(MENAFN) Iraq's Kurds said they are ready to make fresh deal with the central government in Baghdad.
The agreement includes boosting oil exports if it guarantees to the Kurds a monthly revenue of USD1 billion.
The deal is brought back after The Iraqi central government has stopped oil exports through a Kurdish pipeline in March.
The stoppage was made to force the local authorities in Erbil to renew talks about an oil revenue-sharing agreement.
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