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English newspaper: There is a signed agreement between Baghdad and Erbil on the re-export of Kirkuk

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English newspaper: There is a signed agreement between Baghdad and Erbil on the re-export of Kirkuk

Post by rocky on Sat 10 Nov 2018, 3:19 am

English newspaper: There is a signed agreement between Baghdad and Erbil on the re-export of Kirkuk oil
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The newspaper "Financial Times" British, there is a prospective agreement between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, to resolve the issue of oil exports from the disputed areas and Kirkuk.
The newspaper said in a report, published on Friday, November 9, 2018, that the negotiations between Baghdad and Erbil on the re-export of oil from the disputed areas began last year, and in recent weeks reached talks between the two sides to advanced stages where the two sides are expected to reach a final agreement During the current month.
 The newspaper quoted three sources, who asked not to be named, saying that the new Finance Minister Fuad Hussein, and oil Thamer Ghadhban joined the negotiations between Baghdad and Erbil.
"The agreement between Baghdad and the regional government can add up to 400 thousand barrels per day to Iraqi exports."
Talk of an agreement on the re-export of oil and disputed Kirkuk, the days after the validity of the second package of US sanctions against Tehran, which caused high global oil prices
The State Department said last Thursday that Iraq must increase its share of oil exports to world markets to meet the shortfall in Iranian crude exports.
It is worth mentioning that Iraq stopped the export of oil from Kirkuk after the redeployment of federal forces in the province mid-October 2017, after the withdrawal of Peshmerga forces from Kirkuk and disputed areas


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