Kurdistan declares its readiness to meet with officials in Baghdad to resolve outstanding problems in the oil sector
Sunday, July 22, 2012 12: 04
Ministry of natural resources in the Kurdistan Regional Government is ready to meet with officials of the Federal Government in Baghdad to resolve outstanding problems in the oil sector. Member of the Parliamentary Committee on oil and energy and fact-finding about exporting territory for crude oil to Turkey ' Awad Al-Awadi said all Iraq [where] "the Parliamentary Committee in charge of the truth about the Kurdistan regional government export crude oil to Turkey after the conclusion of her visit to the region and meet with officials will host the oil Minister in the Federal Government to hear the views of government officials and Minister of natural resources in Kurdistan was ready to have talks between the Governments of Baghdad and Erbil under the dome of the Parliament under the auspices of the Committee on oil and energy To see things lhakikitha. "


"We hope in the coming days to see crisis breakthrough though there are honest intentions of both parties and must lanhatkm on media statements in solving problems but to the Constitution and the laws that govern the country and managing natural wealth".

He was a member of the Parliamentary Committee on oil and energy Awad Al-Awadi said [where] the formation of a parliamentary Committee to visit Kurdistan region in the coming days to the truth about the export of crude oil territory to Turkey.

The Ministry of natural resources as described in the Kurdistan Regional Government parliamentary Committee talks with Ministry officials about the truth of why export territory for crude oil to Turkey "positive".

Release of Kurdistan received [where] a copy Saturday the Ministry of natural resources adviser to government territory serawan Abu Bakr saying that "Parliament delegation which visited Kurdistan during the past two days, ended talks with Ministry officials, and he returned to Baghdad to meet with Federal Oil Ministry officials to move the viewpoint to the territorial Government with regard to oil dispute".

The Adviser in the Ministry of natural resources in the Kurdistan Regional Government announced on 8 July during the current press releases "start exporting crude oil to Turkey before days in limited quantities to obtain petroleum and if needed we will produce oil to Iran," he said, adding that "the volume of crude oil exported sufficient to cover the needs of the three governorates of the region and we will continue to fuel oil until the Central Government to provide the territory with petroleum products," he said, adding that "the Central Government has led us to So ".

As described the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for energy by Kurdistan Hussain Shahristani to export crude oil from the region to some neighbouring countries as "unacceptable and contrary to the Constitution."

Turkey, for its part, announced last Friday [13 July current] start importing crude oil from Kurdistan and hold talks with him on direct sales of natural gas.

The Cabinet decided to form a Committee headed by Minister of oil and the membership of the Ministers of finance, trade and Chairman of the audit and Chief Adviser and Minister of natural resources and financial in the Kurdistan Regional Government to check figures and information about the production and export of oil.

There is disagreement between Baghdad and Erbil on 41 oil contracts signed by the Government of the territory since 2007 so far and described Baghdad's lack of transparency in the signature. ended

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