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چارەنووسی نادیاری نەوتەکەی کوردستان لە ئەمریکا

NNSROJ: کەشتییەکی هەڵگری نەوتی خاوی کوردستان گەیشتۆتە کەنارەکانی تێکزاسی ئەمریکا، بەڵام تا ئێستا دیار نییە گەلۆ بارەکەی ڕادەستی کڕیارە نادیارەکەی دەکرێ یا دەستی بەسەردا گیراوە.

ڕۆژی یەکشەممە، ٢٧ی جولای، ئاژانسی ڕۆیتەرز هەواڵی گەیشتنی کەشتیی نەوتبەری “یونایتێد کالاڤرڤتا”ی بڵاوکردەوە کە دەگوترێ لە مانگی ژووئەندا، یەک میلیۆن بەرمیل نەوتی خاوی کوردستانی لە بەندەری جەیهانی تورکیاوە بار کردووە و بەرەو ئەمریکای بردووە.

بە گوێرەی دواترین زانیارییەکانی هەمان ئاژانس، کەشتییە نەوتبەرەکە، بڕیاربووە پاش چرا سەوزی وەزارەتی دەرەوەی ئەمریکا لە بەندەری گاڵڤێستۆنی تێکزاس بەتاڵ و ڕادەستی مشتەرییە نەناسراوەکەی بکرێ بەڵام ڕۆژی دووشەممە[٢٨ی جولای]، حکوومەتی عێراق، “نانسەی کەی جانسۆ”، دادوەری دادگای فێدراڵ لە هیوستۆنی تێکزاسی ڕازی کردووە کە تا چارەسەربوونی کێشەکە، دەست بەسەر نەوتەکەی کوردستاندا بگرێت.

هەمان ڕۆژ، دادگای ئاماژەپێکراو، بڕیاری داوە کە سەرەتا نەوتەکە بە کەشتی بچووکتر، بگوازرێتەوە سەر خاکی ئەمریکا و دواتر بڕیاری یەکلاییکەرەوە لەسەر ئەو پرسە بدات.

ریچارد مالینسۆن، لە ڕێکخراوەیەکی ڕاوێژکاری بواری وزە لە بریتانیا بە ئاژانسی رۆیتەرزی گوتووە سەرەڕای ئەوەی کە ئەمریکا پێشی بە هاتنی کەشتییە نەوتبەرەکەی هەرێمی کوردستان نەگرت، بەغدا توانی لە ڕێگەی دادگاکانی ئەمریکاوە، هەوڵی پێشگرتن بە فرۆشتنی ئەو نەتەوە دەدات.

سەبارەت بەو دەنگۆیانەش کە دەگوترێ کڕیاری نەوتە خاوەکەی کوردستان دیار نییە، “ریچارد ستۆڵ”، مامۆستای زانستە سیاسییەکان لە زانکۆی رایس لە هیوستۆنی ئەمریکا بە کاناڵێکی تەلەڤیزیۆنیی خۆجێی شارەکەی وت کە ئەو پێی وانییە کەسانێک میلیۆنێک بەرمیل نەوتیان بەرەو تێکزاس بار کردبێ بە ئومێدی ئەوەی کە لەوێ مشتەرییەک بدۆزنەوە. بۆیە پێدەچێ، نەوتەکە پێشووتر لە لایەن کەسێکەوە کڕدرابێ.

دەگوترێ کە نرخی ئەو ١ میلیۆن بەرمیل نەوتە، بە گوێرەی ڕەوشی ئەمڕۆی بازاڕی جیهانیی وزە، ١٠٠ میلیۆن دۆلارە.

بە گوێرەی کاناڵی سی ئێن بی سی، هەندێک بەڵگە لەبەر دەستن کە نیشان دەدەن کڕیاری ئەو بڕە لە نەوتی خاوی کوردستان، کۆمپانییەکی بریتانیایی تۆمارکراو لە ئیسرائیل بەناوی “تالمای ترەیدینگ”ە بەڵام ڕۆیتەرز دەڵێ ناتوانێ ئەو زانیارییە پشتڕاست بکاتەوە.

تالمای ترەیدینگ، پێشووتر نەوتی خاوی لە ڕووسیاش کڕیوە.

لە چەند حەوتووی ڕابردوودا، کۆمەڵێک هەواڵ سەبارەت بە فرۆشانی نەوتی کوردستان و تەنانەت گەیشتنی پارەکەشی لە میدیاکاندا بڵاوکرانەوە بەڵام وادیارە تا ئێستاش ڕوون نییە کە چارەنووسی ١ میلیۆن بەرمیلە نەوتەکەی کوردستان کە “یونایتێد کالاڤرڤتا” هەڵگرییەتی، بە کوێ دەگات.

