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    Baghdad plans to move the Chinese refinery to Wasit and management of Salah al-Din al-Abadi demandin

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    Baghdad plans to move the Chinese refinery to Wasit and management of Salah al-Din al-Abadi demandin Empty Baghdad plans to move the Chinese refinery to Wasit and management of Salah al-Din al-Abadi demandin

    Post by Rocky Wed 02 Mar 2016, 6:51 am

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    Baghdad plans to move the Chinese refinery to Wasit and management of Salah al-Din al-Abadi demanding it stop


    Author: AM 
    Editor: NS 3/2/2016 14:26 Number of Views: 298 



     
    Long-Presse / Salahuddin
    Revealed Salahuddin Governor Raed Ibrahim, on Wednesday, for the decision of the Energy Committee of the Cabinet to convert oil refinery Chinese district, north of Tikrit, to Zubaydiah in Wasit province, and as he emphasized his opposition to this decision being "goes against the trends of national reconciliation", called for the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to "canceled."
    Raed Ibrahim in an interview (range Press), "The conservative administration briefed on the decision of the Energy Committee of the Cabinet on 18 January last, the judge commissioned by the ministries of oil, industry and minerals to study the possibility of transferring oil refinery in the area of ​​China to Zubaydiah area in Wasit," noting that "this decision strange and goes against the trends of national reconciliation."
    The Ibrahim, refusing "This decision is the fact that the transfer process is economically viable," and urged Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to "intervene and cancel it because of it causes significant economic damage to the right of the people of Salahuddin."
    Ibrahim added that "if there is a possibility of converting the first use, we do so," adding, "This decision deprives Salahuddin another chance to get oil products after the destruction of the Baiji refinery."



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