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Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister: the Kurds have agreed to export oil through the Foundation "Sumo"


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Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister: the Kurds have agreed to export oil through the Foundation "Sumo"

687875.jpg Said Hussein al-Shahristani,  deputy prime minister of Iraq  for Energy, on Wednesday February 19 that the Kurds had agreed to export crude oil through the State Oil Marketing Organization "Sumo". The al-Shahristani said in an interview with Iraqi television that this step is important to move forward, and solving the problem of Iraq's oil exports. It is noteworthy that a severe crisis erupted between Baghdad and Erbil on the back to stop the Kurdistan region in April / April 2012 to pump oil until further notice because of disagreements with Baghdad on the financial dues to oil companies operating in it. The origin of the dispute between the governments in Baghdad and Erbil to oil contracts concluded by the region without the approval of the Iraqi central government and Baghdad, which was considered illegal, while the region confirmed that they are based on the Iraqi constitution and the bilateral agreements with the central government. Got Link :eyebrows:
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Baghdad & Erbil have been in a constant state of severe crisis for as long as anyone can remember. I don't think they know any other way how to deal with each other.

 

If peace ever broke out between these "two", I think another crisis would develope on whether it was actually peace, or some such nonesense.

 

These people are just exhausting with the constant bickering and their eternal disagreeable nature.

 

 

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Its all over the place now....one more...

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Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

He said Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani said the Kurds had agreed to export crude oil from their region's autonomous through the State Oil Marketing Organization SOMO. And may help remove a major sticking point in the dispute between the two sides.

He traveled Kurdistan Prime Minister and Minister of Natural Resources in the region to Baghdad on Monday to promote efforts to settle the dispute with the central government regarding the region's oil exports through a new pipeline up to Turkey.

The government of the Kurdistan region has insisted in the past that you export the crude on its own terms, surpassing State Oil Marketing Organization SOMO Iraq.

Shahristani said in an interview broadcast on Iraqi state television late Wednesday that after hours of meetings, the two sides agreed on the representation of our brothers in the Kurdish region in the institution Sumo and that this port is the only national responsible for the export of oil. He added: "This is an important step forward."

Baghdad had threatened to sue Ankara and reduce the share of the semi-autonomous region of Iraqi budget if exports flowed through the pipeline without its consent.

And the establishment of the line was completed late last year, and began pumping oil in it since then to storage tanks at the Turkish port of Ceyhan, but exports did not depart from the port to provide an opportunity for diplomatic efforts. The negotiations lasted several months, but have made little progress.

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Shahristani: Kurdistan agree to export oil through the Sumo and require the deposit of proceeds into the Development Fund for Iraq

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2014 08:25   

Twilight News / announced Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani, the approval of the Kurdistan Regional Government to export oil through the state marketing company SOMO.

1455140.jpgAnd visited the head of the provincial government Barzani and his accompanying delegation on Monday, the first to solve the problem of oil exports from the territory of the region through pipelines to Turkey, and speed up the approval of the general budget.

Shahristani said in an interview with the semi-official al-Iraqiya TV and seen by "Twilight News" that after hours of meetings, the two sides agreed on the representation of our brothers the Kurds in the institution Sumo and that this port is the only national responsible for the export of oil. He added, saying, "This is an important step forward."

Baghdad had threatened to sue Ankara and cut the region's share of the federal budget if exports flowed through the pipeline without its consent.

And the establishment of the line was completed late last year and began pumping oil in it since then to storage tanks at the Turkish port of Ceyhan, but exports did not depart from the port to provide an opportunity for diplomatic efforts.

Negotiations continued for several months but have made little progress. Shahristani said that, there are still differences over the sharing of oil export revenues.

"The second issue is not solved yet is that they want to deposit oil export revenues in a special account for the region in the Development Fund for Iraq."

Being deposit proceeds from the sale of Iraqi oil in the Development Fund for Iraq in New York for the disbursement of Baghdad. And the right to receive a share of Kurdistan 17 percent but says it actually gets less frequently in recent weeks, Baghdad accused them of withholding funds which led to non-payment of salaries of government employees in Kurdistan.

Shahristani said the Ministry of Finance sent a now sufficient funds to pay the salaries of government employees for the Kurdish January but faced a liquidity crisis can not pay in February or after, unless the region resumed oil exports.


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Kurdistan: Kurdish delegation did not hear charges of taking illegal parking and there is a positive change in the position of Baghdad

Wednesday, February 20, 2014 10:14

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A spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq Sven Dzia that the last meeting between the federal government and the government of the region, although it did not solve all the problems that went Kurdish delegation to Baghdad in order to solve them, the positive changes were observed in the position of the Federal Government of the outstanding issues, except insists it Baghdad about the file of oil which is one of the most important problems that are still pending between the parties.

