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Egyptian Oil Minister Tariq Al-Mulla said on Tuesday that a delegation from his country's oil will visit Iraq in the month of February to agree on a final draft of the agreement to import crude oil.
Egypt is seeking to import between one million and two million barrels of Iraqi oil a month.
Al Mulla said in a telephone interview with Reuters, "There is a delegation will visit Iraq next month to agree on the supply of crude oil and Egypt agree on a final draft of the contract, and expected completion of the agreement during the current quarter."
He stopped and Saudi Aramco, the largest oil company in the world for the supply of petroleum substances Egypt since last October despite the existence of an agreement worth US $ 23 billion Saudi Company is required to supply 700 thousand tons per month to Egypt for a period of five years.
Baghdad has signed oil and Cairo agreement in 2016, and its provisions were discussed again during the visit of the Egyptian Minister of Petroleum, Tariq al-Mulla, to Baghdad October of the same year end.
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