BAGHDAD, Iraq Press November -7: accused the parliamentary energy committee, on Saturday, Turkey's cooperation with the organization in Daash and sale of crude oil smuggling operation.
The head of the Committee, MP Ares Abdullah, in a press statement: "We have information of smuggling Iraqi oil through Syria, and Syria to Turkey," pointing out that "Oil smuggling is one means of financing Daash".
Abdullah added, that "the countries agreed to cut funding Daash, but up to now and, directly or indirectly, there is a commercial deal between militants and the organization of Turkey in oil smuggling".
He pointed to "the existence of attempts to open this subject within the United Nations, but unfortunately for Turkey so far not responded to the Iraqi and European and American calls to cut off sources Daash".
Daash and controlled organization since June 2014, the refineries and oil fields in northern Iraq, but ethnic forces recently managed to restore the Baiji refinery, the largest refinery of the country. Ended
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