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Al-Saadi: Saudi Arabia And Kuwait "Frowned" Iraq And Acquired Oil Ports And Pipelines

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Post by rocky Thu 20 Jan 2022, 6:16 am

[size=38]Al-Saadi: Saudi Arabia And Kuwait "Frowned" Iraq And Acquired Oil Ports And Pipelines
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The Information/Baghdad…
The head of the Iraqi Business Council in Jordan, Majed Al-Saadi, accused, on Thursday, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait of acquiring Iraqi ports and oil export pipelines under the pretext of Gulf War compensation, indicating that the oil pipeline extending to Saudi Arabia was acquired by Saudi Aramco.
Al-Saadi said in a televised interview, followed by "The Information", that "the oil pipeline extending to Saudi Arabia was acquired by Saudi Aramco as part of the compensation after the Kuwait war, while the latter acquired the port of Umm Qasr due to complaints about the war."
He added, "The workers from Sri Lanka and other countries received compensation in millions of dollars from Iraq because of their presence in Saudi Arabia or Kuwait."
And regarding the prices of the Jordanian visa and the harassment that the Iraqi is exposed to while traveling to Amman, Al-Saadi said that “the visa will be long-term granted to the Iraqi after the approval of the Jordanian Prime Minister, which means an end to this crisis.” End / 25 D
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