The Deputy Secretary-General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Kosrat Rasul, Tuesday, 7/8/2018, resolved the outstanding oil files between Baghdad and Erbil with a delegation from the Federal Oil Ministry.
The Information Office of the Union said in a statement received by “Baghdad,” that “Rasul, received in Sulaymaniyah, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Oil and the accompanying ministerial delegation, and discussed ways to address outstanding issues between the Kurdistan region and the federal government in general and the oil file in particular,” noting that ” The need for a joint plan and comprehensive to address the oil file and all other files. ”
“The importance of the role of the Ministry of Oil, and the need for the Ministry of Oil to develop its activities to serve the citizens,” Rasul pointed out “the importance of working according to plans and programs accurate to develop the oil sector and natural resources in Iraq.”
“The delegation listened to the speech of the Deputy Secretary General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan,” the statement said, adding that “the members of the delegation confirmed that they will work to develop and expand the activities of the Ministry of Oil.”Allianz, Amazon, Article 50, AUD, Australia, Bloomberg, Brent Oil, Brexit, Britain, Brussels, CAD, China, Copper, Crude Oil, Dinar Guru, Dinar Guru Chat, Dollar, Dong, Dow Jones, Euler Hermes, Euro, European Union, Exxon Mobil, Facebook, Federal Reserve, Forex Dinar Guru EU, France, GBP, Germany, Gold, Gold Prices, Instagram, Intesa Sanpaolo, Iraqi Dinar, Iraqi market, Japanese Yen, JPMorgan, London, Malaysia, Microsoft, Nasdaq, Nasdaq Composite, Natural Gas, New York, New York Mercantile Exchange, New York Stock Exchange, New Zealand, Nikkei, NYSE, NZD, Oil Prices, Palladium, Platinum, Pound Sterling, Russia, RWE, S&P, Silver, Singapore STOXX, Stock Market, Tokyo, Tokyo Stock Market Dinar Guru, Turkish Lira, Twitter, U.S. dollar, UK, UniCredit, United States, US, US dollar, US President Donald Trump, USA, USD, Vietnam, Vietnam news, Vietnamese Dong, Wall Street, Wells Fargo, ZIM, Zimbabwean Dollar, ZWD /