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    Three members of the US Congress urge Biden to support the Kurdistan Region, which is being “suffoca Empty Three members of the US Congress urge Biden to support the Kurdistan Region, which is being “suffoca

    Post by Rocky Tue 19 Sep 2023, 3:49 pm

    Three members of the US Congress urge Biden to support the Kurdistan Region, which is being “suffocated”



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    Shafaq News/ A Reuters report revealed on Tuesday that three members of the US Congress urged President Biden in a letter that there is a need for a new American approach to facilitate the reopening of a pipeline between the Kurdistan Region of Iraq and Turkey, pointing out that the regional government is being exposed to " Economic strangulation, political and legal pressure, and the military threat from Iran and its supported elements in Baghdad.
    Reuters reported in a news report translated by Shafaq News Agency, “The pipeline contributes about 0.5% of global oil supplies, and has been closed since March, costing the Kurdistan Regional Government about $4 billion in lost exports, according to two sources familiar with the matter.” "The command."
    He added, "Turkey stopped flows on the northern Iraqi oil export route this year after an arbitration ruling issued by the International Chamber of Commerce ordered Ankara to pay compensation to Baghdad for unauthorized exports by the Kurdistan Regional Government between 2014 and 2018."
    The report added, "With global oil supplies being restricted by OPEC+ and prices rising, the United States will also benefit from the resumption of flows from the oil sector in northern Iraq."
    The report also added, "In the letter signed by three members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Monday, the Kurdistan Regional Government served as one of the most reliable partners of the United States in the Middle East."
    He noted that the letter sent by Congressmen Michael Waltz and Michael T. McCaul and Joe Wilson confirmed that the Kurdistan Regional Government "is subject to economic strangulation, political and legal pressure... and military threat from Iran and Iranian-backed elements in Baghdad."
    He called for a "new strategy in Iraq" to help resolve the crisis, but did not give details of what that strategy should be.
    The message came before a meeting between Iraqi Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani and US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken in New York.
    During the meeting, Blinken stressed US support for reopening the pipeline.
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