Iraq agrees with Kuwait to regulate use of Khor Abdullah waterway
- Iraq: Wednesday, January 30 - 2013 at 07:18
Iraq has approved an agreement with Kuwait regulating the use of the shared Khor Abdullah waterway, AFP has reported. The waterway serves as Iraq's entrance to the Gulf, through which the vast majority of its oil exports flow. In 2011, Iraq began voicing concern that a Kuwaiti plan for a massive port would strangle its shipping lanes in the narrow waterway, but Kuwait has insisted the port will not affect Iraq.
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