After stopping processing gasoline to Kurdistan .. Shahristani postpone Ativh .. Talabani and confirms that the export of oil through the central government exclusively

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After stopping processing gasoline to Kurdistan .. Shahristani postpone Ativh .. Talabani and confirms that the export of oil through the central government exclusively
22/05/2012 12:35Economyno comments Baghdad, "Iraq's Gate" economics editor
After instructed Oil Minister Abdul Karim and coffee Monday to halt Iraq's Kurdistan region to provide the substance of gasoline refineries on the back of the ministry of oil smuggling in the region.

Is the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hussain al-Shahristani, Tuesday, to postpone the decision to stop processing the Kurdistan region Balenzan for a period of one month at the request of President Jalal Talabani, welcomed the proposal as regional president, Massoud Barzani, the formation of a joint parliamentary committee to investigate the sources of oil smuggling.

A statement issued by the Office of President Jalal Talabani, the latter "received yesterday evening, Deputy Prime Minister for Energy, Hussain al-Shahristani, Oil Minister Abdul Karim and coffee," noting that "the two sides discussed the course of relations between Baghdad and Erbil, and ways to address the outstanding issues between them." .

The statement added that "al-Shahristani is during the meeting, postpone the decision to stop the processing of the Kurdistan region of petrol, for a period of one month at the request of President Jalal Talabani, to be addressing the situation on this issue," noting that "al-Shahristani also welcomed the proposal of the President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, the formation of a joint parliamentary committee to investigate the sources of oil smuggling.

In a major development in the differences between the central government and the KRG over oil, announced the Ministry of Natural Resources in the government of the Kurdistan region of Iraq, on Monday, (21 of May), the Territory will be released crude oil from fields in August 2013, through the pipe network independent up to the port Ceyhan, while confirming that it Ststqta 17% of the revenues of these exports and recognizes the remainder to the central government.

In the same context, al-Shahristani announced on Tuesday that President Jalal Talabani stressed the need to be exporting oil produced in Iraq by the central government exclusively, and drew at the same time that the latter praised the development of the oil sector and its achievements.

It quoted "Alsumaria News" spokesman for the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister Faisal Abdullah said that "al-Shahristani, Oil Minister Abdul Karim Laibi met, yesterday, with President Jalal Talabani," noting that "Talabani said during the meeting should be the export of oil produced from Iraq through the federal government of the Ministry of Oil exclusively. "

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