Karbala / NINA / a member of the parliamentary Economic Committee Jawad AlTai said that the committee will hold a meeting on Sunday to discuss the agreements of Exxon Mobil Oil Company with Kurdistan region.
He told / Nina / today: "The meeting will discuss the issue of oil contracts between Kurdistan region and Exxon Mobil in details to get a comprehensive perception about the subject."
He added: "members of the Economic Commission met today and dealt with the subject waiting for more official reports to examine them fully."
Tai MP from Ahrar bloc cleared that: "the examination of the reports will be discussed fully within the Commission to have a final opinion on them and what can cause for the future of Iraq and its impact on the lives of the Iraqi people" he says.
It is mentioned that the oil contracts signed by Exxon Mobil with the Kurdistan region, caused preventing the company from participating in the recent licensing round for a number of oil wells in southern Iraq.
The Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki warned of the danger of Exxon Mobil Oil Company contracts with the Kurdistan region and he saw them as a serious gesture, saying he would go to the extreme degrees to preserve the national wealth.
Ali al-Moussawi the media adviser of the Prime Minister said that "when Maliki got the information about the contract of Exxon Mobil, the prime minister sent a massage to U.S. President Barack Obama urging him to intervene to prevent Exxon Mobil from going in that direction."
He added: "Maliki sees these deals as very serious gesture that could lead to ignite a war, because they lead to the disintegration of Iraq's unity." / End