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Kurdish delegation Arrives in Baghdad to discuss outstanding issues between the center and the region

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 BAGHDAD - Iraq Press - February 15: informed source in the capital Baghdad, on Sunday, the arrival of the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Barzani, and his accompanying delegation to discuss the outstanding issues between the center and the region.

 

"The delegation will discuss the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil; to refute rumors that claims that Baghdad and the region is committed to oil Convention", adding that "the oil agreement between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, provides for the delivery of the Kurdistan region of at least 250 thousand barrels of oil per day to the Federal Government; for the purpose of export. " Admiral ended 

Deputy: Axis to meet Barzani and Abadi will be the issue of the National Guard and Daash in Mosul
Sunday, February 15, 2015 11:35

 

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Deputy for the Kurdish coalition, said on Sunday that the focus of the meeting the President of Kurdistan delegation Barzani and Prime Minister of the Federal Government Haider Abadi will be a matter of political agreement and the National Guard and Daash in Mosul along with the oil agreement.

And Ahmed al-Haj told all of Iraq [where] that "talks the two sides will also include the participation of the region in the political process as well as the issue of the popular crowd and the National Guard, as well as the possibility of confrontation Daash terrorist gangs in the city of Mosul.

The deputy from the Kurdistan Coalition Serwa Abdul Wahid told [where] the provincial delegation, headed by Prime Minister Barzani will meet today Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.

The delegation, headed by the provincial Barzani arrived Sunday morning to the capital Baghdad to discuss the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil.

A delegation from 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 monitor 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," adding that he "can not calculate the amount of Baghdad, the source of oil a day, 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 per day through Turkey's Ceyhan line with the export of 300 000 barrels of the province of Kirkuk fields through the same line, and delivery of their revenues to the federal government, which agreed to turn the Kurdish Peshmerga forces paying salaries as part of the security system Alaracah.anthy 2

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Urgent .. Abadi and Barzani discuss the outstanding issues and the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil

 

History of edits:: 02.15.2015 15:43 • 2 visits readable

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{Baghdad: Euphrates News} Search Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi with KRG President Barzani outstanding issues, and the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil.
According to an informed source told the News} {Euphrates on Sunday that "al-Abadi, received at his office in Baghdad, President of the Region Government Barzani, the two sides discuss the outstanding issues and the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil" .anthy h 

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Abadi meet with the delegation of the Kurdish presence of ministers to discuss the dispute in the oil agreement points
Sunday, February 15, 2015 16:04

 

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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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Barzani meets with Iraqi Prime Minister

Roudao - Baghdad,

according to sources familiar with the meeting between the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani, the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi constant so far the meeting. According to information obtained by the Roudao Media Network, "the two sides met on the afternoon of Sunday and held a meeting and negotiations are still ongoing for a very now. "

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Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and KRG President Barzani in an earlier meeting

Sabri: the end of the Governments of the center and the provincial meetings on the oil agreement without reaching to the results

 
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Editor: AHF, RS 15/2/2015 7:13 p.m.number of readings: 40 

 

Long-Presse / Baghdad

Said a spokesman for the Information Office of the Prime Minister Saad al-Sabri, said on Sunday that the meetings of the delegations of the federal government and the provincial government ended shortly before without reaching significant results, and among the basic point that revolved around the meeting was about to install the latest oil deal between Baghdad and Erbil, He pointed out the possibility of continuing meetings tomorrow between the presidencies of both delegations or side meetings of the ministers involved in the provincial and federal governments.   

 A newborn in an interview with the (long-Presse), "The Prime Minister, Dr. Haider al-Abadi, received today, the provincial government delegation led by Barzani and the membership of Ministers of resources, planning and finance and the head of the provincial government, while the meeting was attended on the government side and the ministers of oil, planning and finance and Iraqi Deputy Prime Minister Ruz Noi Shaways and also director of the Office of the Prime Minister, after the meeting, the protocol has been a session of talks between the two delegations was held shortly before the meeting broke up. "

He added that the newborn "Things are still not resolved and there are other meetings may be held tomorrow, and perhaps there are meetings will be held on the sidelines of a meeting between officials who are concerned ministers on both sides."

