Arbil and Baghdad have agreed to export oil in 2014
Roudao - Arbil,
spokesman for the Iraqi prime minister, Saad al-Hadithi, Wednesday, that the Iraqi government is obliged to send 17% of the financial budget for the Kurdistan Region. The newborn network Roudao media "We are dealing with the subject of Kirkuk and the oil region through the general budget law Select the mechanism to deal with this matter, the amount of oil exports from Iraq's estimated three million and 600 thousand barrels of oil per day, including 250 thousand from the province of Kurdistan and 300 thousand barrels of Kirkuk. "Sabri added that" the government is obliged to send 17% of the actual spending after the cut expenses or after the calculation of sovereign expenditure, compared to the provincial government to export this amount (550 thousand barrels per day) for the benefit of the Iraqi state oil marketing company SOMO. "According to the agreement concluded between Erbil and Baghdad, in early December in December 2014, which later became part of the financial budget for 2015, should the Iraqi government to send 17% of the going forward for the Kurdistan Region, with a monthly Trliuna and 200 billion dinars ($ billion), in return for the Kurdistan region to export 550 thousand barrels of oil a day for the benefit of Iraq through the Turkish port of Ceyhan. and about invitations to make Kirkuk subject the control of the Iraqi government and that is exported via the national oil company, Sabri said that "the budget or the budget bill included Mottagabla obligation, in the event of evacuation of any party obligations will the other party will be in solving all its obligations." It is noteworthy that the third paragraph of Article X of the Budget Law Finance for 2015 states: If you do not fulfill any party (the federal government, the Kurdistan Regional Government) oil or financial obligations agreed to in this budget, the other party is also obliged to fulfilling its obligations or oil it was financial.
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