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    Baghdad wants to export oil via Turkey .. The problems with the region is still an obstacle

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    Baghdad wants to export oil via Turkey .. The problems with the region is still an obstacle Empty Baghdad wants to export oil via Turkey .. The problems with the region is still an obstacle

    Post by Rocky Wed 30 May 2018, 3:07 am

    Baghdad wants to export oil via Turkey .. The problems with the region is still an obstacle
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    The Ministry of Oil seeks to re-export through the Turkish port of Ceyhan, indicating that the suspension of the pipeline Ceyhan Ceyhan cause great financial losses to Iraq.

    "The ministry is seeking to re-export oil through the Turkish port of Ceyhan to provide funds to the federal treasury," ministry spokesman Asim Jihad said in a press statement: "The current production of Kirkuk fields is up to 150 thousand barrels can be increased, .

    He explained Jihad: "The Kirkuk oil is stopped because of lack of agreement with the Kurdistan region," noting: "The ministry has announced more than once its desire to export through the northern port, but the complexities of files between the federal government and the region to prevent it, as well as the region to export and conclude contracts With companies without reference to the federal government and the Ministry of Oil. "

    He stressed: "The cessation of oil exports hurt the national economy and cause significant financial losses." 



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