He newborn "The basic point that revolved around the search at the meeting today was installed last oil agreement signed between the two sides and to overcome obstacles to its implementation, especially that there are some technical and procedural matters with respect to the agreed exporting oil in quantities both of which were from the fields of the region or from fields Kirkuk through a carrier oil line to the Turkish port of Ceyhan. "

And the newborn that "there is a possibility to hold further meetings tomorrow, and this matter will be determined through interviews competent officials to complete the negotiations and reach a final consensus formula and overcome the problems in the process of the last oil specially agreed that this agreement is included in the general budget of the country and were also bind both parties the terms of the agreement "noting that" if one of the parties reneging on the application of the other terms of the agreement The party becomes Bhh from the application of its own obligations, and this is becoming installed in the budget and voted with the consent of all the political blocs. "

The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani arrived, Sunday, to Baghdad to discuss outstanding problems and delays in sending the provincial employees' salaries, will meet with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and officials in the central government.

The Kurdistan Democratic Party site confirmed earlier in the day, the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani will visit, on Sunday, the capital Baghdad at the head of a senior delegation to discuss the outstanding problems and delays in the central government to send the provincial employees' salaries.

The Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Barzani expressed, in the 11th of February 2015, his willingness to visit the Iraqi capital of Baghdad every day to solve the Kurdish problem salaries, and accused Baghdad of trying to fabricate problems, as suggested calculate the amount of oil exported once every three months.

He announced Barzani, on Sunday, (the first of February 2015), his intention to visit Baghdad soon to "clarify" clauses in the agreement and address the problems, and praised the role of the Kurdish MPs in the House of Representatives approve the financial budget for the current year 2015, and as he emphasized that the project was passed in met acceptable for the region and Iraq, the county government revealed the formation of a joint board to coordinate with their representatives in Baghdad.

The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani, in (January 28, 2015), that there is a misunderstanding with the central government on the export of oil, and pointed out that the region will not issue more than the agreed amount, and as pointed out that Kurdistan is facing the biggest financial problem, he stressed The government is obliged to take special measures to address them.

Agreed the central and Kurdistan governments in the (second from December 2014), to allocate a portion of the federal allocations of Iraqi ground forces to the Peshmerga forces, and delivery of the Kurdistan Regional Government, 250 thousand barrels of oil per day in addition to the export of Iraq 300 thousand barrels per day of Kirkuk.

With the agreement also included the granting trillion and 200 billion dinars for the Peshmerga forces and the allocation of a percentage of the budget of the Ministry of Defense have.

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Urgent .. ministerial source: a second round of talks will be held this evening between the delegations of the center and the region

 

History of edits:: 02.15.2015 19:45 • 4 times readable

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{Baghdad: Euphrates News} ministerial source said a second round of talks will be held this evening between the delegations of the center and the region; to discuss the recent oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil.
 
The source told {Euphrates News} "The second round of talks will be held this evening between the delegations of the center and the region; to discuss the recent oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil." This was announced Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, today, that "my center and the region held a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and KRG President Barzani; to discuss the recent oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil. " Among the office that "the meeting included Finance and Planning and the oil and natural resources in the two governments and the Director of the Office of the Prime Minister and ministers, and the head of the Kurdistan region." He noted that "the two sides discussed install oil agreement last between the center and the region, and research in avoiding the obstacles to implementation of the agreement, especially in the export of oil, "he said, adding that" there will be further discussions in this regard and meetings marginal among officials. " The Kurdish negotiating delegation headed by President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani arrived Sunday in the capital Baghdad; to meet central government officials and discuss the issue of the export of oil and a number of outstanding issues. Ended h

