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A source for Euphrates News: Mikati visits Baghdad today and meets Al-Kazemi

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 A source for Euphrates News: Mikati visits Baghdad today and meets Al-Kazemi Empty A source for Euphrates News: Mikati visits Baghdad today and meets Al-Kazemi

Post by rocky Mon 25 Oct 2021, 5:40 am

 A source for Euphrates News: Mikati visits Baghdad today and meets Al-Kazemi

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{Political: Al Furat News} An informed source said that the Lebanese Prime Minister, Najib Mikati, will visit the capital, Baghdad, on Monday.
The source told {Euphrates News} that "Mikati left Beirut this morning, heading to Iraq on an official visit that will last for several hours."
He indicated that "Mikati will meet during the visit with the outgoing Prime Minister, Mustafa Al-Kazemi."
It is noteworthy that Iraq and Lebanon signed an agreement earlier to supply the latter with crude oil to operate its electrical stations in light of a severe crisis experienced by the country in providing and securing electricity.
The first shipment of Iraqi fuel, with a load of 31 tons, arrived in Lebanon on September 15th.
Lebanon and Iraq agreed to bring in a quantity of one million tons of oil, to be replaced with fuel suitable for operating the electricity production plants in Lebanon, so that 30,000 tons of heavy fuel and 33,000 tons of gas were replaced with the load of the first shipment, which amounted to 84,000 tons of oil. Oil.
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