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Erbil agrees with Baghdad to export Kirkuk oil through its territory

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Post by claud39 on Wed Nov 14, 2018 3:05 pm


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Baghdad «Al-Quds Al-Arabi»: The Iraqi Kurdistan government, on Wednesday, the federal government welcomed the proposal in Baghdad to export Kirkuk oil across the territory of the region. 
"We offered at the beginning of 2018 to Abadi a proposal to extend a pipeline through the Kurdistan region, and to export from 250,000 barrels per day, 300,000 of Kirkuk's oil to Turkey, and the revenue goes back to the whole of Iraq," said Sven Dziyi, a spokesman for the Kurdistan government. . 
He added: «Weeks ago we submitted the same proposal and idea to the Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi, was welcomed the proposal», noting that «the current federal government welcomed only, and did not enter the proposal in the framework of practical implementation».
He expressed hope that «a decision from Baghdad on the export of Kirkuk oil through the Kurdistan region, especially with the start of economic sanctions imposed by the United States on Iran», stressing that «global markets need Kirkuk oil, and can lead the export of 300,000 barrels of Kirkuk to To fill part of the shortfall that will be caused by those sanctions on Iran ». 
He pointed out that «the decision had been issued from Baghdad earlier this year, Iraq would have achieved more than 6 billion US dollars revenues from Kirkuk oil». 
The Kurdistan region began to export oil independently of Baghdad in 2014 via its line to the Turkish port of Ceyhan on the Mediterranean and from there to the world markets. 
The KRG continues to export oil abroad, except for the Kirkuk fields, which have been shut down since October 2017 after Iraqi forces regain control of the fields.
Kurdistan says Iraq's constitution does not contain any substance preventing it from developing oil resources in its territory. The provincial government has signed contracts with major international oil companies, including Exxon Mobil, Rosneft and Jane, to develop its oil fields, which pump between 300 and 500 thousand barrels per day.

In a related matter, the Federal Supreme Court postponed the decision on the special case in the sale of oil Kurdistan, to next month. 
Earlier, the Federal Supreme Court assigned a technical expert to submit a report on questions concerning the appeal of the unconstitutionality of Kurdistan to extract oil from its territory and sell it directly. 
The Federal Supreme Court is the largest judicial authority in Iraq. It adjudicates disputes between the federal and provincial governments and the constitutionality of laws, regulations, instructions and orders issued by any party. 
On the other hand, the Kurdistan government stressed that the two customs points set by the Iraqi government with the region is illegal and illegal, noting that they benefit the groups of "armed militias." 
The spokesman for the government of the Territory, Sven Dziey, said that "the customs points set by Baghdad with the Kurdistan region is illegal," calling for the need to "abolish them as soon as possible."
He added that «a delegation of the federal government visited the Kurdistan region to regulate customs tariffs», stressing that «the points set by the Iraqi government with the Kurdistan region is illegal and illegal, and is beneficial to the militia groups». 
He continued: «Federal government promised to cancel those points», but said «But we do not know the seriousness of Baghdad in regard to this matter». 
In addition to the "economic tightening" imposed by Baghdad on the Kurdistan region, and its effects on the internal situation in northern Iraq, officials in the region fear the impact of the consequences of US sanctions on Iran. 
On this basis, the Government of Kurdistan, the United States of America called for the exclusion of the territory and Iraq from materials and commodities that are imported from Iran. 
"We have no good relations with Iran," he said. "The region has good relations with Iran, and we hope that the problems facing Tehran will end."
According to the Kurdish government official, the Kurdistan region «will be affected by those sanctions imposed on Iran in terms of trade», noting that «Kurdistan is part of Iraq, and will abide by the decisions issued by Baghdad on sanctions». 
"We hope that the daily necessities that are imported from Iran will not be part of the sanctions project," he concluded.
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