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Iraakse olieminister Jabbar Loyebi

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December ‎9, ‎2017, ‏‎22:40:09 PM
Irak en Iran komen overeen om de olie-export uit Kirkuk-olievelden te verhogen

Een Iraakse oliefunctionaris heeft een overeenkomst tussen Iran en Iran aangekondigd om 30.000 tot 60.000 bpd ruwe olie uit Kirkuk-olievelden te exporteren.
Iraakse olie-minister zei vorige maand dat Irak van plan is om zijn olieproductie uit de olievelden van Kirkuk te verhogen naar één miljoen vaten per dag.
Ongeveer twee maanden geleden, toen Iraakse troepen de controle over de olievelden van Kirkuk overnamen van de Koerden,
Werd de olie-export uit deze olievelden stopgezet.
Volgens de Iraakse olie-minister is de overeenkomst in Teheran ondertekend door twee landen.
Iranian Revolutionary Guards!

Zondag 24 september 2017, 12:38:03 PM

Maneuvering of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards in the run-up to the Iraqi Kurdistan referendum
Barzani We hebben wapens en munitie uit Iran  

Friday, ‎September ‎29, ‎2017, ‏‎2:53:55 AM

Iran Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif meets Massoud Barzani, President of the Kurdistan Region, in Erbil. August 26, 2014

Massoud Barzani, head of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, on Tuesday, September 4th, announced the delivery of weapons and ammunition to the Kurdish forces by the Islamic Republic of Iran.Massoud Barzani, speaking at a joint news conference with Iran's foreign minister in Erbil, said that "We have requested weapons and Iran was the first country to provide us with weapons", Reuters reported.The German news agency also reports that Mr Barzani said in a statement that "the achievement of these weapons has increased our ability to fight Kurdish forces".

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Jawad Zarif, who arrived in Iraq on Sunday, September 2, traveled to Erbil, Kurdistan Region, on Wednesday to meet with officials in the area.Mr Zarif once again emphasized in his joint news conference on Tuesday with Massoud Barzani that "the Islamic Republic of Iran does not have military forces in Iraq, but is ready to help Iraq and Kurdistan".The Iranian Foreign Minister also called for "further development and deepening of cooperation and exploitation of existing opportunities with Iraq and the Kurdistan region,"

according to ISNA news agency.He also said: "The fight against terrorism, pending its definitive defeat, must be immensely comprehensive, and regional and subregional countries and institutions should be responsible for solving these common worries and threats in the best way."At the beginning of his trip to Iraq,

Mohammad Jawad Zarif denied the presence of Iranian soldiers on Iraqi soil 
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but at the same time he emphasized that the Islamic Republic "fully supported" the Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi.Meanwhile, Iranian Interior Minister Abdulreza Rahmani Fazli announced on Mondaythat the Islamic Republic "has, in addition to providing advice," also "organized" Iraqi Kurdistan forces.He also added that Iran's President Hassan Rouhani said in his remarks about the possibility of the collapse of the cities of Karbala and Najaf saying that "these cities are our red line, and if there are any such incidents, there will be no restrictions on operations.

"The rapid advance of the forces of the self-proclaimed Islamic government in Iraq and Syria, which began about two and a half months ago, has caused many concerns in the region and beyond.The victory of the "Islamic State" forces on some fronts against the Iraqi Kurdistan forces has added to these concerns, and has led the United States and some other countries to send weapons to the Peshmerga Group, and the United States will arrange air strikes against Islamic State positions.

Denial of seizure of Mosul Dam by "Islamic State"On Tuesday, some reports about the "capture" of the Mosul dam by the forces of the self-proclaimed Islamic state were released, which Massoud Barzani denied in his joint news conference, saying that "Mosul Dam is under the effective control of the Peshmerga."Kurdish Peshmerga forces succeeded in removing Mosul Dam, the largest dam in Iraq, from the control of the Islamic State forces on August 26.