Production stopped at the Nasiriyah oil field in southern Iraq

Nasiriyah-ALSharqiya December 28: Production has stopped in the Nasiriyah oil field in southern Iraq, after demonstrators cut roads leading to the oil field, demanding jobs, according to what AFP and security sources said. Officials told France Press that the administrative buildings of the national company operating the field have been closed for fifty days in the context of the civil disobedience campaign that paralyzes a large part of southern Iraq. And the production of the field of Nasiriyah reaches one hundred thousand barrels per day usually, and experts thought that this would not have an impact


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