The region is ready to deliver 250,000 barrels of crude oil to the federal government in Baghdad, the president of the Kurdistan Region, Nezhirvan Barzani, said on Saturday.
“In principle, we see no difficulties in delivering 250,000 barrels of crude oil to Baghdad,” Barzani said in an interview with the official Anatolia news agency. “However, for this to happen, we must first meet. I was in Baghdad before Come here. “
This came in response to a statement by Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi: “We sent the budget of the region earlier this month, in contrast, Baghdad did not get even a barrel of oil revenues,” Barzani said
He pointed out that the issue is not only the issue of 250 thousand barrels of oil, and that the subject of a legal aspect, pointing out that the Government of the Territory took loans after cutting their balance in 2014.
He stressed that the solution of all those differences must be by consensus between Baghdad and the region, stressing that the region is ready to support Baghdad in reaching a common solution between the parties.