Kurdistan: Baghdad and Erbil agreement will open new horizons to the relationship between the parties :
Friday, September 14, 2012 07:34 GMT

Alsumaria News / Baghdad
Confirmed the Kurdistan Alliance, said Friday that an agreement Baghdad and the Kurdistan region to pay the dues of the oil companies will contribute to enactment of a law of oil and gas, pointing out that this convergence will open new horizons to the relationship between the parties, and would allow the province to export 200 thousand barrels of oil a day.

A spokesman for the coalition supporter Tayeb in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "Kurdistan Alliance welcomes meet a delegation from the Kurdistan region with representatives of the Federal Government, which led to the agreement on several fronts, including the payment of oil companies," adding that "the meeting will end file Under thorny for a long time, and would allow the province to export 200 thousand barrels of oil a day. "

Tayeb pointed out that the "halt oil exports taken by the Government of the Territory and the management of those companies for non-payment of dues by the federal government," stressing that "re-export the federal budget will provide funds billions."

Tayeb considered that "this meeting will contribute significantly to open new horizons to the relationship between the two parties as well as accelerate the enactment of a law for oil and gas, which remained Arah place since 2007."

The ministers agreed on the governments in Baghdad and Erbil, on Thursday (13 September 2012), the formation of a joint bilateral committees for scrutiny and resolve outstanding problems and payment of dues of oil companies in the region in light of the budget law.

It is noteworthy that the meeting, which brought together ministers in the governments in Baghdad and Erbil was sponsored by the Deputy Prime Minister Ruz Nuri Shawish included both the Minister of Finance in the Federal Government Rafie al-Issawi and Oil Minister in the Federal Government Abdul Karim defect and Commerce Minister in the federal government Khairallah Babiker and Chairman of Supreme Audit Abdul Basit Turki and Minister of Natural Resources in the Kurdistan region Iachta Hawrami and a number of officials in the Ministry of Finance for the Kurdistan region.

The severe crisis has erupted between Baghdad and Erbil on the back off the Kurdistan region in (the first of April 2012) pumping oil because of the dispute over financial dues to oil companies operating in it.

The origin of the renewed ancient dispute between the governments in Baghdad and Erbil to oil contracts concluded by the region and which Baghdad deems illegal, while the region say they are based on the Iraqi constitution and the bilateral agreements signed with the federal government.

It is noteworthy that Iraq political crisis since last April, was claims to withdraw confidence from the government of President Nouri al-Maliki by the Kurdistan Alliance and the Iraqi List and the Sadrist movement, which fell later, but this crisis began decompose after he announced the National Alliance for the formation of the Reform Commission presented a paper containing 70 Article notably resolving the mandate of the three presidencies and security ministries and the balance in the armed forces and independent bodies and various organs of the State.