June 14, 2001
Malaysia on Wednesday, June 13, sent a medical mission to Iraq and reiterated its support for decade-old UN sanctions on Baghdad to be lifted. The mission ― dubbed the "peace and friendship flight" ―
A sea link between Iraq and Southeast Asia was launched on Wednesday, June 13, as a ship from Indonesia arrived in the southern port of Um Qasr on a maiden trip, the official news agency INA reported.
Lebanon will sign a free trade agreement with Iraq in July, joining the ranks of Egypt, Libya, Tunisia and Syria, the chief of the Lebanese industrial association was quoted Wednesday, June 13, as say
A private Turkish company will launch charter flights from Turkey to Iraq next week, the first time since the 1991 Gulf War, a spokeswoman for the firm said Wednesday, June 13. The planes of the compa
American energy sources have reported that the country’s oil and gasoline reserves have recently experienced significant growth.
June 13, 2001
An Iraqi Foreign Ministry official has denied that his country is responsible for attacks carried out by the Iraq-based Iranian opposition group, Muja
Tunisia has complained about the UN Security Council's recently-adopted practice of listening to music at the start of each session on Iraqi sanctions
Iraq said Tuesday that Saudi Arabia's seizure of an Iraqi oil pipeline crossing the kingdom was a "hostile" act aimed at exerting political pressure o
The decision by Iraq to suspend oil exports has had little effect on crude oil markets and supply levels are adequate, the International Energy Agency said on Tuesday, June 12. However, in its monthly
June 12, 2001
Iraq’s Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz on Monday warned Turkey that British and US proposals to impose “smart” sanctions on Iraq would damage the Tur
Saudi Arabia told the UN in a letter released Monday that it had expropriated a pipeline built to carry Iraqi crude oil across Saudi territory.
The Jordanian parliament on Monday, June 11, urged the government to reject a US-British bid for "smart" sanctions on Baghdad and called anew for a total lift of UN-imposed sanctions on Iraq. The app
Deputy Prime Minister Tareq Aziz warned Turkey that British and US proposals to impose "smart" sanctions on Iraq would damage the Turkish economy, in talks in Baghdad Monday, June 11, with Turkish env
June 11, 2001
Jordanian and Iraqi trade officials are expected to meet in Amman next month to discuss the trade protocol between the two countries.
Iraq's Southern Petroleum Compagny (SPC) announced Sunday, June 9, that despite the embargo, it was exploiting three new oilfields in the south, where it hoped to double output to 400,000 barrels per