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    Erdogan's visit to Baghdad... re-pumping oil through "Ceyhan" is on the Iraqi-Turkish negotiations t

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    Erdogan's visit to Baghdad... re-pumping oil through "Ceyhan" is on the Iraqi-Turkish negotiations table
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    Baghdad Today - Baghdad
    The Parliamentary Oil and Energy Committee confirmed today, Monday (April 22, 2024), that the issue of re-pumping Iraqi oil through the port of Ceyhan is on the negotiating table between Iraq and Turkey, during the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Baghdad.  
    Committee member Dhargham Al-Maliki confirmed in an interview with “Baghdad Today” that “the visit of Turkish President Erdogan to Baghdad and holding important meetings with the Iraqi government is important given the number of files that will be discussed, especially with regard to the oil sector, which is one of the files that has economic dimensions,” noting that "Both Baghdad and Ankara have a vision regarding the mechanisms for returning oil pumping to the port of Ceyhan again after a hiatus that lasted for years."
    He added, "The arrangements for re-pumping oil do not fall on either party, but rather the situation requires consensus, especially in light of the presence of complaints in international courts that have been resolved," adding, "But the matter requires understandings between Baghdad and Ankara in order to turn the page on the past and proceed with setting up an appropriate mechanism." "Guarantees the interests of both sides."
    He pointed out that "unifying the export window through the official Iraqi company and Ankara's commitment to combating smuggling will strengthen the agreement and ensure the flow of oil according to paths that serve both parties, given that re-pumping oil will lead to financial and economic gains to Turkey."
    Earlier today, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan left the capital, Ankara, heading to Iraq on an official visit during which it is expected that he will conduct a tour that will include both Baghdad and Erbil .
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    Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan said, in previous statements, followed by “Baghdad Today” that Erdogan will visit Baghdad and Erbil, and will meet with his Iraqi counterpart, Abdul Latif Rashid, and Prime Minister Muhammad Shiaa Al-Sudani, and during the visit more than 20 agreements will be signed with Iraq, and he expressed Fidan expressed his belief that Turkish-Iraqi relations will be an important example in the region, especially with the implementation of the “Development Road” project, to which President Erdogan attaches great importance .
     The streets of Baghdad and Erbil were also decorated with banners reading in Turkish and Arabic, “We are honored by your visit,” and Turkish and Iraqi flags were hung to celebrate President Erdogan’s visit.
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