Abadi meet with the delegation of the Kurdish presence of ministers to discuss the dispute in the oil agreement points
2, 15, 2015 16:04
Met Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, on Sunday, the delegation of Kurdistan led by Prime Minister Barzani.
A government source told all of Iraq [where], "The Abadi held talks with Barzani in the presence of ministers about the points of contention in the oil Alagbh between Baghdad and Erbil."
Deputy for the Kurdish coalition, said the meeting the issue of political agreements and the National Guard and Ugodaash in Mosul, as well as the oil agreement.
The delegation, headed by the provincial Barzani arrived Sunday morning to the capital Baghdad to discuss the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil.
And already, a delegation of the Commission on oil and energy in the Federal House of Representatives visited the Kurdistan region last week and met with the provincial government Barzani, who confirmed his government's commitment to the agreement with the federal government, calling on the Commission to deal with the two governments as a third party, and monitoring of the agreement and the process of addressing the problems.
But Barzani, last Wednesday, said in a press statement that "our biggest problem with Baghdad is that they want to fabricate problems," he said, adding that he "can not Baghdad to calculate the amount of oil exported daily, and we suggest calculate the amount of oil exported once every three months."
The governments in Baghdad and Erbil, announced on the second of December last 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 a day through the Kurdish oil pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan with the export of 300 000 barrels of the province of Kirkuk fields through the same line, and deliver revenue to the federal government, which agreed in turn to the Kurdish Peshmerga forces paying salaries as part of the Iraqi security system .anthy 2
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