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    Deputy: Political Figures Seek To Disrupt Al-Faw Port To Serve Gulf Interests

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    Post by Rocky Wed 16 Feb 2022, 3:38 pm

    [size=38]Deputy: Political Figures Seek To Disrupt Al-Faw Port To Serve Gulf Interests
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    On Wednesday, Representative of the State of Law Coalition, Muhammad Al-Ziyadi, accused political figures of seeking to disrupt the Grand Faw port project to serve Gulf interests.
    Al-Ziyadi told the "Information" agency, that "in the event of the insistence of the Iraqi political forces to establish the Faw port, it will be in the interest of the Iraqi people as the first beneficiary of it," noting that "the disruptor of the FAO project and the one affected by it are the Gulf countries, especially the UAE."
    He added, "In the event that it was agreed to build the Faw port, there is no country or entity that can stand against the establishment of the project or try to disrupt it," noting that "some political people are trying to disrupt it to serve the interests of the Gulf state."
    And the representative of the State of Law coalition stated, “The Aqaba oil pipeline will not serve the interests of Iraqi society because of its high economic cost and poor economic feasibility.” Ended / 25 R.
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