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Kuwait confirms that negotiations on the import of Iraqi gas in the final stages 

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Kuwait confirms that negotiations on the import of Iraqi gas in the final stages 

Post  claud39 on Thu Nov 08, 2018 8:51 am

http://www.rudaw.net/arabic/business/081120181


Kuwait confirms that negotiations on the import of Iraqi gas in the final stages






KUWAIT (Reuters) - 

Kuwait announced Thursday that talks with Iraq on the import of Iraqi gas have reached their final stages. 

"Talks with brothers in Iraq on the import of gas are in the final stages," the Kuwaiti daily Al-Rai said, citing Oil, Electricity and Water Minister Bakhit Al-Rashidi. 

"The Ministry of Electricity and Water is ready in all its sectors, especially the maintenance sector, which is spreading in all regions of the country to maintain the continuity of electricity under any circumstances." 

The Kuwaiti oil minister announced on 10 December 2017, the agreement with Iraq to import 50 million cubic feet per day of natural gas as a first stage, among the former Iraqi oil minister Jabbar al-Allaibi that the date of signing the contract is linked to some logistics and prices.

The Iraqi government announced in August 2017, negotiating with officials in Kuwait to sell gas instead of paying money as part of the compensation imposed on Baghdad, the invasion of Kuwait in 1990.

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Post  claud39 on Thu Nov 08, 2018 10:14 am

https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=19099

[size=36]KUWAIT: Talks on importing Iraqi gas in final stages[/size]







03:31 - 08/11/2018







Baghdad - Mawazine News

Kuwait announced on Thursday that talks with Iraq on the import of Iraqi gas have reached their final stages. 

"Talks with brothers in Iraq on the import of gas are in the final stages," the Kuwaiti daily Al-Rai reported, citing Oil, Electricity and Water Minister Bakhit Al-Rashidi. 

"The readiness of the Ministry of Electricity and Water in all its sectors, especially the maintenance sector, which is spread throughout the country to maintain the continuity of electricity under any circumstances."

The Kuwaiti oil minister announced on December 10, 2017, the agreement with Iraq to import 50 million cubic feet per day of natural gas as a first stage, among former Iraqi Oil Minister Jabbar al-Allaibi that the date of signing the contract is linked to some logistical matters and prices. 

It is noteworthy that the Iraqi government announced in August 2017, negotiating with officials in Kuwait to sell gas instead of paying money as part of the compensation imposed on Baghdad, the invasion of Kuwait in 1990. Ended 29 /

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Post  claud39 on Sat Nov 10, 2018 8:25 am

http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/fbda2acb-9d44-4791-aa35-e6519e9d7145

[size=32]Iraq  pays compensation to Kuwait in early 2019[/size]














The United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC) announced that Iraq will pay 1.5 per cent of the proceeds of oil sales to the Compensation Fund of the Commission early next year.

The move comes within the framework of Governing Council Resolution 276 of 2017 and the process of payment for the current year 2018, the Board said in a statement.

At the opening of the current session of the Governing Council of the United Nations Compensation Commission (UNCC), Kuwait expressed its appreciation to the Committee's secretariat for its role in distributing the compensation quotas for this year.

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the General Authority for the Assessment of Compensation for the Loss of Iraqi Aggression on Kuwait Khalid Almdaf, said that Kuwait received three payments of compensation of $ 90 million each in April, July and October, in accordance with the payment mechanism provided for in resolution 267 of 2009.

According to Kuwait's Al-Anbaa newspaper, the payments to Kuwait will be about 4.4 billion dollars to be paid in the future, stressing at the same time that the continuation of the deposit in the Compensation Fund will bring everyone from the final completion of the Governing Council and receive the full compensation allocated to Kuwait, praising The work of the Governing Council of the United Nations Compensation Commission and its contribution to the completion of the tasks entrusted to it.




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