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15/02/2015 19:53

Continuation of the meeting between Barzani and Abadi

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BAGHDAD / Obelisk: According to sources familiar with the meeting between the Prime Minister and the President of Haider al-Abadi Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani meeting so far.
According to information obtained by the "Obelisk", "The two sides met on the afternoon of Sunday, held a meeting and negotiations are still going on until now."
The meeting was attended by the Iraqi government by the Deputy Prime Minister Ruz Nuri Shaways, Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, and Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, and Planning Minister Salman Jumaili, and Director of the Office Abadi Mahdi Keywords, and National Security Advisor Faleh Fayyad, and the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Hamid Khalaf, Minister Education Hussain al-Shahristani.
The Kurdish delegation headed by Chairman of the provincial government was composed of the Chairman of the Presidium of the province of Kurdistan, Fouad Hussein, and Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani, and the Minister of Natural Resources Ashti Hawrami, Minister of Finance Rebaz lambs, and Minister of Planning Ali Sindi, and government spokesman Sven Dzia, and Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Amanj Rahim.
The focus of the negotiations focused on the export of 550 000 barrels of crude oil from Kurdistan and Kirkuk province to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, which is sold by the central government and the proceeds go to the expense of Baghdad against the central government to send 17% of the general budget for the Kurdistan Region.
It was scheduled implementation of the agreement, which was held between Baghdad and Erbil in 12.12.2014, with the beginning of this year, but that Baghdad did not send the Kurdistan Region's share of the general budget for this day.
Among the proposals put forward by the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, considering the provincial government's commitment to the terms of the agreement and export quantities agreed with Baghdad every three months, instead of checking in that day.


15/02/2015 20:06

Barzani, after meeting with al-Abadi: Baghdad for not possess sufficient funds


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BAGHDAD / Obelisk: The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani, Sunday, that the Iraqi government does not currently have sufficient funds to implement the oil agreement because of lower oil prices on the economy of Iraq, and that the parties are committed to it and there is no problem between Baghdad and Kurdistan.
Barzani said during a press conference after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Baghdad, attended by "obelisk", "it was to clarify the export of oil officials process they acknowledged that the region is committed to the agreement signed between the two sides," he said, adding that "the Iraqi government does not have sufficient funds to pay for the region because of the suffering of Iraq is currently an economic crisis due to low oil prices at the level of the world. "
Barzani stressed that "the Erbil and Baghdad are committed to oil Convention between them and there are no problems," explaining that "the region is committed to the export of 550 000 barrels of oil, according to the agreement signed."


Arbil, Barzani confirms the commitment of the oil agreement with Baghdad
 

 


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15/02/2015 20:09

Tomorrow Press / Baghdad: The head of Iraq's Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani, Sunday, his government's commitment to the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil. "
Barzani said during a press conference after meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Baghdad that "the central government has recognized the commitment of Iraq's Kurdistan Regional Government oil Convention between the two sides," noting that "the meeting explained the problems that have occurred in recent times."
He added that "Iraq is suffering from an economic crisis, as a result of lower oil prices, so the federal government does not have sufficient funds to pay for the Kurdistan Regional Government."
He pointed out that "the Kurdistan region is committed to the export of 550 thousand barrels per day of crude oil."


Abadi and the Government of the region are seeking to reach a final agreement on oil

- FEBRUARY 15, 2015
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Prime Minister discusses with Tehran against terrorism and border demarcation

Abadi and the Government of the region are seeking to reach a final agreement on oil

 

BAGHDAD - Ali al-Moussawi

 

