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Ruling halts oil exports from Iraq’s Kurdish space through Turkey

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BEIRUT — Iraqi officers introduced Saturday that Baghdad has gained a world arbitration case that may halt oil exports from the semi-autonomous Kurdish area by the use of Turkey.

Officers in Baghdad and Irbil, the seat of the Kurdish regional authorities, have lengthy been at odds over sharing of oil revenues. In 2014, the Kurdish area determined to unilaterally export oil by way of an unbiased pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.

Baghdad referred to as the transfer “smuggling” and “theft” and filed a case in opposition to Turkey within the Worldwide Court docket of Arbitration, arguing that Turkey was violating the provisions of the Iraqi-Turkish pipeline settlement signed in 1973.

The central authorities considers it unlawful for Irbil to export oil with out going by way of the Iraqi nationwide oil firm, whereas Kurdish authorities have mentioned the apply is supposed to compensate for funds transfers withheld from the Kurdish area by Baghdad.

Iraq’s ministry of oil mentioned in a press release that the ministry, through the nationwide oil advertising firm, SOMO, “is the one entity licensed to handle export operations by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan.”

Within the wake of the ruling issued in Paris on Thursday, the ministry mentioned it should “talk about the mechanisms of exporting Iraqi oil by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan with the involved authorities within the area and with the Turkish authorities… in a way that ensures the continuation of oil exports and the success of SOMO’s obligations.”

The Kurdish area’s ministry of pure assets mentioned in a press release that the regional authorities won’t “quit on the constitutional rights of the Kurdistani folks” and that the ruling won’t hurt its relations with the central authorities.

The area’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani mentioned current discussions with Baghdad “have laid the groundwork for us to beat the arbitration ruling as we speak” and {that a} group from the regional authorities will journey to Baghdad on Sunday for talks.

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BEIRUT — Iraqi officers introduced Saturday that Baghdad has gained a world arbitration case that may halt oil exports from the semi-autonomous Kurdish area by the use of Turkey.

Officers in Baghdad and Irbil, the seat of the Kurdish regional authorities, have lengthy been at odds over sharing of oil revenues. In 2014, the Kurdish area determined to unilaterally export oil by way of an unbiased pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.

Baghdad referred to as the transfer “smuggling” and “theft” and filed a case in opposition to Turkey within the Worldwide Court docket of Arbitration, arguing that Turkey was violating the provisions of the Iraqi-Turkish pipeline settlement signed in 1973.

The central authorities considers it unlawful for Irbil to export oil with out going by way of the Iraqi nationwide oil firm, whereas Kurdish authorities have mentioned the apply is supposed to compensate for funds transfers withheld from the Kurdish area by Baghdad.

Iraq’s ministry of oil mentioned in a press release that the ministry, through the nationwide oil advertising firm, SOMO, “is the one entity licensed to handle export operations by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan.”

Within the wake of the ruling issued in Paris on Thursday, the ministry mentioned it should “talk about the mechanisms of exporting Iraqi oil by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan with the involved authorities within the area and with the Turkish authorities… in a way that ensures the continuation of oil exports and the success of SOMO’s obligations.”

The Kurdish area’s ministry of pure assets mentioned in a press release that the regional authorities won’t “quit on the constitutional rights of the Kurdistani folks” and that the ruling won’t hurt its relations with the central authorities.

The area’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani mentioned current discussions with Baghdad “have laid the groundwork for us to beat the arbitration ruling as we speak” and {that a} group from the regional authorities will journey to Baghdad on Sunday for talks.

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BEIRUT — Iraqi officers introduced Saturday that Baghdad has gained a world arbitration case that may halt oil exports from the semi-autonomous Kurdish area by the use of Turkey.

Officers in Baghdad and Irbil, the seat of the Kurdish regional authorities, have lengthy been at odds over sharing of oil revenues. In 2014, the Kurdish area determined to unilaterally export oil by way of an unbiased pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.

Baghdad referred to as the transfer “smuggling” and “theft” and filed a case in opposition to Turkey within the Worldwide Court docket of Arbitration, arguing that Turkey was violating the provisions of the Iraqi-Turkish pipeline settlement signed in 1973.

The central authorities considers it unlawful for Irbil to export oil with out going by way of the Iraqi nationwide oil firm, whereas Kurdish authorities have mentioned the apply is supposed to compensate for funds transfers withheld from the Kurdish area by Baghdad.

Iraq’s ministry of oil mentioned in a press release that the ministry, through the nationwide oil advertising firm, SOMO, “is the one entity licensed to handle export operations by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan.”

