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Iraqi Prime Minister, Mohamed Shia al-Sudani, stated that exports of crude oil from the Kurdistan region to Turkey will resume by the end of the week. Kurdish crude oil exports were halted in late March after the ICC ruled that Turkey requires Iraqi approval to accept Kurdish oil exports. Part of the compromise between Erbil and Baghdad is that exports will go through the Iraqi state-owned oil company SOMO rather than the Kurdish authorities.

Iraq To Restart Kurdistan Oil Exports

Iraqi Prime Minister, Mohamed Shia al-Sudani, stated that exports of crude oil from the Kurdistan region to Turkey will resume by the end of the week. Kurdish crude oil exports were halted in late March after the ICC ruled that Turkey requires Iraqi approval to accept Kurdish oil exports. Part of the compromise between Erbil and Baghdad is that exports will go through the Iraqi state-owned oil company SOMO rather than the Kurdish authorities.

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