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    The Federal Government welcomes the proposal to export oil from Kirkuk fields across the region

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    The Federal Government welcomes the proposal to export oil from Kirkuk fields across the region Empty The Federal Government welcomes the proposal to export oil from Kirkuk fields across the region

    Post by Rocky Mon 07 May 2018, 4:27 am

    The Federal Government welcomes the proposal to export oil from Kirkuk fields across the region
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    The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) spokesman Sven Dziyi said on Monday that the federal government in Baghdad welcomed the proposal to export 250,000 barrels of oil from the Kirkuk fields through the transport pipeline in the province to the port of Ceyhan in Turkey. 


    He said in a press statement, "Baghdad Post" on the sidelines of his presence in the opening of a health center in Erbil that with regard to 250 thousand barrels of oil, which was issued by Kurdistan from Kirkuk daily,  
    which became under the control of Baghdad after the events of last year, we 
    submitted a proposal to Oil Minister Jabbar al - Minister Haider Abadi on the export of these quantities through the pipeline transport in the region extending to the Turkish port of Ceyhan and under the direct supervision of the company "Sumo" national. 


    The proposal was welcomed by Baghdad but was not part of serious talks and discussions, he said.



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