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Well they agreed to open airports again....what else did they agree on??? Hopefully Abadi approves so we can move the f on!

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Official: Erbil, Baghdad reached ‘very good’ agreements on pending issues

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Official: Erbil, Baghdad reached ‘very good’ agreements on pending issues
The Kurdistan Region and Iraq flag at the Ibrahim Khalil border crossing in Zakho, Dohuk Province, Kurdistan Region. (Photo: JCC-KRG)
 

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region (Kurdistan 24) – Delegations from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and the Federal Government of Iraq have reached an agreement on several points, and both sides will continue meetings at the technical level, an Iraqi government official said on Monday.

A delegation from the Iraqi government, consisting of 19 officials, arrived in Erbil on Monday to discuss the international flight ban on the Kurdistan Region’s airports, disputes over the control of border crossings, oil exports, and revenue sharing.

Speaking to the media following the meeting, Ali Allaq, the Secretary-General of the Iraqi Council of Ministers, said the Iraqi government and KRG delegations “discussed the stranded issues between them.”

Karim Shingali, the KRG’s Minister of Interior, added that the meeting “was good and successful, and we have reached very good agreements on the outstanding issues.”

Minister of Communications and Transportation Mawlud Bawamurad, who also attended the meeting, told the media that the talks were on the basis of the Iraqi Constitution and both sides “demonstrated the will to resolve the disputes.”

In a joint statement, the Erbil and Baghdad delegations revealed that five separate bilateral meetings were held on the matters of border security, airports, customs and border crossings, dams, and oil.

According to the statement, both sides discussed recommendations for the matters which will be submitted to the Iraqi Council of Ministers for further discussion and final approval.

On Saturday, a Kurdish delegation, led by Shingali, visited Baghdad to initiate talks with the Iraqi government over sanctions imposed on the Kurdistan Region.

Following the historic independence referendum, Baghdad banned international flights to and from both the Erbil and Sulaimani airports and called on the KRG to hand over control of its border crossings.

Editing by Karzan Sulaivany

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ERBIL, Kurdistan Region (Kurdistan 24) – Delegations from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and the Federal Government of Iraq have reached an agreement on several points, and both sides will continue meetings at the technical level, an Iraqi government official said on Monday.

A delegation from the Iraqi government, consisting of 19 officials, arrived in Erbil on Monday to discuss the international flight ban on the Kurdistan Region’s airports, disputes over the control of border crossings, oil exports, and revenue sharing.

Speaking to the media following the meeting, Ali Allaq, the Secretary-General of the Iraqi Council of Ministers, said the Iraqi government and KRG delegations “discussed the stranded issues between them.”

Karim Shingali, the KRG’s Minister of Interior, added that the meeting “was good and successful, and we have reached very good agreements on the outstanding issues.”

Minister of Communications and Transportation Mawlud Bawamurad, who also attended the meeting, told the media that the talks were on the basis of the Iraqi Constitution and both sides “demonstrated the will to resolve the disputes.”

In a joint statement, the Erbil and Baghdad delegations revealed that five separate bilateral meetings were held on the matters of border security, airports, customs and border crossings, dams, and oil.

According to the statement, both sides discussed recommendations for the matters which will be submitted to the Iraqi Council of Ministers for further discussion and final approval.

On Saturday, a Kurdish delegation, led by Shingali, visited Baghdad to initiate talks with the Iraqi government over sanctions imposed on the Kurdistan Region.

Following the historic independence referendum, Baghdad banned international flights to and from both the Erbil and Sulaimani airports and called on the KRG to hand over control of its border crossings.

Editing by Karzan Sulaivany

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ERBIL — Kurdistan Region Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani received on Monday a British delegation headed by Ambassador Jon Wilks who invited Barzani to visit London in the near future.

During the meeting, the sides welcomed the recent talks between Erbil and Baghdad which are expected to resolve the prolonged political tension between the two sides.

