Kurdistan: the events of security postpones visit the Kurdish delegation to Baghdad
A member of the Kurdistan Alliance for the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Kawa Mohamed said that the discussion of the Council of Ministers of the Federal Problems that have emerged on the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil postponed due to security incidents in the city of Ramadi.
He said Muhammad's (IMN) "The Federal Cabinet was scheduled to discuss the oil dispute at a hearing last Tuesday and then send the Kurdish delegation to Baghdad, but the gray security events postponed the discussion of the topic."
Mohammed said that "the issue of the oil dispute will be discussed by the Prime Minister and the Minister of Oil and Minister of the Kurds in Tuesday's session to be determined after the date of the Kurdish delegation to visit Baghdad, and to agree on all points of contention that have emerged."
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani recently reported that the federal government has not committed to implementing the agreement this month by not sending the share of the Kurdistan region compared to what has been exported from the oil and handed over to SOMO Oil Marketing.
According to the Commission on oil and energy parliamentary Kurdistan region's oil exports for the month of April, did not exceed 470 thousand barrels of oil per day, which is less than the quantity specified in agreement oil by 550 thousand barrels of oil per day
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