MP Ali al-Sijeri said on Wednesday that several countries will be approached to recover the money of the suspect in the case of "Ona Oil" Ahmed Talib al-Jubouri, pointing out that the case was activated.

"The real estate of Ahmed Talib al-Jubouri inside Iraq is controlled, and there are others in Oman, the UAE and some countries. We will approach these countries with official books so that we can recover the money and the case has been activated," Al-Saghri told Alsumaria News.

"He was an employee and his salary was $ 1,500, not a businessman and the bribery case on Una Oil," he said, describing it as "the biggest corruption deal." 

On February 4, 2019, an unidentified source revealed that one of the wanted persons had arrived in Baghdad with an "Oneness of Abdul-Karim al-Jubouri", while the security services demanded his immediate arrest as a corrupt one and took a billion dollars through the deal. 

On February 7, 2019, a member of the parliamentary oil and energy committee, Bahaa al-Din al-Nouri, called on the security authorities to implement any arrest warrant issued against the suspect on the case of "Una Oil" Ahmed Talib al-Jubouri.

On April 2, 2016, an investigation by the media and the Huffington Post revealed the involvement of former oil minister Hussain al-Shahristani and other Iraqi officials in a "corruption scandal" over oil contracts. "He said.

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