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Jordan announces the receipt of 165 oil tanks from Iraq

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Jordan announces the receipt of 165 oil tanks from Iraq Empty Jordan announces the receipt of 165 oil tanks from Iraq

Post by rocky Sat 24 Sep 2022, 7:14 am

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About 165 oil tanks arrived from Iraq to Jordan after the resumption of loading Iraqi oil supplied to Jordan, after the Iraqi side completed logistical procedures, according to the deputy captain of the truck owners, Nael Thiabat, on Saturday.
Thiabat, director of the Iraqi oil tanker company to Jordan, said that "the tanks have reached the oil refinery in Zarqa," noting "there is continuous Jordanian-Iraqi coordination and facilitation of procedures on the borders between the two countries."
He added, "The appeal returned as agreed, and last week we started the supply process and returned to the previous mechanism, which is an average of 40 tanks per day, and the supply stopped for about 3 months, the supply from Iraq for logistical reasons ended," according to Thiabat.


Thiabat indicated that "there is communication with the Jordanian embassy in Baghdad and the Iraqi embassy in Amman to facilitate all procedures."
The Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources, Saleh Al-Kharabsheh, announced last Monday the resumption of loading Iraqi oil supplied to Jordan, after the Iraqi side completed logistical procedures.
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