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    Democrat: Stopping oil exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan affects Iraq's imports

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    Post by Rocky Sat 22 Apr 2023, 4:15 am

    [size=52]Democrat: Stopping oil exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan affects Iraq's imports[/size]
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    The representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Jay Taymur, confirmed, on Saturday, that stopping oil exports through the port of Ceyhan causes severe damage to the total revenues of the Iraqi state, calling for the need to resume oil exports.  
    Timur said in an interview with Al-Maalouma agency, that "stopping oil exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan affects Iraq's budget on a daily basis," explaining that "it does not only affect the Kurdistan region, but also Kirkuk's exports."  
    He added, "We are waiting for the government to expedite the resumption of oil exports and solve all problems with Turkey," attributing "the reason for stopping exports to the decision of the International Arbitration Court, which obliged Turkey to pay one billion 600 million dollars to the central government.”  
    He pointed out that "millions of barrels are suspended, and Iraq will not benefit from its imports." He pointed out that "it is necessary to reach an agreement and reach understandings regarding the resumption of oil exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan."  
    And Prime Minister Muhammad Shia'a al-Sudani had directed all ministries to submit monthly reports that include non-oil revenues collected by the ministries and to discuss them. End / 25h
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    The representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Jay Taymur, confirmed, on Saturday, that stopping oil exports through the port of Ceyhan causes severe damage to the total revenues of the Iraqi state, calling for the need to resume oil exports. 
    “Stopping oil exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan affects Iraq’s budget on a daily basis,” Taymur said in a press interview seen by “Takadum,” explaining that “it does not only affect the Kurdistan region, but also Kirkuk’s exports.” 
    He added, "We are waiting for the government to expedite the resumption of oil exports and solve all problems with Turkey," attributing "the reason for stopping exports to the decision of the International Arbitration Court, in which Turkey committed to paying one billion 600 million dollars to the central government." 
    He pointed out that “millions of barrels are suspended, and Iraq will not benefit from its imports.” He pointed out that “there must be an agreement and understandings regarding the resumption of oil exports through the Turkish port of Ceyhan.” 
    Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani had directed all ministries to submit monthly reports that include non-oil revenues collected by the ministries and to discuss them.
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