pressure Iranian gas pipeline through Syria to Iraq: Parliamentary sources
Parliamentary sources: pressure Iranian gas pipeline through Syria to Iraq
Created on Tuesday, 14 August 2012 18: 52
Parliamentary sources revealed anonymity that Iran is pressing the Iraqi Government to extend the pipeline passes within Iraq to the Syrian port, with Iraqi sources said that Tehran continues its pressure on the Iraqi Government to gas pipeline across Iraqi territory to Syria through visits of senior Iranian officials to Iraq under the pretext of natural gas export mechanism which raised doubts about economic circles that the Iraqi oil Ministry announced assignment of a number of investment gas fields under the supervision of international companies including Shell webtroliom of Pakistan finally Coalition Russian and Kuwaiti companies.
This pressure comes after the imposition of international economic sanctions, Iran found in Iraq export outlet for gas and oil to avoid the impact of international sanctions on its economy.
The Iraqi oil Ministry says that domestic production of natural gas would fill local need and it will start exporting the end of 2013, prompting many Iraqi MPs to question the feasibility of a gas pipeline from Iran to Iraq.
He warned lawmakers the move saying that the economic sanctions imposed on Iran are international resolutions issued by the UN Security Council are binding on all States and that approval of the pipeline through the territory of Iraq makes it liable to accountability because it violates international resolutions that do not adhere to making Iraq vulnerable to international sanctions.
Iraq had signed with Iran and Syria last year Convention pipeline to export Iranian gas across Iraqi territory down to the ports of Syria spoke a lot of news sources that Iran has taken Iraq off management market and poor gas and oil since 2003 so dominant on the domestic market are affecting the economy and the exchange rate of the Iraqi dinar.
"we aspire in the near future to the return of Iraqi dinar to what it was in the seventies and the beginning eighties against the dollar" - Dr. Shabibi
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