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    Iraq holds Türkiye responsible for stopping pumping oil through Ceyhan

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    Iraq holds Türkiye responsible for stopping pumping oil through Ceyhan Empty Iraq holds Türkiye responsible for stopping pumping oil through Ceyhan

    Post by Rocky Mon 01 May 2023, 4:10 am

    [rtl]Iraq holds Türkiye responsible for stopping pumping oil through Ceyhan[/rtl]

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    [rtl]Baghdad-Iraq today:

    The deputy in parliament, Muhammad Al-Baldawi, attributed the reasons for the continued suspension of pumping oil from the Kirkuk and Kurdistan fields through the Ceyhan pipeline to pressure factors exerted by Turkey on Iraq.[/rtl]

    [rtl]Al-Baldawi said in a press interview, "Turkey is looking for its own interests and exploiting opportunities, especially with regard to resuming pumping Iraqi oil through the Ceyhan pipeline," pointing out that "Ankara does not want to bear financial compensation after the decision." of the International Arbitration Court, which judges the payment of compensation from Turkey to Iraq.” As a result of allowing Kurdistan to export oil through its territory.[/rtl]
    [rtl]He continued, "The federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government have reached advanced agreements and were welcomed by both sides, and this is an indication of an agreement to manage the Iraqi oil export file."[/rtl]
    [rtl]He added, "Iraq can find alternatives to exporting oil through Kurdistan, through the southern ports, to avoid financial losses and their aggravation," noting that "the Iraqi government has taken into account the volume of financial revenues resulting from the sale of oil from Kurdistan, and this calls for the need to work on a strategy that compensates for the volume of revenues.” suspended from the region.[/rtl]
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