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Post by claud39 on Wed Mar 04, 2020 8:22 am

Electricity: Iraq is exempt from Iranian sanctions for importing gas for 45 days


04/03/2020





Electricity: Iraq is exempt from Iranian sanctions for importing gas for 45 days 19324



Economy News _ Baghdad



The Ministry of Electricity announced, on Wednesday, that the United States extended the exemption of sanctions from Iraq for the purpose of importing Iranian gas for a period of 45 days.

Ministry spokesman Ahmed Al-Abadi said in an interview with the Iraqi News Agency (INA), which was viewed by "Al-Iqtisad News", that "Iraq managed to persuade the American side to exempt it from the sanctions for the purpose of importing Iranian gas for a period of 45 days."

He pointed out that "Iraq informed the American side of its seriousness in diversifying sources of energy feeding, including referring licenses for the oil fields, to invest the gas associated with the oil, including the Artawi, Crutch, Gala and Redwood fields."

He added, "The American side discussed the issue of networking for energy with neighboring countries, confirming that his ministry had taken serious steps for the network linking organization with neighboring countries."

He explained, "The Ministry of Electricity has signed a contract with the Gulf Linkage Authority, which is scheduled to start its first stages in the month of October next, to supply the southern regions with 500 megawatts as a first stage," noting that "the network connection with Jordan has been obtained approval of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers And the Jordanian Energy Council to sign to connect Iraq simultaneously with Jordan through the Al-Qaim station. "

Al-Abadi continued, "The ministry also decided to link the network regularly with Iran, as well as with Turkey via the Mosul Island line," noting that "these steps come in order for Iraq to prove to the public and to the American side that it is serious in diversifying sources of energy feeding, according to which it dispenses with Iranian gas." .

Washington imposed severe sanctions on the Iranian energy sector in 2018, and threatened to punish countries dealing with Tehran in this field, but it granted Iraq a series of consecutive temporary exemptions.





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