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Saturday 30 March

BAGHDAD ( Reuters)
- Parliament speaker Mohamed Halaboussi called on the United States to extend the exemption granted to Iraq from US sanctions on Iran , saying Baghdad could not stop importing electricity from Tehran three years ago. "We hope that this exemption will be extended until Iraq is able to stand on its feet economically," Al-

Halbusi was quoted as saying by Sky News Arabia during a visit to Washington .

Halabousi pointed out that "Iraq imports 30% of its energy needs and it needs almost three years to achieve self-sufficiency in the generation of electricity."

"After these three years, we may see an economically independent Iraq and we do not need to import electricity from another country," Halboussi said. "Maybe we can solve this problem within three years."

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