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    Washington calls on Kurdistan and Iraq's Baghdad to negotiate and warns those involved...

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    Post by Rocky Thu 12 Jun 2014, 6:03 am

    Washington calls on Kurdistan and Iraq's Baghdad to negotiate and warns those involved...  




    06/11/20140 
    WASHINGTON,— U.S. Department of State said that Washington stressed the need for the return of Kurdistan and Iraqi Baghdad for dialogue on oil exports and revenue sharing, warning those involved in the sale of Iraqi oil without Baghdad's approval from facing "serious legal risk."

    The US State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf said in a statement that” U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Brett McGurk is continuing his talks since arriving in Iraq last Saturday with officials of Kurdistan Region to discuss the political and security situation and push for the resumption of relations between Erbil and Baghdad”.

    She revealed that the U.S. envoy will travel to Baghdad later on Tuesday to meet with Iraqi officials from across the political spectrum to discuss the growing threat of the recent attacks in Mosul, without referring to the parties that will meet with the U.S. delegation.
    She added that the U.S. envoy would urge Baghdad on the importance of renewing discussions on line about the oil crisis, pointing out that the export or sale of Iraqi oil without the approval of the federal government expose those involved for "serious legal risk."

    Kurdistan Regional Government has confirmed that it has exported oil through the Turkish port of Ceyhan and sold it in international markets without the approval of Baghdad,[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] which called on the Iraqi government to file a lawsuit against them, the Turkish government and the purchasing companies with the International Chamber of Commerce.
     

    Need to be mentioned that a second shipment of Iraqi Kurdish crude has sailed from the Turkish port of Ceyhan on Monday, industry and government sources said, increasing the stakes in a battle with Baghdad over control of oil sales from the autonomous Kurdistan region.

    The United Emblem suezmax tanker, carrying 1 million barrels of crude, sailed from the harbor on Turkey's Mediterranean coast on Monday, Reuters AIS Live ship tracking showed.

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