Iraq calls for the Security Council to investigate the oil smuggling across the border

3/12/2015 11:07 GMT

Follow-up - and babysit - Iraq called on the UN Security Council, the formation of committees of inquiry about the smuggling of Iraqi oil, and to identify the actors involved in these operations.

A spokesman for the Iraqi Oil Ministry, Assem Jihad, in a televised report I followed public opinion (and babysit), on Thursday, said that "The Security Council demands the formation of committees of inquiry to activate the decisions taken previously in connection with smuggling of Iraqi oil started, and identifying the actors involved in this and the criminalization of all those who are found ribs in the smuggling operation, if they are individuals, companies or countries. "

Jihad and carry the responsibility of the Security Council to identify and prosecute those involved, saying that "the demands of the Security Council to follow up this issue, and therefore the Security Council is based, in this context, legal operations, Iraqi and diplomacy."

Jihad declined to accuse any party to deal in Iraqi oil, which is Nhribe, asserting that "the oil ministry now can not accuse it did not have evidence or documents," explaining that "Baghdad would prefer to stay away from emotional or political accusation, and when there is an impartial investigation in the subject, will be announced to the world body involved in that. "

He revealed that the Iraq jihad for losses in the oil sector, as a result, "Daash" practices, amounting to billions of dollars, because of smuggling large quantities of oil, and the destruction of oil installations and pipelines to export oil.