Abdul-Mahdi: A delegation from the Kurdistan visit Baghdad soon to discuss the region's budget for 2016

Twilight News / Oil Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said on Saturday that the high-level delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government is scheduled to visit Baghdad soon to discuss the region's budget next year.
Abdul-Mahdi said at a news conference after a meeting of local governments to discuss issues related to the transfer of powers to the producing provinces, which was held in Dhi Qar, it said that the delegation will also discuss the oil agreement signed between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government in Baghdad.
Under the oil agreement between Erbil and Baghdad and the site during the formation of the current Iraqi government last year that the provincial government to export an average of 550 000 barrels of crude oil a day for the benefit of the Iraqi Oil Ministry, including 300 000 barrels of Kirkuk oilfields and 250 000 barrels of fields of the region, compared to abide by Baghdad, sending the region's share of the general Iraqi budget, amounting to 17% of them, but the two sides not to allege the other party's commitment to the agreement and the law of the budget.