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Publish Date: 12:57 - 04 May 2013
Tehran, YJC. Member of the Majlis Energy Committee says that things do not resemble a breakthrough in the oil section.
Hossein Amiri Khamakani has said that the lowering oil production in the past few years and Iran’s failure to keep up with rival countries in tapping into shared fields has nothing in common with an economic breakthrough.

He said that an economic breakthrough takes realistic officials on the executive stage and said "The current economic circumstances of the country, partly due to sanctions and international pressure, leave no place for negligence, laziness, and propaganda in the executive management of the country.”

Spokesman for the Energy Committee of the Majlis added "Right now, a lot of work is laid down in different economic sections, especially the energy section, whose management needs boldness and resolution.”

He believed that propaganda and sentimental approach to vital issues like energy will leave irremediable effects on the country.

"The bitter, undeniable truth regarding oil and gas, and especially shared fields, is our standstill and obvious, meaningful deceleration in contrast to neighbor countries. If we look carefully, maybe one of the most important instances for the economic breakthrough slogan to be realized is to accomplish the unfinished projects and make up for the delay the country suffers in this section,” Khamakani stated.

He asserted "Although we heard a lot propaganda by the government in the past 8 years, especially about services rendered to the people, the propaganda comes with a lot of distance from the realities of the country. The obvious reduction in oil production and lack of concern for it in the past years is a good point in case.”

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