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International sources told «Economy News»: Washington allowed Iraq to buy Iranian gas

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International sources told «Economy News»: Washington allowed Iraq to buy Iranian gas

Post  claud39 on Tue Nov 20, 2018 6:43 am

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International sources told «Economy News»: Washington allowed Iraq to buy Iranian gas




20/11/2018











Economy News Baghdad:

International sources revealed that the United States, except Iraq, to ​​comply with US sanctions on Iran with one item, the purchase of natural gas to generate power plants.
The sources, who preferred not to be named for the "economy News", said that "the Iraqi-US talks now reached Washington allow Iraq to buy Iranian natural gas, which is used in the production of electricity to avoid any crisis will get in Iraq in the coming months."
She added that "the United States of America excluded only the natural gas and other materials are still continuing within the embargo," noting that "the United States is currently working with Iraq to help develop its capabilities so as not to need Iranian electricity."

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