کەشتیی نەوتبەری “یونایتێد کالاڤرڤتا”، بە ئاڵای دوڕگەکانی ماڕشاڵ، پاش زیاتر لە مانگ و نیوێک ئاڕاستەگۆڕین و سەرگەردانی لەناو دەریاکاندا، هەر ئێستا لە کەنارەکانی تێکزاس لەنگەری گرتووە.
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  1. : رۆژپڕێس|Rojpress
    29 ته‌مموز 2014 له‌ 16:07

    Tanker with Iraqi Kurdish crude cleared to unload cargo off Texas
    BY ERWIN SEBA AND TERRY WADE
    HOUSTON Sun Jul 27, 2014 7:27pm EDT
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    (Reuters) – A tanker carrying crude oil from Iraqi Kurdistan was cleared by the U.S. Coast Guard to unload its cargo at sea off Texas on Sunday as a State Department official signaled Washington would not intervene to block delivery of the controversial crude.

    Coast Guard officials went aboard the tanker United Kalavrvta on Sunday and verified the ship and crew’s ability to safely offload the oil, a Coast Guard spokesman said.

    The ship set sail from the Turkish port of Ceyhan in June with a load of crude oil supplied by a new pipeline from the Kurdish oilfields.

    Trading sources in Texas, New York, London and Geneva have been unable to identify the buyer of the United Kalavrvta’s cargo. The oil could go to any one of the many refineries located along the U.S. Gulf Coast.

    The ship carries approximately 1 million barrels of crude, which would fetch more than $100 million at international prices.

    Sale of Kurdish crude oil to a U.S. refinery would infuriate Baghdad, which sees such deals as smuggling, raising questions about Washington’s commitment to preventing oil sales from the autonomous region.

    The U.S. government has expressed fears that independent oil sales from Kurdistan could contribute to the breakup of Iraq as the government in Baghdad struggles to contain the ultra-hardline Islamic State, a group of Sunni Islamist insurgents who have captured vast areas of the country.

    But it also has grown frustrated with Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s handling of the crisis.

    The tanker anchored on Saturday night in an area off the port of Galeveston, Texas, where ships too large to transit the Houston Ship Channel offload oil to smaller tankers for delivery to the U.S. mainland.

    Throughout Saturday and Sunday, the Coast Guard was in communication with the U.S. National Security Council, and departments of State and Homeland Security, said Petty Officer Andy Kendrick.

    To deliver the crude the tanker only had to show it could do so in compliance with Coast Guard regulations, Kendrick said.

    “We didn’t have any extra stuff to impose on them,” he said.

    Crude offloading could begin as soon as the ship arranges a contract with a company that performs lightering, as the process is called, he said. Lightering, depending the size of the cargo, can take several hours and even days.

    Attempts to contact the ship’s owner and the vessel itself were unsuccessful.

    A State Department official, speaking on condition of anonymity on Sunday because of the sensitivity of the issue, said officials were well aware the ship’s location and cargo.

    “This is a private commercial matter,” the official said. “Our policy has not changed. Iraq’s energy resources belong to all of the Iraqi people. As in many cases involving legal disputes, the United States informs the parties of the dispute and recommends they make their own decision with advice of counsel.”

    Washington has pressured companies and governments not to buy crude from the Kurdish Regional Government (KRG), but it has stopped short of banning purchases by U.S. firms.

    The KRG has renewed its push for an independent state amid the latest violence roiling Iraq. Its relationship with Baghdad has deteriorated over what it sees as Maliki’s role in stoking the crisis and the long-running dispute over oil sales.

    Baghdad has threatened to sue anyone that buys Kurdish oil.

    (Additional reporting by David Brunnstrom in Washington, David Sheppard in London, editing by David Evans and Cynthia Osterman)
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/07/27/us-usa-iraq-kurdishoil-idUSKBN0FW0K020140727

  2. : رۆژپڕێس|Rojpress
    29 ته‌مموز 2014 له‌ 16:07

    U.S. judge signs order to seize Kurdish oil from tanker off Texas
    BY TERRY WADE AND SUPRIYA KURANE
    HOUSTON Tue Jul 29, 2014 9:06am EDT
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    (Reuters) – Acting on a request from the central government in Iraq, a U.S. judge has signed an order telling the U.S. Marshals Service to seize a cargo of oil from Iraqi Kurdistan aboard a tanker off the Texas coast, court filings showed on Tuesday.

