Al-Kazemi receives Al-Khasawneh to discuss common files

Baghdad-ALsharqiya, January 28: Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi received today, Thursday, the Jordanian Prime Minister, Bishr Al-Khasawneh, who began a visit to Baghdad to discuss joint cooperation files, especially the extension of the agreement to supply oil to the Kingdom. He will discuss many common issues between the two parties, including the extension of the oil supply agreement to the Kingdom. Jordan is linked with Iraq in another oil project, which is the pipeline to export crude oil from Basra to the city of Aqaba and then to the port of Suez, where the Iraqi Ministry of Oil announced earlier that it had begun to deliver commercial and technical offers for the construction of the pipeline with a capacity of one million barrels per day, as it expects to witness the first quarter. From 2021, the project will be completely transferred to allow its construction to begin.


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