Iraq to build oil refinery in Sudan

Mar 03, 2014 12:00 AM

The Deputy Premier for Energy Affairs, Hussein al-Shahristani, hosted a senior Sudani delegation chaired by the Envoy of the Sudani President, Lieutenant General Mohamed Atta al-Mula, at his office in Baghdad.

Shahristani's media office reported in a statement received by AIN ''The Sudani delegation, which included the Minister of Oil, the Director of the Sudani Marketing company and several experts, and Shahristani discussed supplying Sudani with the Iraqi crude oil and the contribution in establishing an oil refinery.''

''Shahristani expressed the desire of Iraq to export oil to Sudan and to build an oil refinery in Bor port in Sudan,'' the statement added.

''The Sudani delegation praised the stance of the Iraqi Government in promoting the mutual cooperation and economic relations between the two countries,'' the statement concluded.

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