Kurdistan region announced the resumption of the export of crude oil, the amount of  thousand barrels per day through a network of pipelines National Sumo "goodwill gesture" to resolve outstanding problems with the federal government in the capital, Baghdad.
It is noteworthy that a severe crisis erupted between Baghdad and Erbil on the back to stop the Kurdistan region in April 2012 to pump oil until further notice because of disagreements with Baghdad on the financial dues to oil companies operating in it.
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Barzani that "the talks with Baghdad over oil export file and the general budget and continuing these discussions have not resulted so far from any agreement to remember
Barzani added, "It's a goodwill gesture by the territorial Government has proposed granting the negotiations another chance of positive actions for the export of oil and input them to export oil would be increased by 100,000 hundred thousand barrels per day, starting from the first month of next April 2014 and will continue until they reach the negotiations to a positive outcome."
The President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, said that "the Kurdistan Regional Government did not put any preconditions for this initiative, the government will seek the region in the coming weeks to discuss the full settlement mechanism on the export of petroleum products to the Kurdistan region, management and control of the oil sales revenue."
Barzani pointed out that "the provincial government will retain in all circumstances all its rights under the permanent Iraqi constitution."
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