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    The Turkish Energy Minister denies fining his country $1.4 billion in the case of exporting Kurdista

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    The Turkish Energy Minister denies fining his country $1.4 billion in the case of exporting Kurdista Empty The Turkish Energy Minister denies fining his country $1.4 billion in the case of exporting Kurdista

    Post by Rocky Wed Mar 29, 2023 8:54 am

    [size=30]The Turkish Energy Minister denies fining his country $1.4 billion in the case of exporting Kurdistan's oil
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    Turkish Energy Minister Fatih Donmez denied, on Wednesday, that Turkey had fined $1.4 billion in the case of the international arbitration award.  
      
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    When asked if his country had been fined $1.4 billion, the Turkish Energy Minister said in a statement to his country’s media, followed by “NAS” (March 29, 2023), that “there is no such amount.. There is a long report that mentions several penalties, but Not unilateral sanctions.  
      
    He added, "Four of the five sanctions requested by Iraq were rejected, and one was accepted."  
      
    He continued, "We had our own demands. Five of our six requests were accepted and one was denied. On this basis, our lawyers and friends are evaluating these penalties."  
      
    He pointed out, "Of course, there is an agreement between us and the Iraqi government. According to international law and the report prepared by the International Court of Arbitration, we play a constructive role. Time will show this fact."  
      
    The Turkish Ministry of Energy and Natural Resources commented, earlier, on the decision of the international arbitration panel on the export of oil from the Kurdistan region to Turkey.  
      
    The ministry said in its statement, which was seen by "NAS" (March 28, 2023), that "Iraq's victory in the oil case before the Judicial Committee of the International Chambers of Commerce, based in Paris, is a known and necessary matter."    
      
    In fact, this issue reflects the conflict between the Iraqi central government and the Iraqi Kurdistan region, which is a constitutional unity that has been going on for years, and our country has always respected the unity and integrity of Iraq, according to the statement.    
      
    The ministry said, "Our country has spent billions of dollars since 1973 to keep the Iraqi-Turkish oil pipeline in operation despite regional instability, and it has taken diplomatic measures to resolve differences with the parties and countries concerned."    
      
    The Paris Judicial Committee rejected four of the five Iraqi requests, according to the statement.    
      
    The statement concluded, "Turkey is ready to apply international law as before. It is also ready for all efforts between the main parties to the conflict to reach a permanent solution."    
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