Within the wake of the ruling issued in Paris on Thursday, the ministry mentioned it should “talk about the mechanisms of exporting Iraqi oil by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan with the involved authorities within the area and with the Turkish authorities… in a way that ensures the continuation of oil exports and the success of SOMO’s obligations.”

The Kurdish area’s ministry of pure assets mentioned in a press release that the regional authorities won’t “quit on the constitutional rights of the Kurdistani folks” and that the ruling won’t hurt its relations with the central authorities.

The area’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani mentioned current discussions with Baghdad “have laid the groundwork for us to beat the arbitration ruling as we speak” and {that a} group from the regional authorities will journey to Baghdad on Sunday for talks.

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BEIRUT — Iraqi officers introduced Saturday that Baghdad has gained a world arbitration case that may halt oil exports from the semi-autonomous Kurdish area by the use of Turkey.

Officers in Baghdad and Irbil, the seat of the Kurdish regional authorities, have lengthy been at odds over sharing of oil revenues. In 2014, the Kurdish area determined to unilaterally export oil by way of an unbiased pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.

Baghdad referred to as the transfer “smuggling” and “theft” and filed a case in opposition to Turkey within the Worldwide Court docket of Arbitration, arguing that Turkey was violating the provisions of the Iraqi-Turkish pipeline settlement signed in 1973.

The central authorities considers it unlawful for Irbil to export oil with out going by way of the Iraqi nationwide oil firm, whereas Kurdish authorities have mentioned the apply is supposed to compensate for funds transfers withheld from the Kurdish area by Baghdad.

Iraq’s ministry of oil mentioned in a press release that the ministry, through the nationwide oil advertising firm, SOMO, “is the one entity licensed to handle export operations by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan.”

Within the wake of the ruling issued in Paris on Thursday, the ministry mentioned it should “talk about the mechanisms of exporting Iraqi oil by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan with the involved authorities within the area and with the Turkish authorities… in a way that ensures the continuation of oil exports and the success of SOMO’s obligations.”

The Kurdish area’s ministry of pure assets mentioned in a press release that the regional authorities won’t “quit on the constitutional rights of the Kurdistani folks” and that the ruling won’t hurt its relations with the central authorities.

The area’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani mentioned current discussions with Baghdad “have laid the groundwork for us to beat the arbitration ruling as we speak” and {that a} group from the regional authorities will journey to Baghdad on Sunday for talks.

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BEIRUT — Iraqi officers introduced Saturday that Baghdad has gained a world arbitration case that may halt oil exports from the semi-autonomous Kurdish area by the use of Turkey.

Officers in Baghdad and Irbil, the seat of the Kurdish regional authorities, have lengthy been at odds over sharing of oil revenues. In 2014, the Kurdish area determined to unilaterally export oil by way of an unbiased pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.

Baghdad referred to as the transfer “smuggling” and “theft” and filed a case in opposition to Turkey within the Worldwide Court docket of Arbitration, arguing that Turkey was violating the provisions of the Iraqi-Turkish pipeline settlement signed in 1973.

The central authorities considers it unlawful for Irbil to export oil with out going by way of the Iraqi nationwide oil firm, whereas Kurdish authorities have mentioned the apply is supposed to compensate for funds transfers withheld from the Kurdish area by Baghdad.

Iraq’s ministry of oil mentioned in a press release that the ministry, through the nationwide oil advertising firm, SOMO, “is the one entity licensed to handle export operations by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan.”

Within the wake of the ruling issued in Paris on Thursday, the ministry mentioned it should “talk about the mechanisms of exporting Iraqi oil by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan with the involved authorities within the area and with the Turkish authorities… in a way that ensures the continuation of oil exports and the success of SOMO’s obligations.”

The Kurdish area’s ministry of pure assets mentioned in a press release that the regional authorities won’t “quit on the constitutional rights of the Kurdistani folks” and that the ruling won’t hurt its relations with the central authorities.

The area’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani mentioned current discussions with Baghdad “have laid the groundwork for us to beat the arbitration ruling as we speak” and {that a} group from the regional authorities will journey to Baghdad on Sunday for talks.

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BEIRUT — Iraqi officers introduced Saturday that Baghdad has gained a world arbitration case that may halt oil exports from the semi-autonomous Kurdish area by the use of Turkey.

Officers in Baghdad and Irbil, the seat of the Kurdish regional authorities, have lengthy been at odds over sharing of oil revenues. In 2014, the Kurdish area determined to unilaterally export oil by way of an unbiased pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.

Baghdad referred to as the transfer “smuggling” and “theft” and filed a case in opposition to Turkey within the Worldwide Court docket of Arbitration, arguing that Turkey was violating the provisions of the Iraqi-Turkish pipeline settlement signed in 1973.

