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    A Turkish delegation is in Erbil to discuss the mechanism for resuming oil exports

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    A Turkish delegation is in Erbil to discuss the mechanism for resuming oil exports Empty A Turkish delegation is in Erbil to discuss the mechanism for resuming oil exports

    Post by Rocky Thu May 11, 2023 5:30 am

    A Turkish delegation is in Erbil to discuss the mechanism for resuming oil exports
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    Baghdad today - Kurdistan 
    Today, Thursday, an informed source revealed that a Turkish government delegation is visiting the city of Erbil. in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. 
    The source told (Baghdad Today) that "a Turkish government delegation will arrive in Erbil next week to discuss the issue of exporting oil from the Kurdistan region again through the Turkish port of Ceyhan."
    He added, "The Turkish delegation will discuss in the presence of representatives of SOMO, the Federal Ministry of Oil and the Ministry of Natural Resources in the region."
    And last Monday, Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani announced the resumption of oil exports from the fields of the Kurdistan region in the north of the country through the Turkish port of Ceyhan within a week, after a hiatus of several weeks following a decision issued by the International Arbitration Court in Paris, which stipulated the illegality of Turkey’s export of the region’s oil. Kurdistan through the port of Ceyhan without referring to the federal government in Baghdad
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