Maliki confirms that the Kurdistan deals with Exxon Mobil could "ignite wars" and to
Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, said the contracts for ExxonMobil U.S. oil with the Kurdistan Region is a "serious gesture that could lead to ignite wars", stressing that he would go to the "maximum degrees to preserve the national wealth."
Exxon Mobil signed on October 18 last contract with the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq to invest six oil fields, some of which falls within the disputed areas in Nineveh, which was rejected by Baghdad and considered illegal.
Geert Iraqi government and Exxon Mobil between Baghdad to work with, or to proceed with the contract with Kurdistan.
A media adviser to Prime Minister Ali al-Moussawi said al-Maliki "sees in these deals a very serious gesture that could lead to ignite a war, because they lead to the disintegration of Iraq's unity."
He said Maliki was "ready to go to the extreme scores in order to preserve the national wealth, and the necessary transparency in the investment of wealth, especially oil and Iraqis do not waste them in any way, whether in the style of the contract or in nature."
He continued that "the prime minister and when he got the information about the contract and that Exxon Mobil is the conclusion of agreements, last week sent a letter to President Barack Obama urging him to intervene to prevent Exxon Mobil from going in that direction."
Musawi's comments came against the backdrop of an interview for the governor of Nineveh Ethel Nujaifi did not rule out the possibility that his province become a party to the agreement between the Kurdistan Region and Exxon Mobil.
Moussawi stressed that "the Prime Minister can not let pass such contracts not only to the Kurdistan Regional Government and local governments."
He said the information obtained by the government, "confirm the existence of a deal with the governor of Nineveh province provide for the waiver bar for a distance of 10 km of the province of Dohuk within the Kurdistan Region, and includes the districts of this tape and Sheikhan Qush who Ahoian twenty billion barrels of oil."
Najafi commented on the statements Moussaoui "did not pass our agreement on anything," adding, "This warning is misplaced, you should sit down and reach an understanding on the subject, and call for fighting to not signal wise."