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GUEST FOR WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22, 2010 
                                      (Originally aired July 1990)

                DR. ABDUL AMIR AL-ANBARI Ph.D

 

       Ambassador of Iraq to the United Nations

                                 (A the time of recording July 1990)   

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The program can be viewed in its entirety by clicking the you tube link below:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccBnUA9_DPc - H. E. DR. ABDUL AMIR Al-ANBARI Ph.D

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More about: H. E.  Dr Abdul Amir Al-Anbari Ph.D

H. E.  Dr Abdul Amir Al-Anbari Ph.D - July 1990 Air date Sanctions and reparations and their impact on Iraqs recovery Ambassador Dr. Abdul Amir Al Anbari (Permanent Delegate UNESCO) & International Legal Consultant, France The Impact of the United Nations Sanctions on the Iraqi Oil Industry was discussed by Dr. Abdul Amir Al Anbari, International Legal Consultant & Former Ambassador of Iraq to the United Nations and Unesco. Sanctions have damaged the Iraqi oil industry causing a lack of communications facilities, electrical power, purified water, sewage systems and even lack of medicine. It is estimated that expenditure US$12 billion is now necessary for Iraq to reach an oil production level of 3mb/d. - July 1990 Air date Sanctions and reparations and their impact on Iraqs recovery Ambassador Dr. Abdul Amir Al Anbari (Permanent Delegate UNESCO) & International Legal Consultant, France The Impact of the United Nations Sanctions on the Iraqi Oil Industry was discussed by Dr. Abdul Amir Al Anbari, International Legal Consultant & Former Ambassador of Iraq to the United Nations and Unesco. Sanctions have damaged the Iraqi oil industry causing a lack of communications facilities, electrical power, purified water, sewage systems and even lack of medicine. It is estimated that expenditure US$12 billion is now necessary for Iraq to reach an oil production level of 3mb/d.       

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Guest For WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 22,  2010

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