And between Dzia in a statement to the provincial government agency received all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today that "the current position of the Iraqi government, particularly Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs, Hussein al-Shahristani, differed completely from the previous meetings, they did not hear the Kurdish delegation accusations take positions illegal and illegitimate and violation of the Constitution with regard to file the oil, as it was heard in the past, but there was confirmation that Baghdad does not object to the export of the region's oil, but the company Sumo government should oversee the mechanism of export sales and revenues and deposited with the Bank [PDF E] U.S. Then send the Federal Ministry of Finance to the region's share of Arbil. "

Promised Dzia request Baghdad as a "make the region under the mercy evidence that they do not send dues staff region of salaries and allowances. Adding that the Government of the Territory does not object to the partnership between the two sides in all fields of oil and even sell the requirement to deposit the region's share of the proceeds to the branch Central Bank of Iraq in the region and that the Government of the Territory is free to dispose of its share of the revenue after the ratification of the general budget in the Parliament of the region, noting that this is the only point at which the two sides remained at odds on them.

He stressed that resorting to dialogue is more what you believe the Government of the region to reach a result that satisfies the region and Iraq, wishing to have the same attitude to Baghdad. Indicating that the non-payment of salaries of employees in the region and a clear violation of the Constitution and the law and Baghdad use this issue as a pressure on the political territory. Dzia did not rule out that this act in order to satisfy the masses of influential parties in the government because of the proximity of the Iraqi Council of Representatives election.

He revealed Dzia that Barzani, head of the Government of the Territory, insisted in Baghdad that this action is unjustified and unacceptable and will not accept the people of Kurdistan to be at the mercy of one and asked them to review themselves on this subject and not to manipulate Bakot citizens for political gain election.

The MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, Mahmoud Othman, has said the "delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government did not reach a final conclusion in the negotiations with the central government on the outstanding issues about the budget and export of oil, but said another meeting will be held on the subject.

According to Osman told all of Iraq [where] that "the two sides would reach a final conclusion and exchanged views and are now studying Mantj for the meeting, noting that" there is a new meeting between the parties to be determined after study Mantj for a meeting on Monday February 17. "

The negotiations between the governments of Baghdad and Erbil have failed Monday to reach a final resolution on the outstanding issues between the parties

According to a source familiar with told all of Iraq [where] today that "the Kurdish delegation Msthompsk demands on the export of the region's oil through Turkey and go the money to the treasury rejected the terms of the federal government on the export of oil through the oil marketing company SOMO and other points that have been developed in advance."

"The delegation ended the talks after failing to reach an agreement and left to Arbil."

The talks were held in two rounds Monday, 17 of February, the current between the delegation of the Federal Government headed by Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani and a delegation from the province of Kurdistan, headed by the President of the provincial government Barzani mandated by Baghdad and Erbil on ending the differences that exist between the two parties, notably the budget in 2014 and the export of oil to Turkey. ended


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Kurdistan: No agreement for the export of oil through the "Sumo"

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Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani

 

 

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Thursday, February 20th, 2014 - 13:12 GMT Abu Dhabi 

Abu Dhabi - Sky News Arabia

A spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government, Sven Dzia, Thursday that the region did not agree on the export of crude oil from his area autonomous, through the Iraqi Oil Marketing Company (SOMO).

The Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani has said in a television interview, Wednesday, that the Kurds had agreed to export oil through the Sumo.

Shahristani said that Iraq welcomes export oil from Kurdistan, but must take the Iraqi oil marketing company "Sumo" sales management.

The government of the Kurdistan region has insisted in the past that you export the crude on its own terms, surpassing Foundation "Sumo" In contrast, Baghdad has threatened to sue Ankara and reduce the share of the semi-autonomous region of Iraqi budget if exports flowed through the pipeline without its consent.

And the establishment of the line was completed late last year and began pumping oil in it since then to storage tanks at the Turkish port of Ceyhan, but exports did not depart from the port to provide an opportunity for diplomatic efforts.


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Sven Dzia: We have not reached an agreement with Baghdad on oil export

 

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Denied Sven Dzia that the Kurdistan Region has agreed to export oil to the outside through the Foundation Sumo. 
This was the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Hussain al-Shahristani, has revealed the approval of the Kurdistan Region on the export of crude oil from the region through the State Oil Marketing Organization SOMO, adding Dzia in a statement published by the provincial government, said that after meetings between the delegations of the provincial government and the federal government in Baghdad and put up points of the two sides, it was agreed that in the coming days will be the answer to the proposals of the two parties on the issue of the export of oil by the provincial government to the outside. 
Notably comments come Iraqi Prime Minister for energy, after the visit of the delegation to the province of Baghdad, has been considered the visit was positive.

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