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UN, US Welcome Baghdad-Erbil Deal

The KRG delegation held extensive meetings in Baghdad to reach a deal.

Both the United States and the United Nations welcome an agreement reached by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and the Iraqi government earlier today on oil and budget disputes. “We congratulate the Iraqi and Kurdistan Regional Governments on reaching a broad agreement on revenue management and oil exports originating from …

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Kurdistan Region and Baghdad Reach Deal On Oil, Budget

In late August last year, the pipeline was attacked by PKK rebels in Turkey.

Iraq’s government reached a temporary agreement with Kurdish regional authorities on Tuesday to end a dispute over oil exports and budget payments to the semi-autonomous Kurdish region. Under the deal, 300,000 barrels per day (bpd) of oil from Kirkuk will be exported via a pipeline running through Kurdish territory to Turkey, …

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Masrour Barzani: Baghdad Prevents Aid to Reach Peshmarga

Masrour Barzani told the German delegation that  Baghdad prevents aids to reach Peshmarga.

The Adviser of the Kurdistan Region’s Security Council (KRSC) Masrour Barzani accused Baghdad of not meeting their duties in arming the Peshmarga forces, particularly by preventing the assistance to reach them. In a meeting with a German delegation comprising of ministries of Defense and Foreign Affairs led by Deputy Minister for Strategy and Missions …

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