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    Excluding Iraq.. Gulf Cooperation: The Dorra field is owned by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait only

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    Excluding Iraq.. Gulf Cooperation: The Dorra field is owned by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait only Empty Excluding Iraq.. Gulf Cooperation: The Dorra field is owned by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait only

    Post by Rocky Mon 04 Mar 2024, 3:59 am

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    Today, Sunday, the Gulf Cooperation Council stressed the need to stop the fire in the Gaza Strip immediately, while noting that the “Durra Field” is owned “only” by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.


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    The final statement of the Ministerial Council of the Gulf Cooperation Council meetings stated, “The international community must deal with the Palestinian issue without duplicity, categorically rejecting any Israeli measures to displace the residents of Gaza, and also the necessity of ensuring that aid reaches the Strip as quickly as possible.”



    He called on the international community to “take the necessary measures to respond to the practices of the Israeli government and the policy of collective punishment it is pursuing against the Palestinians, and the need to take urgent steps to immediately allow the delivery of humanitarian aid in an expanded, safe and unhindered manner to the Gaza Strip,” stressing “the importance of creating the necessary conditions for a sustainable ceasefire in the Strip.” ".

    The attendees held "Israel legally responsible before the international community for its continued violations and attacks on innocent civilians, which resulted in the killing of thousands in the Gaza Strip."

    Also, the official Saudi Press Agency quoted a statement from the ministerial meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council as saying that the entire Dorra gas field and its natural resources are jointly owned by Saudi Arabia and Kuwait only.

    Iran had previously demanded a share in the field and described the Kuwaiti-Saudi agreement to develop the site in 2022 as “illegal.”

    The Dorra field raises controversy among the three countries, Iran, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait, after an Iranian oil official announced his country’s readiness to begin exploiting the field, which prompted a Kuwaiti response, as it rejected the Iranian announcement, while Saudi Arabia said in a statement that the aforementioned field is joint Kuwaiti-Saudi ownership and has no relationship. To Iran.

    The Dorra gas field is located in the neutral zone between Kuwait and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It is known as Arash in the region where it is shared with Iran.

    But maritime law and the Law of the Sea Convention confirm otherwise, and the entire Dorra field belongs to Iraq, not Kuwait, and not Saudi Arabia.

    Since its discovery in 1967, the Arash/Dorra gas field has been a source of conflict between Iran and Kuwait. As for Iraq, it did not move to prove its right, even though the High Seas Convention guarantees Iraq's right to the field.

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