Maliki told the delegation that the surprise of the region to export oil abroad, although he was an agreement with Barzani during his recent visit to Baghdad
BAGHDAD / Obelisk: A source familiar with the matter said on Sunday that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki told Kurdish delegation negotiating that there are voices calling for the abolition of the region's share of the federal budget, while the source quoted al-Maliki, the surprise of the export of oil through the region to the outside despite the agreement with Najirfan latter.
The source said the "obelisk", "Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Vice President for Energy Affairs Hussain al-Shahristani met today with the delegation of the Kurdish negotiator regarding the file of oil, which included Fuad Masum, a representative of the National Union and Mohsen al-Sadoun of the KDP and gentle Mustafa on the mass change and Najib Abdullah for the Kurdistan Islamic Union. "
The source, who requested anonymity, that "al-Maliki told the delegation that the surprise of the region to export oil abroad, although he was an agreement with Barzani during his recent visit to Baghdad about the mechanism in which the export."
The source explained that "al-Maliki told Kurdish delegation negotiating that there are voices calling for the abolition of the government of the Kurdistan region's share amounting to 17% of the federal budget in the event of Tsidiarham oil without returning to the approval of Baghdad."
The source said that "al-Maliki told Kurdish delegation that he would convey the viewpoint of the government to the region and the decision is up to the prime minister."
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