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    A warning against dragging Iraq towards normalization through the Aqaba oil pipeline

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    A warning against dragging Iraq towards normalization through the Aqaba oil pipeline Empty A warning against dragging Iraq towards normalization through the Aqaba oil pipeline

    Post by Rocky Tue 21 Mar 2023, 5:28 am

    [size=52]A warning against dragging Iraq towards normalization through the Aqaba oil pipeline[/size]
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    Information / Baghdad..  
    Economic expert Younis Al-Kaabi warned, on Monday, of the repercussions of the government's insistence on implementing the port of Aqaba to sell Basra's oil, indicating that the port is adjacent to the Zionist entity and will drag the country towards normalization.
    Al-Kaabi said in a statement to Al-Maalouma, that "all countries base their political and economic agreements and decisions on studies based on their interest first, and then the interest of others and in the form of exchanging benefits between them, but the conclusion of an oil pipeline with Jordan extends from Basra in southern Iraq to the port of Aqaba, which It is considered a "dead" port from an economic point of view, and the countries of the world left it long ago.  
    He added, "The Al-Kazemi government's agreement on extending the oil pipeline is a waste of the Iraqi people's money and has no economic benefit except for Jordan's benefit."
    He pointed out that "the establishment of such a pipeline will harm Iraq economically, as happened with the oil pipeline extending from Basra to the Saudi port of Jeddah, which is now in Khub Rakan," noting that the insistence on implementing the project is political, aiming to drag Iraq to normalization with the Zionist entity indirectly. Ended / 25 pm
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