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    Parliamentary oil: Türkiye is using the policy of pressure on Baghdad to achieve its goals

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    Post by Rocky Sun 03 Sep 2023, 4:12 am

    [size=46]Parliamentary oil: Türkiye is using the policy of pressure on Baghdad to achieve its goals[/size]
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    A member of the Parliamentary Oil and Natural Resources Committee, Kazem Al-Touki, confirmed, on Sunday, that the Turkish side has used the policy of pressure on Baghdad in order to push it towards achieving its goals, including pushing Iraq to confront the opposition parties to Ankara in the north of the country. 
    Al-Touki said in a press interview, "Turkey is practicing an unfair policy towards Iraq in terms of its continuation of military operations and bombing on Iraqi lands, as well as cutting off water and drying up rivers without justification." 

    And he indicated that "stopping the export of oil towards Turkish lands and the port of Ceyhan prompted the Iraqi government to search for other alternatives to extract this oil," and Al-
    Toki indicated that "quantities of Iraqi oil were directed to Jordan, and the rest of it goes to internal refineries."

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