    The United Kalavrvta tanker, carrying some 1 million barrels of crude worth about $100 million, arrived near Galveston Bay on Saturday but has yet to unload its disputed cargo. The ship, which is too large to enter ports near Houston and dock, was given clearance by the U.S. Coast Guard on Sunday to transfer its cargo offshore to smaller boats that would deliver it to the U.S. mainland.

    But Iraq’s central government, in a court filing on Monday, laid claim to the cargo that it says was sold by the regional government of Kurdistan without permission from Baghdad, which has said such deals amount to smuggling.

    To carry out the order from Magistrate Judge Nancy K. Johnson of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, the Marshals Service may need to rely on companies that provide crude offloading services.

    The judge’s order said the vessel would be allowed free movement after the cargo is unloaded.

    The U.S. State Department has expressed fears that independent oil sales from Kurdistan could contribute to the breakup of Iraq, has said the oil belongs to all Iraqis, and warned potential buyers of legal risks. But it has also made clear it will not intervene in a commercial transaction.

    The filings on Monday did not name the end-buyer of the cargo in the United States. AET Offshore Services, a company in Texas that had been hired to unload the tanker for the buyer, asked in a separate court filing whether Iraq’s claims were valid.

    Piecemeal oil exports have gone from Iraqi Kurdistan to Turkey and Iran by truck in the past, which Baghdad also opposed. But the opening of a new pipeline to Turkey earlier this year, which could supply the Kurds with far greater revenues, has met much fiercer opposition from Baghdad. One cargo of Kurdish crude was delivered in Houston in May to an unidentified buyer, and four other cargoes of Kurdish crude have been delivered this year in Israel.

    The case is Ministry of Oil of the Republic of Iraq v. Ministry of Natural Resources of Kurdistan Regional Governate of Iraq et al, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, No. 3:14-cv-00249.

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/07/29/us-usa-iraq-kurdishoil-idUSKBN0FY0KX20140729

  3. : رۆژپڕێس|Rojpress
    29 ته‌مموز 2014 له‌ 16:07

    UPDATE 2-U.S. to seize Kurdish oil from tanker off Texas
    Tue Jul 29, 2014 8:56am EDT
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    (Adds further details, quote, name of possible buyer)

    By Terry Wade and Julia Payne

    (Reuters) – U.S. authorities are set to seize a cargo of oil from Iraqi Kurdistan anchored off the Texas coast after a judge approved a request from Baghdad, raising the stakes in an oil sales dispute between Iraq’s central government and the autonomous region.

    The tanker United Kalavrvta, carrying some 1 million barrels of Iraqi Kurdish crude oil worth more than $100 million, arrived near Galveston Bay on Saturday, but has yet to unload its disputed cargo.

    The U.S. judge’s approval of the request from Baghdad deals another blow to the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) attempts to establish its own oil sales, which are seen as a crucial step in the autonomous region’s push for independence.

    Baghdad, which is struggling to contain a Sunni Islamist insurgency that has captured swathes of central and northern Iraq, sees such oil sales as smuggling.

    It has cut the KRG’s budget since the start of the year over the oil sales dispute. Washington has opposed the KRG’s oil sales, fearing they could contribute to a break-up of Iraq, but has stopped short of banning U.S. companies from buying the oil.

    The judge’s order was issued to the U.S. Marshals Service, an enforcement agency within the U.S. Department of Justice.

    “Although the U.S. government did not act to stop the tanker, Baghdad has been able to make use of the U.S. courts,” said Richard Mallinson at UK-based consultancy Energy Aspects.

    “The question is now whether the KRG has anything left up its sleeve to either overcome this legal obstacle or to find buyers elsewhere in the world. The prospects for the Kurds putting oil exports on a sustainable footing without Baghdad’s approval are looking increasingly dim.”

    A spokesman for the KRG’s Ministry of Natural Resources did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

    CNBC News said documents showed the buyer of the oil was a British Virgin Isles-registered company called Talmay Trading, which has previously traded Russian crude. Reuters was not immediately able to confirm the report.

    LEGAL DISPUTE

    The ship, which is too large to enter ports near Houston and dock, was given clearance by the U.S. Coast Guard on Sunday to transfer its cargo offshore to smaller boats that would deliver it to the U.S. mainland.

    But Iraq’s central government, in a court filing on Monday, laid claim to the cargo.

    To carry out the order from Magistrate Judge Nancy K. Johnson of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas, the Marshals Service may need to rely on companies that provide crude offloading services.

    The filings on Monday did not name the end-buyer of the cargo in the United States. AET Offshore Services, a company in Texas that had been hired to unload the tanker for the buyer, asked in a separate court filing whether Iraq’s claims were valid.

    The judge’s order said the vessel would be allowed free movement after the cargo is unloaded.

