Kurdish lawmaker stresses the need for an international point of entry in the "new"
Kurdish lawmaker stresses the need for an international point of entry in the "new" oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil
MP for the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Abdul Ghani Yahya, on Thursday, the need for an international point of entry to be honorable to the "new" oil agreement scheduled to be completed in Baghdad between the federal government and the province ofKurdistan.
Yahya said in an interview with Alsumaria's News, "It is necessary that the conclusion of a new oil agreement between the federal government and the Kurdistan region," stressing "the need to be there an international point of a third party, be honorable and monitoring of the agreement the two sides will be signed in Baghdad."
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Yahya added, that "the previous agreement between the two parties failed to achieve its objectives, and must sign a new agreement on the parties to ensure their rights."
And called on the Office of the Presidency of the Kurdistan region, on Wednesday (October 28, 2015) to oil deal "clear" between the province and the center, and as pointed out that the current agreement which "lack", confirmed the visit near the Kurdish delegation to Baghdad.
The Council of Ministers decided, in (2 December 2014), to approve the oil agreement between Baghdad and the Kurdistan region which provides for the delivery of the region no less than 250 thousand barrels of oil per day to Baghdad for the purpose of export, after reaching the Kurdish delegation headed by Nechirvan Barzani, with Iraqi government an agreement on the region's share in the budget and export of oil.