[size=36]Security Committee: Talk about the use of our land to target Saudi sites trying to create chaos in Iraq[/size]
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The Security and Defense Committee in the House of Representatives on Sunday, the use of the territory of Iraq to target Saudi sites fall within the agendas known to aim to provoke chaos in Iraq, and discredit the reputation at the regional and international levels.
A member of the committee, MP Tarzan Obaid, said that "the talk about the targeting of the Saudi pipeline from Iraqi territory fall within the agendas known to aim to provoke chaos in Iraq, and tarnish his reputation on the regional and international levels."
"Why does the United States not be able to determine who directed the planes that say they were launched from Iraq?" He asked.
"America is a superpower with enormous potential, the world's first in terms of technological development, and it has intelligence that is capable of monitoring anywhere," Obaid continued. "If it has all that, why did not you specify who?"
He criticized the member of the Security Committee in the parliament, the media that "trying to harm Iraq by promoting such news," stressing that "Iraq remained neutral position of the crises of the region, especially after he proved his presence on the international scene, and diplomacy, which emerged clearly in The last period".
According to the Wall Street Journal on Friday, US officials concluded that the attack on planes on Saudi oil sites in May was originated in Iraq, not Yemen, asserting that the source of the attack was from southern Iraq, probably referring to factions Located in the region supported by Iran.
Saudi Energy Minister Khalid bin Abdul Aziz al-Faleh said earlier that two pumping stations for the East-West pipeline, which is transporting Saudi oil from oil fields in the eastern region to the port of Yanbu on the west coast, were attacked by unmanned drones.