    The U.S. State Department has said the oil belongs to all Iraqis, and warned potential buyers of legal risks. But it has also made clear it will not intervene in a commercial transaction.

    Piecemeal oil exports have gone from Iraqi Kurdistan to Turkey and Iran by truck in the past, which Baghdad also opposed. But the opening of a new pipeline to Turkey earlier this year, which could supply the Kurds with far greater revenues, has met much fiercer opposition from Baghdad.

    At least one cargo of Kurdish crude was delivered to the United States in May to an unidentified buyer, and four other cargoes of Kurdish crude have been delivered this year in Israel.

    One Kurdish tanker of crude pipelined to Ceyhan, the United Leadership, has been stuck off the coast of Morocco for more than a month.

    Another, the United Emblem, has sailed to Asia, and is anchored about 15 miles (24 km) off the coast of Malaysia according to Reuters AIS Live tanker tracking after passing through the Singapore Strait, a key oil trading hub.

    The case is Ministry of Oil of the Republic of Iraq v. Ministry of Natural Resources of Kurdistan Regional Governate of Iraq et al, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, No. 3:14-cv-00249. (Reporting by Terry Wade in Houston and Julia Payne in London; Additional reporting by David Sheppard in London and Supriya Kurane in Bangalore; Editing by Mark Potter and Dale Hudson)
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/07/29/usa-iraq-kurdishoil-idUSL2N0Q40CD20140729

  4. : رۆژپڕێس|Rojpress
    29 ته‌مموز 2014 له‌ 16:09

    وشە هۆكاری دەستبەسەر داگرتنی كەشتیە نەوتیه‌كەی هەرێم ئاشكرا دەكات
    چاپکردن
    ئیمەیڵ
    سێ شەممە, تەمموز 29 2014 سەردانەكان: 634
    وشە/ هەولێر
    دوای ئەوەی ویلایەتە یەكگرتووەكانی ئەمریكا دەستی بەسەر گەشتیە نەوتیەكەی هەرێم داگرت لە نزیك بەندەری گالفستنی ویلایەتی تەكساس كە بڕی یەك ملیۆن بەرمیل نەوتی هەڵگرتبوو، ئاژانسێكی هەواڵی ئەمریكی ئاشكرای كرد كە لەسەر داوای حكومەتی عیراقی نانسی جۆنسن دادوەری بەدواداچوونی دادگای تەكساس بڕیارێكی بۆ ئەفسەرانی ئەمریكا دەركرد بۆ دەستبەسەراگرتنی كەشتیە نەوتییەكەی هەرێم.

    ئاژانسی بلومبێرگی ئەمریكی ئاماژەی بەوە كردووە حكوومەتی عیراقی رۆژی دووشەممە لە دادگای فیدڕاڵی لە هۆستن داوایەكی دژی وەزارەتی سامانە سروشتییەكانی حكومەتی هەرێم پڕكردوەتەوە و لە داواكەیدا نووسیویەتی ‌ ” بەرپرسانی كورد نزیكەی یەك ملیۆن بەرمیل نەوتیان لە باكووری عیراق دزیوە و لەڕێگەی بۆرییەكانی توركیاوە هەناردەیان كردووە كە ئەو نەوتە بەنایاسایی لە بیرە نەوتەكانی كوردستان دەرهێنراوە”.
    بلومبێرگ هەروەها دەڵێت:” نانسی جۆنسن دادوەری بەدواداچوونی دادگای تەكساس بڕیارێكی بۆ ئەفسەرانی ئەمریكا دەركرد، بڕیارەكە كۆدی (3:14-249) لەسەرەو لەلایەن وەزارەتی نەوتی عیراقەوە دژی وەزارەتی سامانە سرووشتیەكانی حكومەتی هەرێم و چەند لایەنێكی تر پڕكراوەتەوە، كە ئاماژەی بە لایەنەكانی دیكە نەكردووە”.

    http://wishe.net/index.php/topnews/1498-2014-07-29-10-28-45

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    رووداو- ئاژانسەكان

    بەپێی هەواڵی ئاژانسە ئەمریكییەكان، حكومەتی عێراقی دادوەرێكی ویلایەتی تێكساسی رازیكردووە بۆ ئەوەی بڕیاری دەسبەسەرداگرتنی ئەو ملیۆن بەرمیل نەوتەی هەرێمی كوردستان، كە گەیشتووەتە بەندەری گالڤستۆن، بدات.

    حكومەتی عێراق لە داوایەكدا، كە ئاراستەی دادگای هیوستنی ویلایەتی تێكساسی كردووە، بە دادوەری ئەو دادگایەیان گوتووە، كە یەك ملیۆن بەرمیل نەوتی عێراق لە رێگەی بۆرییەكی توركییەوە بە خراپی بەكارهێنراوە.

