The Ministry of Natural Resources and Resources in the Kurdistan Regional Government, on Friday, a five-point proposal to resolve the problem of oil exports between Erbil and Baghdad.
1 that pay the Iraqi government salaries of employees and workers in the Kurdistan region, the Peshmerga forces, police, Asayish, and retirees, amounting to a monthly [915 billion Iraqi dinars].
2 – Baghdad believes the operating budget of the Kurdistan region, amounting to 17% of the total oil revenues in Iraq for use in the operation of refineries and power plants.
3 Baghdad believes the operational budget of the Kurdistan region, amounting to 17% of the federal operating budget, [apart from the budget and salaries].
4 – The Iraqi government guarantees payment of financial dues to international companies that work in the field of oil production in Kurdistan according to the contracts concluded so that companies continue to produce oil and achieve profits.
5 – Or the Government of the Territory put forward a proposal “easy” is: to grant the Government of the Territory 17% of the total oil production in Iraq and Kurdistan and the Government of the Territory to implement the above points themselves.
Iraq last week submitted a formal request to Iran and Turkey in dealing with the federal government exclusively with regard to border ports and the closure of all ports with these two countries until the receipt of management by the federal government as well as the suspension of all commercial dealings, especially on the export of oil and sale with the Kurdistan region, Dealing with this file with the Iraqi federal government exclusively because of the province to referendum for separation.
Oil Minister Jabbar Ali al-Allaibi on Tuesday called on North Oil companies, the oil projects company and the ministry’s pipeline company to put forward an urgent plan to repair the Baghdad-owned pipeline to export crude oil from Kirkuk fields to the Turkish port of Ceyhan away from Kurdistan.