A complete halt in the export of Iraqi oil to Jordan through the Trebil port

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A complete halt in the export of Iraqi oil to Jordan through the Trebil port

A source in the Anbar local government reported on Wednesday that the export of petroleum derivatives through Trebil port to Jordan was halted.

According to a source’s statement, the export of petroleum derivatives from the Baiji refinery in Salah al-Din Governorate to Jordan through the Trebil port in the Rutba district, west of Anbar, has been completely halted. The reason behind this is that protesters stopped trucks carrying petroleum derivatives en route to Jordan.

According to the source, “The protesters took this action to prevent the transportation of Iraqi oil to the Israeli authorities.” The Trebil port officials have subsequently notified the relevant authorities to halt the export of oil derivatives to Jordan until further notice.

Today, protesters on the Iraqi-Jordanian border decided to prevent Iraqi oil from reaching Jordan via the Tarbil route in order to stop it from getting to Israel.