    ئاژانسەكان بڵاویانكردووەتەوە، چەند كاژێرێك دوای پێشكەشكردنی ئەو داوایە، دادوەر نانسی جۆنسن، دادوەری گالڤستۆن بڕیارێكی دەركردووە بۆ ئەوەی دەستبەسەر نەوتی ئەو كەشتیەدا بگیرێت تا ئەو كاتەی ئەو كێشەیە چارەسەر دەكرێت.

    ئەو بڕیارەی دادگا تەنیا مۆڵەت دەدات بە پۆلیسی پاراستنی بەندەری گالڤستۆن، كە نەوتەكە بە كەشتی بچووكتر بگوازێتەوە بۆ كۆگاكانی هەڵگرتنی نەوت و وەزارەتی نەوتی عێراقیش پارەی گواستنەوە لە ئەستۆ دەگرێت.

    پێشتریش ماری مەككارتی، پەیامنێری رووداو لە تێكساس لەبارەی كەشتییەكە رایگەیاند، هێزەكانی پاراستنی كەناراوەكانی ویلایەتە یەكگرتووەكانی ئەمریكا دەڵێن دەبێ كەشتییەكە بپشكندرێت و رەنگە نەوتی ناو كەشتییەكەش بگوازرێتەوە بۆ ناو كەشتیی بچووكتر. ئینجا دەگەیەندرێتە كۆمپانیا ئەمریكییەكان.

    ئەمە لەكاتێكدایە كە حكومەتی عێراق لەسەر هەناردەكردنی نەوتی هەرێمی كوردستان، سكاڵایەكی ئاراستەی دادگای فیدراڵی عێراق كردبوو، بەڵام دادگای فیدراڵی هەناردەكردنی نەوتی هەرێمی كوردستانی بەیاسایی لەقەڵەم دا.

    كەشتی نەوتی یونایتد كالاڤرڤتا، 23ـی مانگی حوزەیران بەندەری جەیهانی تورکی بە جێهێشت و بڕی 1 ملیۆن و 32 هەزار و 212 بەرمیل نەوتی پێیە و چەندین جار ئاراستەی گۆڕیوە، تا ئەوەی لە كۆتاییدا بەرەوە ئاوەكانی باشووری ئەمریكا بەڕێكەوت و رۆژی یەكشەممەی رابردوو گەیشتە بەندەری گالڤستۆن.
    http://rudaw.net/sorani/business/29072014

  5. : رۆژپڕێس|Rojpress
    29 ته‌مموز 2014 له‌ 16:09

    U.S. faces dilemma over Kurdish oil tanker off coast of Galveston
    Author: Joel Eisenbaum, Investigative Reporter, Anchor, jeisenbaum@kprc.com
    Published On: Jul 28 2014 06:46:38 PM CDT
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    HOUSTON –
    A massive oil tanker parked roughly 60 miles off the coast of Galveston has the potential to ignite an international incident, if the oil on board is offloaded in the U.S., a Rice University professor said Monday.

    “If the oil doesn’t come in, then that’s something like a 3 on the scale. If the oil does come in, that’s more like a 7,” Richard Stoll, a political science professor at Rice University said.

    The issue is that the approximately $100 million worth of crude oil sitting on board the United Kalavrvta is Kurdish.

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    The U.S. has maintained a policy to deal only directly with the Iraq’s central government, closing a deal with a Kurds, could be construed as undermining an ally, even an unreliable ally.

    “I guess I could imagine a situation where someone says ‘We’ll take it to Galveston, I’m sure we can find a buyer.’ But it seems more likely that someone has bought that oil and isn’t stepping up about who they are,” Stoll said.

    Monday night, it remained unclear who purchased the Kurdish oil, or whether the oil would be cleared to be delivered to the shore.

    “This is a very large and consequently, very deep draft vessel,” United States Coast Guard Capt. Brian Penoyer said.

    Penoyer said the oil would have to be offloaded to other ships because the United Kalavrvta is too large for the Houston Ship Channel.

    The Coast Guard cleared the ship for offloading Sunday night without incident, but the process of unloading the 1 million barrels of crude had not started Monday afternoon.

