Barzani Naچervan, reveals details of the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil
09/19/2012 - 10:33 pm | Hits: 308
Detection President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Barzani Naچervan, Wednesday, details of the oil agreement that was recently between Baghdad and Erbil, expressing the hope that the agreement would be the first step to put an end to all outstanding problems between the two parties.
Barzani said at a news conference in Arbil said the agreement "an important step to address the problems, and we got an agreement with Baghdad to pay for good oil companies. These initial treatment to find solutions to all the problems."
He added that "by this agreement will be sent to the Iraqi government accounted for 17% of the petroleum products from a group of 700 thousand barrels of the Kurdistan region of Iraq and this should send the Baghdad government daily 147 thousand barrels of derivatives to the region."
The Barzani that "the Iraqi government agreed to pay expenses of the sovereign territory, which did not pay for many years and formed a standing committee between Baghdad and Erbil, and upon the occurrence of any problem will this committee to study and find appropriate solutions."
He said the young leader speaking Kurdish language "we will export 140 thousand barrels of oil from the fields in the region until the end of the year will call of 200 thousand barrels" per day.
He Barzani expressed his hope that this is the beginning to solve all the problems, and said, "We hope that the present Convention shall be a factor in the issuance of oil and gas law and address all the problems are presented between Baghdad and Erbil, because this agreement is currently not able to address all the problems, but a good step."
He also pointed out that they have formed a special committee tasked with research in imports of oil contracts and expenses of the region and said, "We formed a committee to prepare a report on imports of oil contracts and expenditures will we publish later."
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