The central authorities considers it unlawful for Irbil to export oil with out going by way of the Iraqi nationwide oil firm, whereas Kurdish authorities have mentioned the apply is supposed to compensate for funds transfers withheld from the Kurdish area by Baghdad.

Iraq’s ministry of oil mentioned in a press release that the ministry, through the nationwide oil advertising firm, SOMO, “is the one entity licensed to handle export operations by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan.”

Within the wake of the ruling issued in Paris on Thursday, the ministry mentioned it should “talk about the mechanisms of exporting Iraqi oil by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan with the involved authorities within the area and with the Turkish authorities… in a way that ensures the continuation of oil exports and the success of SOMO’s obligations.”

The Kurdish area’s ministry of pure assets mentioned in a press release that the regional authorities won’t “quit on the constitutional rights of the Kurdistani folks” and that the ruling won’t hurt its relations with the central authorities.

The area’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani mentioned current discussions with Baghdad “have laid the groundwork for us to beat the arbitration ruling as we speak” and {that a} group from the regional authorities will journey to Baghdad on Sunday for talks.

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BEIRUT — Iraqi officers introduced Saturday that Baghdad has gained a world arbitration case that may halt oil exports from the semi-autonomous Kurdish area by the use of Turkey.

Officers in Baghdad and Irbil, the seat of the Kurdish regional authorities, have lengthy been at odds over sharing of oil revenues. In 2014, the Kurdish area determined to unilaterally export oil by way of an unbiased pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.

Baghdad referred to as the transfer “smuggling” and “theft” and filed a case in opposition to Turkey within the Worldwide Court docket of Arbitration, arguing that Turkey was violating the provisions of the Iraqi-Turkish pipeline settlement signed in 1973.

The central authorities considers it unlawful for Irbil to export oil with out going by way of the Iraqi nationwide oil firm, whereas Kurdish authorities have mentioned the apply is supposed to compensate for funds transfers withheld from the Kurdish area by Baghdad.

Iraq’s ministry of oil mentioned in a press release that the ministry, through the nationwide oil advertising firm, SOMO, “is the one entity licensed to handle export operations by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan.”

Within the wake of the ruling issued in Paris on Thursday, the ministry mentioned it should “talk about the mechanisms of exporting Iraqi oil by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan with the involved authorities within the area and with the Turkish authorities… in a way that ensures the continuation of oil exports and the success of SOMO’s obligations.”

The Kurdish area’s ministry of pure assets mentioned in a press release that the regional authorities won’t “quit on the constitutional rights of the Kurdistani folks” and that the ruling won’t hurt its relations with the central authorities.

The area’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani mentioned current discussions with Baghdad “have laid the groundwork for us to beat the arbitration ruling as we speak” and {that a} group from the regional authorities will journey to Baghdad on Sunday for talks.

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BEIRUT — Iraqi officers introduced Saturday that Baghdad has gained a world arbitration case that may halt oil exports from the semi-autonomous Kurdish area by the use of Turkey.

Officers in Baghdad and Irbil, the seat of the Kurdish regional authorities, have lengthy been at odds over sharing of oil revenues. In 2014, the Kurdish area determined to unilaterally export oil by way of an unbiased pipeline to the Turkish port of Ceyhan.

Baghdad referred to as the transfer “smuggling” and “theft” and filed a case in opposition to Turkey within the Worldwide Court docket of Arbitration, arguing that Turkey was violating the provisions of the Iraqi-Turkish pipeline settlement signed in 1973.

The central authorities considers it unlawful for Irbil to export oil with out going by way of the Iraqi nationwide oil firm, whereas Kurdish authorities have mentioned the apply is supposed to compensate for funds transfers withheld from the Kurdish area by Baghdad.

Iraq’s ministry of oil mentioned in a press release that the ministry, through the nationwide oil advertising firm, SOMO, “is the one entity licensed to handle export operations by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan.”

Within the wake of the ruling issued in Paris on Thursday, the ministry mentioned it should “talk about the mechanisms of exporting Iraqi oil by way of the Turkish port of Ceyhan with the involved authorities within the area and with the Turkish authorities… in a way that ensures the continuation of oil exports and the success of SOMO’s obligations.”

The Kurdish area’s ministry of pure assets mentioned in a press release that the regional authorities won’t “quit on the constitutional rights of the Kurdistani folks” and that the ruling won’t hurt its relations with the central authorities.

The area’s Prime Minister Masrour Barzani mentioned current discussions with Baghdad “have laid the groundwork for us to beat the arbitration ruling as we speak” and {that a} group from the regional authorities will journey to Baghdad on Sunday for talks.

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