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A member of the Parliamentary Oil Committee, Kazem Al-Toki, confirmed, on Thursday, that the government has taken measures to ensure the disposal of the quantities of oil produced in the region, amounting to 400 thousand barrels per day, pointing out that Iraq's share in OPEC was not affected as a result of stopping exports through Turkish territory.
Al-Touki told Al-Maalouma, that "the export of oil, after it stopped via Turkish territory, it was agreed that Kurdistan's oil would be transferred to refineries, as well as exported to Jordan, which would undertake a process through tanks towards Amman."
He added, "The government measures that followed the suspension of oil exports through Turkey, according to which the region's oil quantities of 400,000 barrels per day have been drained, in addition to the continuation of export according to the OPEC agreement through Basra."
And he indicated that "the issue of stopping exports through Turkish territory was not a technical issue, but rather a purely political one, after judicial decisions that stopped exports through Turkey." ended 25 n
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