Saudi Arabia, other gulf states to offset Iraqi oil supplies to Jordan

04/07/2003
With Japanese financial backing, Saudi Arabia and other Persian Gulf oil-exporting states have confirmed they will provide Jordan with crude and fuel oil, replacing supplies from Iraq that stopped on Mar. 20, the first day of the US-led war against Baghdad."The kingdom will be among Arab countries that will compensate Jordan with its oil needs," Saudi Arabia's Prince Saud Al Faisal told a press conference Mar. 26. But he added: "It will not be at preferential prices." Click here to enlarge imageThat was a dig at the fact that Iraq has covered all of Jordan's requirements for crude and fuel oil for the past 13 years under a special arrangement: one half at preferential prices and ...
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