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    Türkiye informs Iraq of its readiness to resume pumping Kurdistan oil

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    Türkiye informs Iraq of its readiness to resume pumping Kurdistan oil Empty Türkiye informs Iraq of its readiness to resume pumping Kurdistan oil

    Post by Rocky Fri 24 Nov 2023, 9:03 am

    [rtl]Türkiye informs Iraq of its readiness to resume pumping Kurdistan oil[/rtl]

    Economy  ,  11/24/2023 19:32  Number of readings: 57 
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    [rtl]Baghdad - Iraq today:[/rtl]
    [rtl]Today, Friday, the Parliamentary Oil Committee confirmed the imminent consumption of oil exports from the region's share through the Turkish port of Ceyhan. Committee member Sabah Sobhi said in a press statement, “The problem of stopping the export of oil through the Turkish port of Ceyhan has been resolved between the Iraqi and Turkish sides, as Turkey expressed that the pipelines through which oil is exported to the port of Ceyhan is ready, as well as what is related to the arrangements as a result of the private international arbitration case.” At the Paris Court. Sobhi added, “The cessation of exports at the port of Ceyhan does not serve Turkey, Iraq, or the Kurdistan region, and therefore things are moving towards resolving the problems and resuming exports.” He explained, “Soon the export of the region’s share of the Kirkuk fields to the port of Ceyhan will be resumed soon,” noting that “Iraq suffered financial losses as a result of the cessation of exports, and the money it lost was sufficient to "solve the problem of the region's dues and salaries."[/rtl]
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