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Al-Abadi Refused Dialogue with KRG and U.S Disappointment on Kurdish Referendum

Al-Abadi Refused Dialogue with KRG and U.S Disappointment on Kurdish Referendum

On Tuesday, the Commander-in-Chief of Iraqi Armed Forces and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi said that his country rejects any kind of talks with the officials of Kurdistan regional government about the outcome of referendum for independence. He further added that the Iraqi Federal Court had ordered not to conduct referendum in Kurdistan region because it will be against the Iraqi constitution. He pointed out that Iraqi federal government will not discuss with Kurdistan regarding the results of referendum or…

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Wengervan Barzani, Maliki stressed the need to speed up the adoption of the budget

Wengervan Barzani, Maliki stressed the need to speed up the adoption of the budget

Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki wengervan Barzani challenges facing Iraq                         Baghdad/Obelisk: Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki and the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, nechirvan Barzani, on Monday on the need to resolve outstanding issues in the scheduled meeting between the delegations of the Government and the territory, and accelerate adoption of the general budget of the country. The Cabinet said in a press release got “the Obelisk”, that it came during Maliki’s reception for the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government nechirvan Barzani and his party, in his Office in Baghdad, and…

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Iraq’s oil exports slip in December, 2014 target looks tough

Iraq’s oil exports slip in December, 2014 target looks tough

Iraq’s oil exports have fallen so far in December, capping what has been a disappointing year and highlighting challenges it faces in 2014 in achieving significant production growth, Reuters reported. The drop in exports this month shows Iraq has yet to overcome infrastructure constraints and security issues that slowed output growth in 2013, supporting global prices, and threaten to dampen plans for a sizeable expansion next year. Exports from Iraq’s southern terminals have averaged 2.01 million barrels per day (bpd) so far in December, according to shipping data tracked by Reuters, down slightly from November’s average…

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