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 Uranium from Iraqi Kurdistan exported abroad

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Uranium from Iraqi Kurdistan exported abroad  29.6.2011  
By Baqi Barzani - ekurd.net





June 29, 2011

ERBIL-Hewlęr, Kurdistan region 'Iraq', (ekurd.net) — There are unsubstantiated reports indicating that Uranium has been discovered in South Kurdistan [northern Iraq], and exported abroad by a foreign company, most likely heading to Turkey or Kuwait, and from there to a known XXX third country.

With the direct involvement of XXX military, a foreign company named XXX conducted the exploration and extraction operations from 2008-2009.

The site is situated between Shaqlawa and Bikhal. Whether Kurdistan Regional Government KRG was notified or directly involved, remains unknown.        

Iraqi Kurdistan Uranium exported abroad. (Illustration photo)
Numerous clandestine operations are in full swing in South Kurdistan. KRG must be informed regarding any such projects taking place within its realm.

Baqi Barzani is a Kurdish citizen of Sought Kurdistan [Iraq]. He advocates the notion of " establishing an independent Kurdish state". He contributes to various Kurdish media outlets, especially ekurd.net. You may reach the author via email at: baqi.barzani@yahoo.com

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