Talks continue between Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani on a final version to install the oil agreement, with the Kurdistan Alliance called to find a common formula serves the interests of both parties to overcome the economic downturn due to lower oil prices. He said coalition member Sirhan Ahmed Sarhan (time) yesterday that the (current stage requires to reach a final agreement in the interests of both parties to overcome the economic crisis happening Governments of the center and the region), explaining that (the talks between Abadi and Barzani focused on the export of oil and coordination issues to confront Daash). A spokesman for the Information Office of the Prime Minister Saad al-Sabri said in a statement yesterday that (and my government center and the region held under the chairmanship of Abadi and Barzani, a joint meeting to discuss the recent oil agreement) pointing out that (the meeting included Finance and Planning and the oil and natural resources minister in the governments and the Director of the Office of the Prime Minister and President of the Office Kurdistan) region. Sabri added that (the two sides discussed install the latest oil agreement between the center and the region and research in avoiding the obstacles to implementation of the agreement, especially in the export of oil), referring to it (there will be further discussions in this regard and meetings marginal between officials). He said a source in a statement yesterday that ( meetings between Abadi and Barzani continuous), explaining that the (axis of the negotiations focused on the export of 550 000 barrels of crude oil from the region and Kirkuk to the Turkish port of Ceyhan, which is sold by the central government and go revenues to account Baghdad for sending the central government 17 percent of the general budget of the province), pointing he (among the proposals put forward by Barzani is to consider the provincial government's commitment to the terms of the agreement and export quantities agreed with Baghdad every three months instead of checking in that day). On the other hand Abadi discuss with Iranian First Vice President Isaac Jhangere that connects Baghdad today, the economy and the demarcation of the border security files. A spokesman for the Information Office of the Prime Minister Saad al-Hadithi (time) yesterday that (Abadi meet Jhangere to search multiple files, notably in support of Iraq in the face of security challenges and to coordinate joint cooperation militarily and Astkhparaa to fight terrorism), and added that the (two sides will discuss the economic file and the volume of trade exchange between the two countries Amaknyh and take advantage of Iran's experience in this area, especially since the country needs to activate the domestic industry). He newborn that (the demarcation of the border will be present for discussion have formed a joint committee between the two countries to address the demarcation of the border and agree on a mechanism of action on shared rivers and the Shatt al-Arab). He said a source in a statement yesterday that (Jhangere starts today an official visit to Iraq at the head of a political and economic delegation high-level takes 3 days at the invitation of al-Abadi), The source explained that (Jhangere will meet with President Fuad Masum, as well as parliament speaker Salim al-Jubouri and Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari), stressing that (Jhangere will participate in the meeting of the Higher Joint Committee between the two countries and attend the signing of several ceremonies agreements and memoranda of understanding for cooperation and inspect special exhibition of the Iranian Republic in Baghdad, as well as meeting with the Iranians and Iraqi businessmen).

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This could be one of many talks these two will be conducting so don't get your hopes built up much for a sudden HCL  today.  JMO    All the dotting of the i's and crossing of the t's still need to be done but our hopes stay high even though their ways of doing business are not that much different than ours.  

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and he sings, "I've been around the universe but I ain't ever seen, a dude that looks like a Muppet but he's wrinkled and green, oh my yota, yo yo yo yayota"... Thanks buddy

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Barzani, after meeting with al-Abadi: There is no problem between Baghdad and Kurdistan

 

The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani on Sunday that the Iraqi government does not currently have sufficient funds to implement the oil agreement because of low oil prices, and that the parties are committed to it and there is no problem between Baghdad and Kurdistan.

 
  Barzani said during a press conference after his meeting with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Baghdad, "it was to clarify the export of oil officials process they acknowledged that the region is committed to the agreement signed between the two sides," he said, adding that "the Iraqi government does not have sufficient funds to pay for the region because of the suffering of Iraq Currently the economic crisis due to low oil prices at the level of the world. " As reported by Alsumaria News.
 
  The Abadi's office announced Sunday that my center and the region held a meeting under the chairmanship of Abadi and head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Barzani to discuss the recent oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil.
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Just exactly how many T's to cross & how many I's are there to dot before we finally see the end to the Never Ending meetings to discuss the outstanding issues of ___________________________________________________  ? . . .  you fill in the blank.

 

Yep . . . I am a little impatient . . . 12 years impatient. Nothing I can do but wait. It is what it is. You have to admit, these folks do try one's "patience"

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Kurdistan Regional Government said, on Sunday, the Iraqi federal government did not have enough money to send in January and February monthly payments from the current year's dues province.

 

A statement published on the provincial government and seen by "Basenyoz," The Kurdistan Regional Government, and the Iraqi government, confirmed their commitment to bilateral Convention. "But due to lack of cash availability of the Iraqi government, they are not able to send batches of the region's share for the months of January and February."

