Oil Minister in Arbil to support the Kurdistan oil and economically


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Said Deputy Kurd in the Iraqi parliament, on Wednesday, for an expected visit to the Iraqi Oil Minister, Jabbar and coffee, to the city of Erbil, the capital of the Kurdistan region, pointing out that the Minister of Natural Resources in the Kurdistan Regional Government will travel in turn to Baghdad later, in order to discuss the implementation of the oil accord former signed between the two governments, and the Federal Territory (the end of 2015 during a visit to the former Iraqi oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi to Arbil).

MP for the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc in the Iraqi parliament, Hakhuan Abdullah, said in a press statement: “It is scheduled to pay Iraq’s oil minister, Jabbar Laibi visit to Arbil, while the Minister of Natural Resources will be in the Kurdistan Regional Government Ashti Hawrami, in turn, visited Baghdad Later “.

Adding that: “The aim of these visits is to discuss the former oil agreement signed between Baghdad and Erbil, the ways and mechanisms applied details.”

Comes the upcoming visit of the Iraqi minister to Arbil, after the visit by the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, and the accompanying delegation to him to Baghdad during the past two days, and his meeting with senior Iraqi officials, led by Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, where the two sides discussed the subject of production and distribution of oil and the rights of Kurdistan and Kirkuk province has been agreed to hold technical talks between the ministries of the federal oil and natural resources in the region in this regard, according to a statement to the provincial government issued after the meeting.


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