    Another U.S. agency, could be inquiring about the shipment and perhaps delaying the offload, Penoyer said.

    http://www.click2houston.com/news/us-faces-dilemma-over-kurdish-oil-tanker-off-coast-of-galveston/27195432

  6. : رۆژپڕێس|Rojpress
    29 ته‌مموز 2014 له‌ 16:10

    ئه‌مریکا بڕیاری ده‌ستبه‌سه‌راگرتنی که‌شتییه‌ نه‌وتییه‌که‌ی هه‌رێمی ده‌رکرد (نوێکراوەتەوە)
    AM:11:25:29/07/2014

    خه‌ندان- هه‌ڵوێست ئه‌نوه‌ر

    له‌سه‌ر داوایه‌کی حکومه‌تی عیراقی که‌ له‌ دادگایه‌کی فیدڕاڵی له‌ هۆستن دژی وه‌زاره‌تی سامانه‌ سروشتییه‌کانی حکومه‌تی هه‌رێم پرکرابووه‌وه‌ دادگای ئه‌مریکا بڕیاری ده‌ستبه‌سه‌راگرتنی که‌شتییه‌ نه‌وتییه‌که‌ی هه‌رێمی کوردستانی ده‌رکرد تا یه‌کلایی بوونه‌وه‌ی که‌یسه‌که‌.

    ئاژانسی بلومبێرگی ئه‌مریکی بڵاویکردووه‌ته‌وه‌ حکومه‌تی عیراقی دووشه‌ممه‌ له‌ دادگای فیدڕاڵی له‌ هۆستن داوایه‌کی دژی وه‌زاره‌تی سامانه‌ سروشتییه‌کانی حکومه‌تی هه‌رێم پڕکردوه‌ته‌وه‌ له‌ داواکه‌یدا ئه‌وه‌ی خستووه‌ته‌ڕوو ‌ “ئه‌و نه‌وته‌ به‌نایاسایی له‌ بیره‌ نه‌وته‌کانی کوردستان ده‌رهێنراوه‌”.

    هه‌روه‌ها له‌ داواکه‌ی دادگای فیدڕاڵیدا ئه‌وه‌یان خستووه‌ته‌ڕوو” به‌رپرسانی کورد نزیکه‌ی یه‌ک ملیۆن به‌رمیل نه‌وتی له‌ باکووری عیراق دزیوه‌ و له‌ڕێگه‌ی بۆرییه‌کانی تورکیاوه‌ هه‌نارده‌یان کردووه‌”.

    له‌سه‌ر ئه‌م داوایه‌ی حکومه‌تی عیراقی نانسی جۆنسن دادوه‌ری به‌دواداچوونی دادگای ته‌کساس بڕیارێکی بۆ ئه‌فسه‌رانی ئه‌مریکا ده‌رکرد بۆ ده‌ستبه‌سه‌راگرتنی که‌شتیه‌ نه‌وتییه‌که‌ی هه‌رێم.

    بڕیاره‌که‌ی دادگای ته‌کساس کۆدی (3:14-249) له‌سه‌ره‌و له‌لایه‌ن وه‌زاره‌تی نه‌وتی عیراقه‌وه‌ دژی وه‌زاره‌تی سامانه‌ سرووشتیه‌کانی حکومه‌تی هه‌رێم و چه‌ند لایه‌نێکی تر پڕکراوه‌ته‌وه‌.

    له‌ماوه‌ی پێشووشدا دادگای فیدڕاڵی عیراق که‌یسێکی به‌ به‌رژه‌وه‌ندی حکومه‌تی هه‌رێم کۆتایپێهێنا و مافی هه‌نارده‌کردنی نه‌وتی هه‌رێمی کوردستانی پشتڕاستکرده‌وه‌.

    به‌پێی بلومبه‌رگ ئه‌گه‌ر هه‌ر پاڵاوگه‌یه‌کی ئه‌مریکی نه‌وتی هه‌رێم بکڕێت ئه‌وا ئاماژه‌یه‌ک ده‌دات به‌ هه‌موو جیهان که‌ ده‌توانن بازرگانی نه‌وت له‌گه‌ڵ هه‌رێمی کوردستاندا بکه‌ن به‌ بێ گه‌ڕانه‌وه‌ بۆ عیراق.

    http://xendan.org/dreja.aspx?=hewal&jmara=4719&Jor=3

  7. : رۆژپڕێس|Rojpress
    30 ته‌مموز 2014 له‌ 00:39

    نەوتەکەی کوردستان فرۆشراوە و ئێراق سکالاکەی دۆڕاندووە

    ئه‌ندامێكی‌ لیژنه‌ی‌ سامانه‌ سروشتییه‌كانی‌ په‌رله‌مانی‌ كوردستان ڕایده‌گه‌یه‌نێت: نه‌وتی‌ ناو ئه‌و كه‌شتییه‌ی‌ كه‌ ئێستا ده‌گوترێت ئه‌مریكا ده‌ستی‌ به‌سه‌ردا گرتوه‌، فرۆشراوه‌ به‌ كۆمپانیا ئه‌مریكیه‌كان، ده‌شڵێت: حكومه‌تی‌ عێراق ئه‌و سكالاَیه‌ ده‌دۆڕێنێت كه‌ له‌سه‌ر هه‌رێم له‌ ئه‌مریكا تۆماری‌ كردوه‌.

