Am afraid you’re terribly mistaken here. It doesn’t matter where the money for the pipeline came from, according to CPA each country keeps what’s on its land, that’s why you kept 75% of the oil and we kept all pipeline in north in addition to other facilities. So the pipeline is legally ours. Don’t take my word for it, ask somebody else who knows a bit about CPA.
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