New negotiations between Baghdad and the region to pass the oil and gas law

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New negotiations between Baghdad and the region to pass the oil and gas law

On Sunday, Nermin Maarouf, the representative of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, announced that a new round of discussions between Baghdad and Erbil had begun to resolve their differences and establish long-term strategic agreements.

During an interview with [publication name], Marouf emphasized the importance of resolving salary disputes between Baghdad and the center and passing the oil and gas law.

According to her, the main reason for delaying the approval of the oil and gas law is the need for more consensus between the political blocs. She emphasized the need for the two parties to reach long-term strategic agreements to approve the oil and gas law.

She continued, “Despite progress made, the oil and gas issue and several other matters remain contentious between the involved parties. Nevertheless, we are optimistic and hope to reach final agreements soon.”

According to Sharif Suleiman, the representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the oil and gas law is currently being reviewed by the government committee. He confirmed to “Al-Ma’louma” that a law proposal was submitted by the Kurdistan Region to the committee for consideration.