Twilight News / announced the director of the Iraqi National Oil Marketing Company "Sumo", said on Sunday that there are new efforts are being made in order to reach an agreement between Arbil and Baghdad aimed at resolving the oil and gas issue, pointing out that the agreement would be in the interest of both sides, while the provincial government announced its willingness to engage in dialogue in this regard.
The Director General of the company Falah Amer in a press statement, seen by Twilight News, that the efforts being made to bring together the views of the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government of view, hoping the success of these endeavors.
He added that the agreement if it is in the best interests of both sides and in the service of the Iraqi people.
With provincial government spokesman Sven Dzia stressed that the government is always ready for dialogue with Baghdad to reach an agreement between the two sides.
And on the same subject said an expert in law and oil contracts Zahir Majid in a press statement that is very difficult to sign a comprehensive agreement between the two parties and Nags because a great many problems, which are mostly related to the issue of control of oil and his administration.
He added that from my time Machines should conclude an agreement on the sale of Kirkuk by the Kurdistan Regional Government, adding that Erbil would not accept the "never" be controlled "Sumo" sell oil region.
And on the legal side and the differing views and interpretations and the prospects of reaching an agreement, Majid added that the Organization of the matter is currently under the general Iraqi budget law for the current year 2016, adding that the dispute lies in the application of the text of the budget law.
He pointed out that even if another agreement was signed there is no guarantee that it will be applied as it is, expressing his belief that the mentality that works officials in Baghdad would not allow any deal successfully.
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