Parliamentary Energy: We will visit Basra after the threat of foreign oil companies to leave
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Parliamentary Energy: We will visit Basra after the threat of foreign oil companies to leave
[Baghdad-where]
He confirmed in the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary member of its intention to visit the province of Basra and meeting with foreign oil companies after threatening to leave the province.
He said Mazen Mezni told all of Iraq [where], "The committee plans to visit Basra soon after the result of a request from the Russian company Lukoil to leave Iraq because of security harassment and witnessed the province of Basra from private operations of systematic assassinations bemused security situation."
And between, "The visit of the Commission to identify these problems and developing appropriate solutions and recommendations in writing and to reassure the Iraqi people and visual street."
Mezni He pointed out that "there is a demand of the Kurdish bloc to visit Kirkuk and stand on the volume of exports and the development taking place there and the opinion of the Committee to be a priority to visit Basra and Kirkuk, and then after the Turkish port of Ceyhan."
These visits come for the Parliamentary Committee after a surprise visit by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, 18, from this August to the province of Basra and meeting with local government and foreign oil companies operating in the governorate, said during his visit to the West Qurna / 2, the field "Oil is the wealth of the Iraqi people and our duty to protect This wealth will not allow any failure in this area and controlled the situation and the companies that is not afraid of any threat, because we have issued orders to protect the oil fields and companies operating in it. "
Abadi stressed that "the Council of Ministers is any obstruction to oil companies and unacceptable attack on the wealth of the people and will not allow it at all," .

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