Iraq Oil & Energy Committee says no agreement between Baghdad, Kurdistan yet

Posted by on Dec 07, 2013 | Leave a Comment

Baghdad (newsletter).The Committee on oil and energy parliamentary it support any agreement between Baghdad and Erbil to export oil region crisis, indicating that the recent agreement between the parties was not offered as not in the ‘ core ‘ work.

Member of the Parliamentary Committee on oil and energy Awad Al-Awadi (News Agency news): ‘ we believe the parties and the Centre are seeking to resolve the dispute over the export of oil and revenues and develops its solutions ‘.

He noted: ‘ the Commission initiative and we still recommend that you take by both parties that a solution satisfactory to all parties without not taking advantage of others ‘ opinions and suggestions that were useful for the solution of problems.

Awadi said: ‘ the Commission is not concerned with such agreements because it is at the heart of its work, the Committee would meet and reflect the attitude of the agreement later, although no agreement between the Centre and the territory ‘.

The Iraqi oil Minister, Abdul Karim luaibi Wednesday (4 December 2013) on approval of the Kurdistan Regional Government to the supervision of the Federal Government to export oil to Turkey, noting that the territorial Government has also agreed to put its oil revenues into a United Nations account for Iraqi oil revenues.

The Kurdistan Alliance was announced (December 2, 2013), the Kurdistan region ‘ will not waver on its constitutional right to ‘ export oil through its territory to any State, while the export of oil to Turkey according to the Constitution, the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs, Hussein Al-Shahristani, will not be able to change the terms of the Constitution

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