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    The American administration confirms its continued efforts to resume pumping Iraq's oil through Turk

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    The American administration confirms its continued efforts to resume pumping Iraq's oil through Turk Empty The American administration confirms its continued efforts to resume pumping Iraq's oil through Turk

    Post by Rocky Tue 19 Sep 2023, 5:30 am

    [rtl]The American administration confirms its continued efforts to resume pumping Iraq's oil through Turkish Ceyhan[/rtl]

    politics  ,  09/19/2023 10:12  Number of readings: 132 
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    [rtl]Baghdad - Iraq Today:

    The United States welcomed the relevant “constructive dialogue” between the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, stressing that it continues to work with all parties to “reopen the pipeline between Iraq and Turkey quickly and as soon as possible.” “

    US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan said in a press statement: “We welcome the constructive dialogue that took place last week between the Iraqi government and the Kurdistan Regional Government with the aim of resolving the outstanding problems in a consistent manner with the Iraqi constitution.”

    Jake Sullivan welcomed the Iraqi government's decision to send "more money" to the Kurdistan Regional Government to "help ensure the payment of salaries to government employees and promote stability and economic growth."

    On September 17, the Iraqi Council of Ministers decided to “lend to the Iraqi Kurdistan Regional Government an amount of two trillion and one hundred billion dinars for the current fiscal year, to be paid in three equal installments of (700) billion dinars for each Installment, starting in September.”

    The decision came after the visit of a high-level delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government, headed by Masrour Barzani, to Baghdad, during which he met with government officials and political leaders to discuss sending the Kurdistan Region's budget entitlements. 

    The US National Security Advisor confirmed in his statement that “the United States continues to work with all relevant parties to reopen the pipeline between Iraq and Turkey as quickly and as soon as possible.”

    He also stressed that the United States "will continue its intense involvement in enhancing Iraq's stability and security in order to promote a lasting solution to the outstanding issues."[/rtl]
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