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On Saturday, economic expert Sadiq al-Rikabi called on the government to clarify the truth about the decision of the International Chamber of Commerce Arbitration Court regarding the export of Kurdistan's oil via Turkey.
Al-Rikabi said in a post on Facebook, "The statement issued by the Turkish government and press reports regarding the arbitration between Iraq and Turkey regarding the export of the region's oil says that Turkey won the case and not the other way around. According to the Turkish government, the court accepted four lawsuits it submitted against Iraq and rejected it." Only one and adds that Iraq must pay compensation to Turkey.
He added, "It is true that the court set an amount of 1.5 billion dollars as a fine for Turkey's acceptance of oil transportation without the approval of the Iraqi Oil Marketing Company (SOMO), but the amount is much less than what Iraq aspired to, and it was no less than 33 billion dollars."
He pointed out that "he did not announce how much compensation Iraq should pay to Turkey, and we have not seen any Iraqi government spokesman mentioning the issue of Iraq paying compensation," wondering, "Is the Turkish official statement side with the truth and trying to change the wording of the court's decision in front of its audience?" The truth of the ruling that Iraq is trying to announce part of and hide the other part? This question is not for experts, but for the Iraqi government to explain to us the truth of the ruling issued by the Court of Arbitration at the International Chamber of Commerce.
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