economy , 2023/05/26 10:19 , Number of readings: 174
[rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:
Iraqi Oil Minister Hayan Abdul Ghani said that an "excellent" agreement had been signed with 4 major buyers of Kurdistan's oil to export between 400,000 and 500,000 barrels per day, adding, "Turkey has informed us that it is examining the system to ensure that it is not damaged.
Abdul Ghani added, from Jeddah, to reporters, “The regional government and the federal government signed an agreement to export oil from the Kurdistan region, which is a good agreement. The purpose of the agreement is for the Oil Marketing Company to start the process of marketing and selling crude oil. Turkey has been informed that Iraq is ready to export this amount of oil.” oil.”
He pointed out, "We have informed our brothers in Turkey that the system will be examined for possible damage caused by the earthquake in the region, and therefore the ball is now in Turkey's court." "We hope the problem will be resolved soon," Abdul-Ghani said. [/rtl]
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