery of Baiji and Baghdad accuses econom

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    Salahuddin negotiate foreign companies to invest in the refinery of Baiji and Baghdad accuses econom Empty Salahuddin negotiate foreign companies to invest in the refinery of Baiji and Baghdad accuses econom

    Post by Rocky Mon 16 Jan 2017, 2:39 am

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    Baiji refinery suffers mass
    Salahuddin negotiate foreign companies to invest in the refinery of Baiji and Baghdad accuses economic weaving plot


    Author: AHF, AM 
    Editor: AHF 
    15/01/2017 18:02 
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    Long-Presse / Salahuddin
    It decided Salahuddin Council, on Sunday, the formation of a committee to negotiate and contract with companies wishing to invest in the Baiji refinery, and with the exception that Baghdad is serious about the reintroduction of the Palmcefy oil, administration of the province expressed their sense of status "discrimination and exposure to the plot" in order to disrupt all aspects of economic activities in the Salahaddin.
    The head of the provincial council, Ahmed Karim said in an interview to the (long-Presse), "The Council held today, the second session this year and focused on the search Baiji refinery file and fields Ajil and Alas," pointing out that "the meeting was held in the presence of Governor Ahmed Abdullah, and we discussed the results of Our meetings ministries of oil and electricity and the report of the chairman of the energy Committee after his visit to the Czechs and meeting with a number of oil companies. "
    Karim explained that "the Council voted on a resolution to form a committee of the board and management of the refinery and the conservative government to negotiate and contract with companies wishing to invest," noting that "the opinion of the Provincial Council conditional contract".
    He pointed out that the Koran "the results of our meetings in Baghdad assures us the desire and the absence of seriousness in the revival of the Baiji refinery," pointing to "seek to maintain the activation fields and Ajil Alas and oil reservoirs in the district of a country and western Tikrit."
    For his part, Chairman of the Committee on Energy Munir Hussain said in an interview with (long-Presse) "The companies that we met in the Czech Republic, expressed their willingness to develop a refinery in Baiji, an oil and reconstruction, and we made a report to the Provincial Council whereby Iraq will accept the financing of the project during the implementation phase and assume the government also preparing for the rehabilitation and technical disclosure before starting work expenses. "
    In turn, the governor Ahmed Abdullah, in an interview with a number of media, including the (long-Presse) that "Salah al-Din, feel discriminated against and we are exposed to a plot to disable all aspects of economic activities in the province."
    Abdullah pointed to "the need to move and to negotiate with the oil companies, as it did the province of Nineveh, and take advantage of our resources to reduce unemployment and restore oil refinery employees' salaries", criticizing the "bureaucracy in Baghdad and the monopoly of political decisions."

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