 

The statement continued, "arrived Sunday afternoon to Baghdad, a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government headed by Barzani, met after his arrival the President of the Federal Minister Haider al-Abadi, and discussed the latest developments in Iraq in response to terrorists Daash war, and the importance of cooperation and coordination between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army in the face of terrorism, as They discussed support of the international coalition in Iraq and in the region against Daash, Iraq's financial situation and the financial crisis. " 
The statement added, "then, the two sides discussed the oil agreement between the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq and the federal government, and the impact of search terms of the agreement and make necessary clarifications around and show oil export schedule by Kurdistan Region, the two sides reiterated their commitment to the agreement. "

 

However, the statement, "but that creates a problem in front of the agreement is the financial crisis affecting the whole of Iraq, where the government can not Iraq, as it is required to send in January and February monthly budget of the current year to the Kurdistan Region."

 

And replied, Barzani to reporters' questions after Antha meeting, and said that the two sides are "committed to the agreement, the Iraqi government and the side prior to export a table and calculate the quantities exported by the province once every three months," explaining that "Because of the financial crisis and the lack of cash, the Iraqi government is not able to Send budget of the region at the moment, adding that the meeting was kept open, and tonight will be the second meeting between the two sides. "

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Abadi and Barzani discuss security and oil

 

 

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Coordination of efforts between the governments of the center and the region to fight «Daash» 

 BAGHDAD - Salah 

conducted by Dr. Haider Abadi Prime Minister talks with the Kurdish delegation headed by Barzani about the points of contention in the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil, and ways of security to coordinate efforts to liberate the usurped areas. 

A spokesman for his office Saad Sabri, the "morning": that "my delegation governments center and the region held under the chairmanship of Abadi and KRG President Barzani a joint meeting to discuss the recent oil agreement and how to avoid obstacles to the implementation of the agreement, especially in the export of oil." 

He noted that the meeting also touched on ways to coordinate security efforts between the governments of the center and the province to eliminate "Daash" and edit the areas occupied by gangs.  

As Barzani confirmed that the government does not currently have sufficient funds to implement the oil agreement because of lower oil prices and their impact on the economy of Iraq. 

 He noted that "there will be further discussions in this regard and fringe meetings between officials of the panellists for both parties. "

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A source familiar with: the meeting between the center and the region ended without reaching a result of the Kurdish delegation left for Arbil

 
 
Monday, February 16, 2015 00:12
 

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad

An informed source, on Sunday evening, the meeting, which was held in Baghdad between the center and the territory of Kurdistan ended without reaching a conclusion, stressing that the Kurdish delegation left for Arbil.
 
The source said in an interview for "Alsumaria News", "The meeting ended with the Kurdistan region without reaching a conclusion."
  
The source, who asked not to be named, said: "Kurdish delegation left for Arbil."
 
The Office of the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi , announced on Sunday that my center and the region held a meeting under the chairmanship of Abadi and President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani to discuss the recent oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil.
 
Barzani announced after the meeting, that the Iraqi government does not currently have sufficient funds to implement the oil agreement because of lower oil prices on the economy of Iraq, and that the parties are committed to it and there is no problem between Baghdad and Kurdistan.
 
It is said that the Kurdish negotiating delegation, headed by Barzani arrived on Sunday, to Baghdad, to meet with the central government officials and discuss the issue of the export of oil and a number of outstanding issues.
 
The cabinet decided, in (2 December 2014), the approval of the oil agreement between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, which provides for delivery of the region at least 250 thousand barrels of oil per day to Baghdad for the purpose of export, after reaching the Kurdish delegation headed by Nnigervan Barzani with the Iraqi government to an agreement on the region's share in the budget and export of oil.





