Maliki defected to Obama to stop Kurdish oil contracts: Chest
Chest: Maliki defected to Obama to stop Kurdish oil contracts
Sunday June 24, 2012 07: 35 GMT
Leader Moqtada Sadr
Leader Moqtada al-Sadr, Sunday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to resort to u.s. President Barack Obama to stop oil contracts signed by the KRG oil companies, with the scientific Al-Maliki is not an American President for an internationalisation issues.
Sadr said in response to a question from one of his followers on the Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki internationalization problems and professional differences regarding oil contracts in northern Iraq and US President Barack Obama to stop oil contracts between the company and the territory, and they speak and stand in the opposite of the internationalization of the issue of internal and external project refuse, and received "alsumaria news", a copy of it, "with the health of your question, do not consider Obama an internationalisation and intervention."
He was a leader in the Kurdistan Alliance, launched alatroshi Farhad on Saturday (June 23, 2012), attacked the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs Hussain Shahristani, "already" in his hostility to the Kurds and "loses his cool when, in response the same day that Al-Shahristani does not exhibit any hostility to Al-Kurd, indicating that the dispute does not exceed case oil contracts, he embraced the Government's view of the need to go through those contracts through the Centre.
The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs, said Hussain Shahristani at the 20 June 2012, the US oil company Exxon Mobil has pledged to freeze its work in Kurdistan, Iraq until an agreement between Baghdad and Erbil on oil contracts, indicating that territory in the event of breach of this undertaking, the company will be "serious decision".
He warned the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs, Hussain Shahristani in the 20th of June, French companies operating in the oil sector in Iraq by contracting out non-Iraqi Government, confirmed the desire of Iraq in sophisticated relationships with France.
The warnings come as a new warning Shahristani for global companies to deal with Kurdistan on signing oil contracts and another escalation between Baghdad and Erbil on this problem.
The Prime Minister's media adviser Ali al-Mosawi revealed for "alsumaria news" on 19 June 2012) that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki now moves to prevent suspicious deal to invest oil in disputed areas in Ninawa governorate ", indicating that those behind this deal is" Kurdistan and Tehran and Governor of Nineveh Ethel Exxon Mobil, said al-Musawi, the head of Government had evidence of Iraqi involvement and Kurdistan in the deal which "seriously affect the unity of the country".
Presidency of the Kurdistan region of Iraq was received on 20 June 2012, told al-Musawi accused Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to "try to ignite sedition in every way" among Iraqis, denied accusations by a top aide to Al-Maliki on a secret deal to exploit oil in Nineveh province, confirmed that the Kurds are able to solve all their problems, "according to the Constitution."
And the origin of the old controversy renewed between the Governments of Baghdad and Erbil to oil contracts by the territory and which Baghdad illegally, one of those contracts, a contract territory with ExxonMobil for oil exploration, which the Kurdistan President Massoud Barzani in Iraq (April 24, 2012) to Exxon Mobil would not give up despite threats by the Central Government to contract with them in the development of West Qurna in Basra.
The oil Ministry has ruled out in (19 April 2012) Exxon Mobil from licensing round held at the end of may last, without addressing the fate held in West Qurna.
The Ministry of natural resources announced in Kurdistan in (21 may 2012), that the territory be crude oil from its fields in August 2013 through independent piping up to the Turkish Mediterranean port of Ceyhan, with 17 percent said they will come from revenues those exports remaining recognizes to the Central Government.
And acute crisis erupted between Baghdad and Erbil, Kurdistan off background (1 April 2012) pumping oil until further notice due to disagreements with Baghdad and "non-compliance" to pay financial receivables for international oil companies operating in it, Shahristani said, while in (April 2, 2012), Iraqi Kurdistan was deprived of six billion and $ 650 million over the past two years 2010 and 2011 due to withholding oil exports, expected to reach higher levels of deprivation in 2012, with most of the oil Produced in Kurdistan fleeing across borders and often to Iran and not to fulfill export contracts.
The Government replied in Kurdish (April 3, 2012), Shahristani as a "false accusations", saying it was aimed at covering up the "failure" of the Central Government in providing services to citizens, with an Iraqi party accused unnamed "chauvinism", then returned and confirmed by the Minister of natural resources it would not resume asti hawrami exports from the territory before reaching agreement "comprehensive" with the Government on financial receivables, with Massoud Barzani, head of the territory formed a Commission to investigate alleged oil smuggling.
And the head of Government of Nouri al-Maliki, in (17 April 2012), he tried to prevent the smuggling of oil from wells in Kurdistan, out of the country, but stressed that the "battle" with the territorial guard almost fell because of the strike, calling for a constitutional basis and assets to invest in oil wealth.
The Kurdistan Alliance, dominated by President Massoud Barzani, a key region along with the Iraqi list and the Sadr movement in a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki, despite the reluctance of President Jalal Talabani, Barzani's Kurdistan Alliance partner in signing a book no confidence.
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