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    Iraq and Iran sign MoU on Kirkuk oil export pipeline study

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    Iraq and Iran sign MoU on Kirkuk oil export pipeline study Empty Iraq and Iran sign MoU on Kirkuk oil export pipeline study

    Post by Rocky Mon 20 Feb 2017, 3:09 pm

    Iraq and Iran sign MoU on Kirkuk oil export pipeline study
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    BAGHDAD,— Iraq and Iran signed a memorandum of understanding on Monday to study the construction of a pipeline to export crude oil from the northern Iraqi fields of Kirkuk via Iran, the Iraqi oil ministry said in a statement.
    The agreement, signed in Baghdad by the oil ministers of the two countries, also calls for a commission to solve a conflict about joint oilfields and the possible transportation of Iraqi crude to Iran’s Abadan refinery, it said.
    Iraqi Oil Minister Jabar al-Luaibi said in the statement that he also agreed with visiting Iranian counterpart Bijan Zanganeh to cooperate on the policies of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.

    Kirkuk, an oil rich city in Iraq’s north is claimed by both Iraq’s central government and the country’s Kurdish region.
    The Kurds are seeking to integrate Kirkuk province into the semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region claiming it to be historically a Kurdish city, but Iraq’s central government opposes this. The population is a mix of majority Kurds and minority of Arabs, Christians and Turkmen.
    Kurds have a strong cultural and emotional attachment to Kirkuk, which they call “the Kurdish Jerusalem.” Kurds see it as the rightful and perfect capital of an autonomous Kurdistan state.
    Kirkuk has seen a rise in ethnic tensions following the Islamic State group’s blitz across northern and western Iraq in 2014. Iraqi security forces largely withdrew from Kirkuk and Kurdish Peshmerga forces known took [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] of the city. Since then, Shiite militia fighters have also massed around the city.

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