Friday, 16 January 2 / January 2015 15:40
The Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi proceed with implementation of the oil agreement with the Kurdistan Regional Government and abide by it.
A spokesman for the Office of the Prime Minister Saad al-Sabri told all of Iraq [where] that "the statements which calls for the revision in the agreement between Baghdad and Erbil express Qailleha and juridical and there are some parties and actors and the characters were not convinced that this is the agreement signed between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, but both the two parties are committed to its implementation is not new in the matter. "
He said "the agreement was approved by the Cabinet and the House of Representatives by the media, and certainly is the subject of commitment can not be undone and the general budget of the country for 2015, built a big part of this agreement."
He newborn to "allocate a portion of the federal budget to the ground forces of the Peshmerga forces, according to population ratios that these forces is part of the national security system."
He pointed to "export quantities of Kirkuk oil through the line to the ports of the region and Turkey to Ceyhan fields, and the export part of the commitment between the province and Baghdad to apply the terms of the agreement."
A spokesman for the Office of Abadi "the right of any person to express a political point about this agreement, Iraq has a democratic system, but there is an agreement contract and so far the province has not shirk it."
The mass of a coalition of state law in the House of Representatives stressed the need that the federal government will be solely responsible for the export of Iraqi oil including Kurdistan region's oil. "
The head of the Coalition MP Ali al-Adeeb, in a press conference held by the Bloc last Wednesday at the parliament building that "the export process must confine However, the federal government and across the SOMO in coordination with the Ministry of Natural Resources in the Kurdistan Regional Government in order to achieve justice and the application of the economic aspect terms of the Constitution, in order to ensure equitable distribution of wealth to all Iraqis of all stripes. "
He pointed to "the need to amend the budget in order to avoid the potential financial implications of the most important to determine the share of the province of Kurdistan and other provinces based on official rates for the population and the adoption of payments clearing mentioned in the BSA reports that are owed by the province of the federal government and the adoption of a mechanism for scheduling repaid."
The federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government has announced in the second from last December to reach an agreement in relation to oil exports and the region's share of the budget.
The agreement included the export of the Kurdistan region 250 000 barrels per day through Turkey's Ceyhan line with the export of 300 000 barrels of the province of Kirkuk fields through the same line, and delivery of their revenues to the federal government, which agreed to turn the Kurdish Peshmerga forces paying salaries as part of the security system Alaracah.anthy 2
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