KRG Resumes Oil Exports a Week after Pipeline Explosion
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KRG Resumes Oil Exports a Week after Pipeline Explosion

ERBIL — The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has resumed the oil exports a week after its pipeline was exploded inside the Turkish territories.

“Regional Government resumed oil exportation with the same capacity as before,” Jotiar Adil wrote on Twitter on Saturday.

The KRG last week condemned the explosion of its oil pipeline, calling it “a terrorist attack” that “would not be tolerated”.

“The Kurdistan Regional Government strongly condemns the terrorist attack targeting the pipeline which exports oil from Kurdistan Region this Wednesday, resulting in the suspension of oil exports. The Kurdistan Regional Government believes that these acts only further destabilise the situation in the region,” the government said.

“The KRG will never allow threats against its interests and the livelihood of the peoples of the Kurdistan Region. An investigation has already been launched to determine those behind the attack.”