    دڵشاد شه‌عبان، جێگری‌ سه‌رۆكی‌ لیژنه‌ی‌ سامانه‌ سروشتییه‌كانی‌ په‌رله‌مانی‌ كوردستان، له‌ لێدوانێكدا بۆ وتی‌: دادگای فیدڕاڵی عێراقی بڕیاری داوه‌، كه‌ پڕۆسه‌ی‌ فرۆشتنی نه‌وتی هه‌رێمی كوردستان، پڕۆسه‌یه‌كی یاساییه‌ و هیچ كێشه‌یه‌كی یاسایی تیادا نیه‌.

    وتیشی: به‌دڵنیایه‌وه‌، له‌و سكاڵایه‌ی‌ حكومه‌تی عێراق له‌سه‌ر هه‌رێمی كوردستان تۆماری كردووه‌، حكومه‌تی هه‌رێم ئه‌یباته‌وه‌.

    ئاماژه‌ی‌ به‌وه‌شدا: ئه‌گه‌ر نه‌وته‌كه‌ نه‌فرۆشرابێت، ئه‌م كه‌شتیه‌ ئه‌م ماوه‌ دوور و درێژه‌ی‌ به‌ڕێ نه‌ده‌كرد.

    دڵشاد شه‌عبان ئاشكراشیكرد: ئه‌م نه‌وته‌ و ئه‌وانه‌ی‌ پێشووش، گرێ به‌ستی پێشوه‌خته‌ی‌ بۆ كراوه‌، چونكه‌ هه‌میشه‌ له‌ كڕین و فڕۆشتندا گرێبه‌ستی پێشوه‌خت واژۆ ده‌كرێت، چۆن ئه‌توانرێت ماسی له‌ ئاودا بكڕدرێت، به‌تایبه‌ت ئه‌گه‌ر كاڵاكه‌ نه‌وت بێت.
    نەوا

  8. : رۆژپڕێس|Rojpress
    30 ته‌مموز 2014 له‌ 00:59

    QUESTION: Can I have one —

    MS. PSAKI: Let’s go to – can we go to Scott, and then we’ll go back – go ahead, Scott.

    QUESTION: The Kurdish oil tanker?

    MS. PSAKI: Yes.

    QUESTION: You were right yesterday. I was incorrect.

    MS. PSAKI: That may be Lesley’s question, too. Okay.

    QUESTION: (Inaudible.)

    QUESTION: So thank you for setting us straight yesterday.

    MS. PSAKI: Sure.

    QUESTION: What you said was what was happening, it’s still there. Now that a judge has ruled that that oil should be seized, what happens now and whose responsibility is it in terms of the U.S. Government?

    MS. PSAKI: So the Government of Iraq, we understand, has filed suit – they filed suit yesterday in a Texas court against the cargo onboard the tanker. It remains anchored outside of U.S. jurisdiction off the coast of Texas. So the current – because of the current location, the government – the preliminary measure is – the measure that was done to seize the cargo was done in case the cargo enters into U.S. jurisdiction. It has not yet entered into U.S. jurisdiction, and once – our understanding is that if the oil enters into U.S. jurisdiction, the court order against the cargo could be enforced. But at this point in time, it remains – the cargo remains on the ship, which is outside of jurisdiction.

    QUESTION: Have you been in communication with the people running this ship about their intentions and what you would like to see them do?

    MS. PSAKI: Well, I think our policy remains the same. There’s obviously a legal case here, and given that, we certainly recommend that the parties make their own decisions with advice from their counsels. There’s a legal case. Our policy position remains the same, which is that we believe that oil should be transferred through the central government of Iraq. But again, this is a case where because it’s not in our jurisdiction, there’s little we can do at this point in time.

    QUESTION: But apart from the legal case, if that was not there, would you have a problem with this oil being offloaded, being sold?

    MS. PSAKI: Well, I think —

    QUESTION: I mean, is there some kind of a legal restriction apart from this current case? Is there – does the U.S. policy include some – a ban on Kurdish oil coming into the U.S. unless it comes through —

    MS. PSAKI: I’m – I’d have to check, Matt, but our policy position you’re very familiar with.

    QUESTION: Right. But I mean, but it’s not prohibited by the U.S., is it?

    MS. PSAKI: Well, but it’s U.S. policy that we’d oppose the selling of outside of the central government of Iraq.

    QUESTION: Well, but you can oppose a lot of things that are not illegal, right?

