Editor: CC | HL
Tuesday 15 k 2 2013 10: 15 GMT
oil Ministry said Tuesday, that the Presidency of OPEC are "deserving"
of Iraq, demanded not to raise political differences in the nomination
for the post.
Ministry spokesman Assem Jihad told alsumaria news
", that" Iraq has technical and professional benefits that will make him
President of OPEC "," deal with Iraq in the political side dimensions
and professional in this regard ".
Jihad said that "political
differences in past decades often overwhelm the nomination operations
for the Presidency of the Organization of petroleum exporting
countries", pointing out that "Iraq has to nominate a candidate for the
Presidency of the Organization for its thamir Al ghadhban, experience
and efficiency make him uniquely qualified for the job."
said that "Iraq is one of the founders of OPEC in Baghdad in 1960, it
became a difficult in world oil policy, especially with high production
and Iraqi oil exports during the current period and where Iraq's second
largest oil exporter within the Organization of petroleum exporting
countries after Saudi Arabia.
OPEC announced in (December 13,
2012), the extension for another year of Libyan Secretary General
Abdullah Al-Badri due to differences between the contenders for the
chairmanship of the Organization, between Iraq, which gave Iran on a
valid nomination, Saudi Arabia prompting member countries agree to
postpone the selection of a new Secretary-General and extension llbedri
to the end of 2013.
And the election of the new Secretary-General
requires a unanimous OPEC consists of 12 Khama is a combination
Algerian deserts and girassol crude heavy Angolan and Iranian and Iraqi
Basra light and Kuwaiti and Libyan export CEDR and Bonnie Nigerian
maritime country light, Saudi Arabian Light wemrban and Mary waurint of
The Organization of petroleum exporting
countries OPEC was founded in Baghdad in 1960 by agreement between the
five countries--Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait and Venezuela, and is
headquartered in Vienna, one of the largest global organizations
overseeing the regulation of the export of oil and pricing, and now
groups 12 oil exporter, have collectively between two thirds and three
quarters of the world's oil reserves.