Kuwait defer deduction of amounts of compensation from Iraq until 2017 7/28
Kuwait defer the deduction of the amounts of compensation from Iraq until 2017
By Roudao 13 minutes ago
Roudao - Erbil
The Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Tuesday, for the approval of Kuwait to defer the deduction of the amounts of compensation from Iraq until 2017, due to lower oil prices and the state of austerity plaguing the country.
The official spokesman for the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ahmed Jamal in a press statement seen by Roudao network media "in response to the request of Foreign Minister Ibrahim Aciqr al-Jaafari, the Kuwaiti government decided to approve the postponement of the deduction of the amounts of compensation from Iraqi oil revenues year-old extra from 2016 and until 2017".
He explained the beauty of the delay was "due to the sharp decline in oil prices, in addition to the additional expenses made by Iraq in the fight against terrorism."
The beauty of "expresses the Iraqi Foreign Ministry on higher valued for this noble and crossing the depth of brotherly relations between Iraq and Kuwait position."