- September 26 18:12
A report by the Intelligence Online website confirmed that the International Court of Arbitration in Paris recently rejected Korek Telecom’s request to cancel the arbitration decision it issued against it last March, as the telecommunications company residing in Iraqi Kurdistan claimed that the investigation company Raidas obtained information used by the opposing party by bribing sources. .
The report, translated by the “Al-Ma’louma” agency, stated, “The Korek company, owned by Sirwan Barzani, accused the investigation firm Raidas, which includes Andrew Wordsworth, Joanna Rego and Nicholas Portman, of “illegally” obtaining false evidence for its opponent, Agili, according to the arbitration ruling issued on July 3. "The past, where there is almost a decade of legal fighting."
He added, "Gibson's lawyers denied the accusations made by the Iraqi company, as they confirmed that the vast majority of the evidence that Korek challenged was not based on information collected by Raedas in any case, and that what relied on such materials was completely truthful."
The report explained, “The International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris ruled that the validity of Korek’s accusations was ultimately irrelevant, as it did not take into account the disputed evidence collected by Reidas when it decided to award $1.65 billion to one of the owners of the Iraq Telecom Company.” It is the Kuwaiti Agility Group, which accused Korek of fraud and corruption.
It is noteworthy that Korek Company is owned by Sirwan Barzani, the nephew of the former Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, Masoud Barzani, while Korek Korek said that it is considering submitting a new request to cancel this decision before the International Court of Arbitration. If so, a final court decision is unlikely to be made until next year. Ended/25 D
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