Uafhængig rapport viser at ISIS smugler olie til NATO-medlemmet og EU-ansøgeren Tyrkiet

A report compiled by an independent Norwegian oil and gas consulting firm verified earlier claims that Daesh, also known as ISIL/ISIS, smuggles most of its oil to Turkey.

After the request of the Norwegian Foreign Ministry the petroleum consulting firm Rystad Energy came up with the report back in July.

Many smugglers are corrupt border guards, who in the past helped Saddam Hussein avoid international sanctions; and now, they are helping the terrorist organization to export oil and bring in the money.

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Speaking at the UN Security Council Meeting on Countering the Financing of Terrorism, Russia’s UN envoy Vitaly Churkin said:

“The largest volume of oil products is sold via Turkey, with thousands of tanker trucks going through border crossings in Karkamıs, Akcakale, Dzhilvegezyu and Ondzhupynarm, but the largest flow of hydrocarbons is shipped via Turkish ports in the Mediterranean, mainly through the port of Ceyhan,” Churkin said, adding that oil smuggling brings Daesh militants at least 1.5 million dollars per day.

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