 

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Oil source: the Kurdish region is under the pressure of debt and loans

16/02/2015 10:02 | 

 
 

BAGHDAD / Source News / .. oil source confirmed that the oil region and the reality is now under the debt and corporate loans pressure

He revealed Almusdrlokalh / Source News / day that the provincial government offered daily between 100-150 thousand barrels to foreign oil companies in exchange for debt Bzmtha for these companies, and the end of these loans an unknown date

 He added that the provincial government resorted to borrowing to solve its crisis and financial exchange salaries province after Baghdad's failure to RESALE the region's share of the budget

 He quoted Circo Cevdet Chairman of the Committee on Natural Resources in the Kurdistan Parliament as saying that the provincial government has borrowed for four months last year to cover the salaries of about three billion dollars.

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      The Kurdistan Region’s oil and gas law shouldn’t be abandoned in negotiations between the KRG and federal government on the issue of oil sales and production. The oil and gas law of the Kurdistan Region allows for the setting up of a box for oil revenues. The law also considers the formation of some national companies for the exploration, production, and marketing of oil in the Kurdistan Region. The establishment of these national companies can reinvigorate the oil sector in the Kurdistan Region.

      With regards to the sale of oil, the Kurdistan Region can give all or some of the oil it produces to the federal government via national companies and ask for its fair share in return. This will not reduce the Kurdistan Region’s control over its oil sector, as the KRG has its own oil and gas law, is running these sectors in its own way, and has established its own mechanism and infrastructure for the last 10 years.
    • By SocalDinar
      Kurdistan
      Oil and gas disputes with Baghdad to be addressed once new KRG cabinet formed
       Sangar Ali | 8 hours ago Share share
        An oil field in Nasiriya, in southern Iraq. (Photo: Reuters/Atef Hassan)   Kurdistan Iraq Erbil Baghdad Oil Gas  A+AA- ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – A delegatiom from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) will visit Baghdad to discuss disputes over Iraqi oil once the new Kurdish government is formed, a member of parliament in the Iraqi capital said on Wednesday.
      Oil and gas shares and distribution have been the subject of a long-standing dispute between the KRG and the federal government of Iraq since 2003.
      Following the formation of the new Iraqi federal government in Oct. 2018, both Erbil and Baghdad agreed on the 2019 national budget bill, which requires the Iraqi government to deliver the salaries of KRG employees along with some financial compensation as the KRG hands over the export of 250,000 oil barrels per day (bpd) to the Iraqi oil marketing company – SOMO.
      Since the beginning of this year, the Iraqi federal government headed by Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi has delivered the salaries of the KRG employees on a monthly basis, but the KRG is yet to deliver the prescribed amount of oil to Baghdad as indicated in the Iraqi national budget bill.
      Over the past few weeks, many Iraqi lawmakers have complained in parliament about the delayed KRG oil transfers, questioning the silence of the Iraqi government in that regard.
      On Tuesday, Abdul-Mahdi, for the first time, issued a warning to the KRG for failing to meet its commitment in the delivery of oil to Baghdad. The warning came after pressure from multiple factions in the Iraqi parliament.
      A lawmaker for the largest Kurdish faction in the Iraqi Parliament says that once the new KRG cabinet is formed, which is expected to happen in June, an oil and gas delegation from the KRG will visit Baghdad to hold talks. 
      “Today [Wednesday], we, as a group of Kurdish lawmakers, met with Abdul-Mahdi for a short period to discuss the matter. We couldn’t discuss things in details, but agreed that it would be best for the KRG delegation to visit Baghdad and address the issue,” Aram Balatayi, a member of Iraq’s Oil and Gas Parliamentary Committee, and spokesperson for the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) faction in Iraqi Parliament, was quoted as saying on the party’s official website.
      “The Kurdistan Region has an obligation to hand over the oil to Baghdad,” he continued.
      “For more than ten years, the Kurdistan Region put effort into and created policies for its oil sector, so it is not easy to now seamlessly hand over the industry to Baghdad. Either the Iraqi government should pay dues of oil companies in the region, or the Kurdistan Region has to sell its oil to pay off those dues. Kurdistan can’t just hand over the oil to Baghdad and Baghdad then refuse to pay the companies.”
      Balatayi noted that both Erbil and Baghdad could reach an agreement on who would pay the dues and debts of those companies. If it is the KRG, then the Kurdistan Region “has to continue selling its oil,” but should Baghdad decide to absorb those financial obligations, “then this is another subject, and we will have our say at that moment.”
      The Kurdish lawmaker also noted that Kurds do not have a representative in Iraq’s SOMO and are not sure if they would be given a seat at the table to represent their interests.
      “There is still an ideology of centralizing power in Baghdad. We have issues with that, and a mechanism should be developed to deal with this,” he added.
      Gulizar Rashid Sindi, the deputy head of the Kurdistan Region’s Energy and Natural Resource Parliamentary Committee, stated that both the Kurdistan Parliament and the new KRG cabinet should cooperate in this regard.
      “The Kurdistan Region urges the resolution of the energy question through dialogue and the proper mechanisms,” Sindi told the official KDP website.
      “The Kurdistan Region will not be bound by Baghdad’s request if it isn't in the interest of the people of Kurdistan.”https://www.kurdistan24.net/en/news/d227436b-1f58-4cc9-b560-4c8e64843239
    • By Adam Montana
      ERBIL — Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani met on Thursday with his Iraqi counterpart Adil Abdul-Mahdi in Baghdad.
      The two premiers reportedly discussed bilateral ties and ways to resolve the remaining disputes between Erbil and Baghdad.
      This is the first visit to Baghdad by PM Barzani since the approval of Iraq’s 2019 budget bill which secured the salaries for Peshmerga and public servants of Kurdistan Region.
      No officials statements have yet been made.
       
