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    India, Iraq sign four key agreements

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    India, Iraq sign four key agreements Empty India, Iraq sign four key agreements

    Post by chouchou Sat 24 Aug 2013, 6:30 am

    India and Iraq on Friday signed four important bilateral agreements, including a key pact to re-validate a 13-year-old contract dating back to the period before the Second Gulf War for exploration of a Iraqi block that could hold oil reserves of more than 645 million barrels, during Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki’s ongoing visit to the country. Baghdad has also offered three new oil blocks to New Delhi.

    And the signing of the agreements followed talks between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and his visiting Iraqi counterpart on Friday evening. With Iraq now becoming India’s second largest oil supplier, New Delhi had been keen to crank up the energy ties even as Baghdad was looking for infrastructure investments from Indian firms.

    “Our energy trading relationship should be turned into a strategic partnership, including through joint ventures in oil exploration,” Manmohan said in a statement. The MoU in the energy sector envisages cooperation in areas of upstream and downstream oil and gas activities. More significantly, it calls for the conclusion of the contract for the exploration of Block-8, which was awarded to ONGC Videsh Limited. This block had been awarded to India by Saddam Hussein in 2000, but after the end of the Second Gulf War, Iraq had sought re-negotiation of the contract.

    The Iraqi PM said that India had qualified companies such as ONGC Videsh Limited, MRPL and Reliance, which could participate in the Nasiriya Integrated Project Bid in December.

    He said Iraq has offered three oil blocks in Middle Furat Oil Field -- Kifil, West Kifil and Merjan -- on nomination basis to Indian public sector oil companies.

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    India, Iraq sign four key agreements Empty Maliki : Several agreements signed with India

    Post by chouchou Sat 24 Aug 2013, 6:48 am

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    Shafaq News / Prime Minister, Nuri al-Maliki announced on Thursday, that Iraq has signed several agreements in the field of the development of energy, industry, agriculture, health and education fields India.

    “The most important areas that will be addressed in this visit is signing agreements between the parties, notably with regard to energy fields,” Maliki said at a news conference with his accompanying delegation before heading to India, briefed by "Shafaq News”.

    “There is a great desire of India to work in this field such as the establishment of refineries and development of oil fields,” adding that "Iraq has become the second largest oil exported to India”.

    “We will sign several agreements in the agriculture field as India has a good experience in this field," pointing to “signing of contracts in the field of developing the production of chemical fertilizers “.

    “Members of the delegation accompanying us from Ministry of Health will sign agreements in the medical cooperation between the two sides and import of medicines,” he added.

    Maliki is accompanied in the visit to India with the ministers of oil, agriculture, health and Investment Authority as well as a number of deputies, advisers and a number of businessmen.

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