|The oil minister calls for Turkish companies to develop the oil sector in Iraq|
Monday, 22 August 2016
Alsumaria News / Baghdad Called on the oil Minister Jabbar and coffee, on Monday, Turkish companies to Develop the oil sector in Iraq , The while Turkey has isconfirmed. its quest to Promote joint Cooperation with Iraq at all levels. He , and coffee in a statement - issued after his meeting with the Turkish ambassador in Baghdad, Farouq Qaamakja and received Alsumaria News, a copy of it, That "Iraq and Turkey share a historic relationship, " stressing the "the quest to Develop them in all fields, salves are particularly in the coming petroleum industry to and the expand Significantly Develop in all Areas, Which will allow directive large and promising Opportunities Competent companies to Obtain jobs in the contracts and all theActivities. "
He , Laibi That "there is a huge spikes will Occur soon in the drilling and production ofoil and Investment and gas industry and all infrastructure Areas, " pointing to "the need to " workTel and Develop a relationship and continuity with Turkish companies for thedevelopment the of oil sector in the country and invest associated gas in the oil extraction Operations, Which are On two of the within the Priorities of the development of the oil industry. " He stressed Laibi to" address the problems facing the Turkish oil companies in the country. " For his part, congratulated the Turkish Ambassador isFarouk Qaamakja assumption defect his new post color : as oil Minister and Wished him success in the ministry management and development of the oil sector in thecountry, " stressing the That "his Government is seeking to Promote joint Cooperation with iraq at all levels. " the Iraqi and Turkish relations Between the ebb and flow During the last period, the while the Turkish companies have the lion 's share in most of the projects Carried out by vBulletin® the Iraqi Government in the country before leaving mostly with the of the entry organization Daesh for Iraq.
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