      Link: http://www.basnews.com/index.php/en/news/kurdistan/499761
       
      "First visit... since the approval of (the budget)"... It's only been a week!
       
      This is moving, and fast.
       

       
    • By Adam Montana
      I know, it's not Wednesday...
       
      Hey everyone!
       
      I mentioned recently that the "Weekly Updates" may be switching days - I expected
      the news to start getting busy, and that is now official! I haven’t picked a specific day yet,
      and I may not need to.
       
      The weekly updates won't be necessary once we have an RV, and the stars are lining up very 
      nicely right now.
       
      Fingers crossed on that one. I’ll explain why below, and you might want to strap in for this one!
       
      First, the budget was submitted, signed, and looks like it will be passed, with a HUGE
      keynote - a significantly acceptable portion of the budget going to the Kurds. This has
      been a major point of contention between the parties over the years, in fact it’s possibly
      the biggest point of disagreement and reason for delays in the budget approval process
      in recent history.
       
      You can read the budget as it is written and posted here, but it needs to be published in the
      Gazette to be official. This may be happening yet this week, and if it does... that will be insanely
      quick. 
       
      It's barely the first week of February!!! Last year the Budget was boycotted by the Kurds in March,
      and they threatened to secede over the disputes.
       
      THAT is how far we've come in a year!!!
       
      If you’re not already squirming, let me tell you - this is awesome news. A happy GOI is a
      GOI that we can get behind, because it’s one that is more likely to RV. And this is possibly
      the happiest we’ve ever seen them!
       
      That by itself may have been enough reason for me to send out a special email on most
      weeks, but this week - THIS week - we have more.
       
      Maybe MUCH more!
       
      I’m trying to contain my excitement, and I’ve been doing a pretty good job of staying (mostly)
      in my seat, but it’s getting more and more difficult.
       
      We may have an HCL agreement shortly!
       
      I’ve been on the verge of releasing this information for over a week, and I’ve only held off
      because THIS is the kind of movement we need to see for an RV to happen, and I didn’t
      want to release the news without a full confirmation.
       
      As the news keeps coming out, this is going to start getting press in other places, so you
      may as well hear it here.
       
      If you’ve been following me for any time now, you know I’ve been on an “HCL-requirement”
      kick for a couple years now. No HCL = no RV. I've harped on that for years... and now, after 
      a long ride, it's not just on the horizon - it's coming at us, lights flashing and horns blaring!
       
