India asked to rethink Syrian oilfield investment

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January 28, 2006 11:35

 
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Washington has asked India to reconsider its decision to invest in a Syrian oil field, saying it could encourage Syria to obstruct UN investigations into last year's killing of a former Lebanese prime minister, a news report said Saturday. The US objections came weeks after India's state-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp. teamed with China National Petroleum Corp. to buy a 37 percent stake in Syria's al-Furat oil and gas fields, The Hindu newspaper reported. "The United States strongly opposes such investments in Syrian resources," the report said, quoting a copy of letter that it said US diplomats had handed India's foreign ministry. "We ask that you reconsider this decision."

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