Kurdistan Government denies oil export from region illegally
Kurdistan Government denies export of oil from the region illegally
Date: Thursday, 12-04-2012 06: 36 pm
Irbil (News)... Kurdistan Government denied Thursday, oil exports from the territory illegally by changing movement in Kurdistan Parliament opposition handed over Presidency of Parliament a memorandum on the oil sector and the export from the territory illegally and the disappearance of financial revenues as well as lack of clarity in contracts entered into by the Ministry of natural resources of the territorial Government with foreign companies operating in the oil sector in the region.
A Government of Kurdistan received (News Agency news) on Thursday, the Cabinet Secretary Mohammad kardaghi, as saying the territory: the Territory Government has not committed any illegality in respect of oil exploration and extraction and export", noting that" the territory's Parliament opened an investigation into the case statement of facts.
Kardaghi said: that information referring to export oil from territory illegally was originally visions to the members of the movement of change in the Parliament of Kurdistan, "the commitment of the Government of the territory in any decision by Parliament in this context.
Kurdistan was announced earlier to stop all oil exports from the current 1 to protest the non-payment of receivables for foreign companies operating in the oil sector in the region.
And owns Kurdistan fictitious 45 billion barrels and the territorial Government began after 2003 by subtracting the oil fields to foreign investment.
And ran the territory's oil policy with the policy of the Federal Government in Baghdad, where federal contracts are concluded by the Government of the territory to be unconstitutional and non-matching oil policy. /finished/24 u/LR
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