      If you have NOT been with me for that long, let me introduce myself!
       
      Hi, I’m Adam Montana. The possibility of a Dinar RV has been in the works for a while
      now - over a decade, in fact.
       
      I’ve been following it, and helping tens of thousands of people avoid bad info, for the entire time.
       
      The summary on Iraqi Dinar is simple - back in 2003, the country of Iraq went through some
      stuff and their currency plummeted in value. It was once worth over $3 per one Iraqi Dinar,
      and now it’s worse than 1000 dinars to $1. 
       
      It was even worse, so much worse that those of us who got in early enough have already doubled our money.
       
      But, and this is why most of us are here in the first place, it stands a fighting chance of going
      back to it’s former value, or “ReValuing”, upwards to the tune of 100x where it is now or even more.
       
      When that happens, those of us who have the current Iraqi Dinar (not the “old notes” with Saddam
      Hussein’s face on them) will be able to exchange at that higher value, winning us an amazing profit.
       
      It’s called a “windfall”, and it’s definitely a real thing.
       
      Here’s where yours truly comes in. Throughout this whole venture, and before most of us ever heard
      of the Iraqi Dinar, I’ve been fortunate enough to have contacts in places that matter to get the absolute
      best return on the exchange. Because of the loyal group of members here at dinarvets who have committed
      to work alongside my partners and I in this, we have formed the STRONGEST and BEST CONNECTED
      group of dinar holders in the world… and this gives us EVEN MORE leverage. It's a snowball effect, and 
      it's a good place to be.
       
      In short, we’re going to put more money in our pocket than the average Joe or Mary that simply goes
      to the bank to cash in.
       
      Not only that, but the years of networking and planning for this event have allowed my contacts and
      I to put together the absolute best strategies for reducing tax liabilities, minimize risk, and even invest 
      after the fact to increase our returns.
       
      The best part? There will be no “800 numbers” to call. The VIP group will NEVER part with their dinar as part
      of their exchange. And if you decide to pay the measly amount of money it costs to join the VIP group,
      you are ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED to get a return on that expense when we cash in on the RV, or I’ll
      refund every penny you spent on VIP.
       
      Your time may be running out. Join VIP here, before it's too late.
       
      Back to the Dinar, for the past couple years I’ve been saying that we need to see progress on the HCL
      to see the RV. While other websites and “gurus” are talking about people already cashing in (fake news),
      or having “secret intel” on the timing of this event… I’ve been telling people to remain calm. 
       
      That’s one of the reasons thousands of VIP members place their trust in my and the programs here,
      because I don’t fluff this stuff up just to get people excited.
       
      I do the opposite - if there’s nothing going on, I tell it like it is, no matter who gets mad at me for it.
      (It happens! )
       
      Well… the time that we have been waiting on may be over. There is news out right now that is more
      encouraging regarding the HCL than ANYthing I have ever seen, and that means we’re almost there.
       
      It means this may be your last chance to get in VIP. Your chance to get in VIP may be over before I
      get this email sent out! And if the RV is announced, and you’re not in the VIP group - you’re on your
      own. No benefits, no tax benefits, and good luck to you.
       
      Now is probably the most URGENT time in this venture to get in VIP.
       
      Join here:  https://dinarvets.com/forums/index.php?/store/category/1-vip-membership-packages/
       
      Remember, there’s a money back guarantee. You have nothing to lose and a LOT to gain. 
       
      See you in there!
       
      GOOOOO RRRRVVVVVV!!!!!!!
       
       
       
      - Adam Montana
       
      P.S. In reading the above, I see that I didn't explain why the HCL is important. In a nutshell, it's important
      to the Kurds so they get a fair share of oil revenue, and ties in very closely to their concerns on the budget. 

      Both of those issues are melting away, right in front of our eyes.
       
      With these two things lining up at the same time, we have the most perfect situation to see an RV that I've 
      ever witnessed.
       
      RIGHT NOW is an amazing time to be part of  this situation!
       

       

       

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