April 2 (Reuters) - Iraq's federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) have reached an initial agreement to restart northern oil exports this week, a KRG spokesman said on Sunday.
"Following several meetings between the KRG and federal government, an initial agreement has been reached to resume oil exports through Ceyhan this week," Lawk Ghafuri, head of foreign media affairs for the KRG wrote in a Twitter post.
"This agreement will remain in effect until the oil and gas law bill is approved by Iraqi Parliament," Ghafuri said.
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