Iran-Iraq gas contract extension outcome of promoted energy diplomacy, says MP

SHANA (Tehran) – The extension of a contract to export Iran’s gas to Iraq is the outcome of promoting energy diplomacy, particularly with neighboring states, said a member of the Parliament’s Energy Committee on Saturday.

Ramezanali Sangdovini told SHANA the 13th administration has established good relations with neighbors and other countries, including the members of BRICS and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), leading to strong diplomacy.

Capable knowledge-based companies were created, particularly in the oil and gas sectors, amid the enemy’s sanctions, said the lawmaker, adding the companies are now producing a great number of products needed by the oil industry, helping the energy sector develop.

Mohammad Baqeri, a member of the Parliament’s Economic Committee, said the 13th administration inheriting tough conditions stemming from the sanctions and the previous government’s incompetence was faced with problems about exporting oil and non-oil products and has tried to improve the country’s economy since it took office in August 2021.

Joining the international and extraregional agreements, the incumbent government has boosted its overseas synergy, said the legislator.

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