    MS. PSAKI: I’m sure we can, but it doesn’t mean that we’d participate in it or support it.

    QUESTION: No, I’m just wondering if the – if policy includes a ban on the transfer or sale of Kurdish oil outside —

    MS. PSAKI: I will check and see if there’s a legal ban. I can just do about one or two more here.

    http://www.state.gov/r/pa/prs/dpb/2014/07/229907.htm

  9. : رۆژپڕێس|Rojpress
    30 ته‌مموز 2014 له‌ 09:18

    U.S. judge says cannot seize Kurdish crude for now
    Tue, Jul 29 18:36 PM EDT
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    By Anna Driver and Kristen Hays

    HOUSTON (Reuters) – A high-stakes dispute over a tanker carrying $100 million in Iraqi Kurdish crude took a surprising turn on Tuesday when a U.S. judge said she lacked jurisdiction given the ship’s distance from the Texas shore and urged that the case be settled in Iraq.

    Federal magistrate Nancy K. Johnson said that because the tanker was some 60 miles (100 km) offshore, and outside territorial waters, an order she issued late on Monday for U.S. Marshals to seize the cargo could not be enforced. She said the dispute between Iraq’s central government and the autonomous region of Kurdistan should be resolved in Iraq.

    Overnight Johnson signed an order directing the marshals to seize the 1 million barrels of crude from the United Kalavrvta tanker anchored in the Gulf of Mexico. Tuesday she scheduled a conference to give the two sides a chance to state their case.

    The ship could simply sail away, though it also could offload its cargo for delivery to another U.S. Gulf of Mexico port outside of Texas, lawyers said.

    Baghdad’s lawyers had laid claim to the oil in a lawsuit filed on Monday, saying Kurdistan sold the crude without permission from the central government.

    The latest dispute over exports reflects Iraqi Kurds’ emboldened steps toward seizing greater political and economic autonomy, with oil sales seen as central to Kurdish dreams of independence that Baghdad opposes.

    While the sides fought the legal battle in Houston, they pressed the political fight in the courtroom of public opinion.

    Iraq warned companies against trying to buy other shipments of Kurdish crude after it won the seizure order, while Kurdish leaders asserted their right to sell the oil but said they would face obstacles.

    “The Ministry of Oil in Baghdad continues to interfere directly and indirectly with KRG oil sales,” said Karwan Zebari, an official with the Kurdistan Regional Government’s representation in Washington.

    SEPARATE CLAIMS

    A lawyer in Houston for the Kurds said the regional government would file its own claim of ownership for the cargo, a sign the legal standoff might continue.

    Meanwhile, a Kurdish government official said export plans would be hurt.

    “We have to acknowledge that the ruling of the U.S. court will definitely have negative consequences on the region’s attempts to market its oil,” he said of the order to seize the cargo. “Buyers now will start to step back and think twice before purchasing Kurdish crude.”

    Washington has publicly opposed direct oil sales by the autonomous region, fearing they could contribute to the break-up of Iraq. It has stopped short of banning U.S. companies from buying the oil while warning them of potential legal risks.

    Officials from the State Department and the U.S. Marshals Service said the judge’s order could only be applied if the ship entered U.S. territory.

    In this case, that would be 12 nautical miles from shore, said Martin Davies, a law professor and the director of Tulane University’s Maritime Law Center in New Orleans.

    If the oil’s owner wants to stay out of U.S. courts, “they just have to order the ship to stay out,” he said.

    While the rulers of Iraq’s northern Kurdish enclave have long aspired to independence, their position has strengthened in recent months as Kurdish Peshmerga troops have outperformed Iraqi soldiers against Islamist militants.

    Kurds have also succeeded in cementing their control of land and oil reserves around the resource-rich city of Kirkuk, while Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, a Shi’ite Arab who has been an adversary of Iraqi Kurds, has fallen out of favor in Washington.

    At least one cargo of Kurdish crude was delivered to the United States in May to an unidentified buyer, and four other cargoes of Kurdish crude have been delivered this year in Israel.

    The case is Ministry of Oil of the Republic of Iraq v. Ministry of Natural Resources of Kurdistan Regional Governate of Iraq et al, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas, No. 3:14-cv-00249.

    (Additional reporting by Lesley Wroughton, Missy Ryan and Tim Gardner in Washington, Isra’ al-Rubei’i and Ahmed Rasheed in Baghdad, Terry Wade in Houston, David Ingram and Patience Haggin in New York,; David Sheppard and Julia Payne in London and Supriya Kurane in Bangalore; Editing by Marguerita Choy and Howard Goller)

    http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN0FY23K20140729?irpc=932

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