According to a statement released by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), the UK envoy reiterated his country’s support for a favourable atmosphere in which Erbil and Baghdad could discuss their differences and find a durable solution

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Baghdad and Erbil sign minutes to resolve outstanding issues

   
 

 
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After five meetings in the security and border aspects of airports \ 
Baghdad / Erbil / Sondos Abdul Wahab  
 explained the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, on Monday that the meeting of the Supreme Committee that the face of Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi formed in Arbil , saw five bilateral meetings held in security and border aspects, airports, customs Border crossings, dams and oil. The meetings, which were dominated by an atmosphere of trust and understanding, ended with the drafting of minutes for each axis. 
According to a statement issued by the secretariat, Al-Sabah said that the Supreme Committee, which directed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, headed by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers for the purpose of conducting a comprehensive review of outstanding issues with the Kurdistan Regional Government, held its second meeting in Erbil on Monday with representatives of the territorial government headed by the Minister of Interior Region Karim Sinjari ».
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Mahdi al-Alaq, according to the statement, «the keenness of the Prime Minister to study the outstanding problems in a constructive manner and under the constants of the Iraqi constitution and federal laws», while Sinjari expressed «hope to find solutions to all issues on the agenda of the meeting» . 
The statement added that "five bilateral meetings were held between specialists in the security and border areas, airports, customs, border crossings, dams and oil." The meetings were dominated by an atmosphere of trust and understanding and ended with drafting minutes for each of the above mentioned axes, In accordance with what is stated in the Diwani Order No. (137) for the year 2017, which formed the Higher Committee with the continuation of the teams that have not completed their tasks with the work and subsequent reports to do so ».
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Al-Alaq: We held five bilateral meetings with Erbil to resolve outstanding issues

   
 

 
 


16/1/2018 12:00 am 

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Secretariat of the Council of Ministers reported that the meeting held by the Higher Committee in Erbil yesterday, which directed Prime Minister Haider Abadi form .. witnessed the holding of five bilateral meetings in the security aspects, borders, airports, customs, border crossings, dams and oil, Ended with the drafting of minutes, while members of the Parliament of the region expressed optimism about the talks of the federal government and the region, and returned a positive step to resolve the outstanding problems between the parties. 
"The Supreme Committee, which directed Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi, headed by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers for the purpose of conducting a comprehensive review of outstanding issues with the Kurdistan Regional Government, held a second meeting in Erbil on Monday with representatives of the territorial government headed by the Minister of Interior Region Karim Sinjari ".
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, Mahdi Alalak, according to the statement, "the keenness of the Prime Minister to study the outstanding problems in a constructive manner and under the constants of the Iraqi constitution and federal laws," while Sinjari expressed "hope to find solutions to all issues on the agenda of the meeting" . 
The statement added that "five bilateral meetings were held between specialists in the fields of security and borders, airports, customs, border crossings, dams and oil." The meetings were dominated by an atmosphere of trust and understanding. (137) for the year 2017, under which the Higher Committee was formed with the continuation of the teams whose tasks were not completed and subsequent reports thereon. "
The delegation of the Federal Government, headed by the Secretary General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Alalak and the membership of 15 officials representing a number of ministries, met upon his arrival, on Monday morning, with Interior Minister Karim Sinjari at the ministry in Erbil for technical talks with the provincial government on border ports and airports and issues Others belong to the Ministry of the Interior. 
The Federal delegation represented the General Intelligence Service, the Border Crossings Authority, the General Authority for Dams and Reserves, the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and the Civil Aviation Authority. 
While the Directorate of Erbil International Airport, earlier in the day, in a brief statement, that "the airports of the Kurdistan region will be opened to flights soon, after a meeting with the federal government, which was agreed upon, and that international flights resume from and to Erbil and Sulaymaniyah airports ".
In the meantime, members of the Parliament of the region expressed optimism about the talks of the federal government and the region, as a positive step to resolve the outstanding problems between the parties. 
MP of the Movement for Change, Piston Faiq, told Al-Sabah: "The visit of the official delegation to Erbil and the meeting with the regional officials from the Ministry of Interior and other official bodies is a good sign and a beginning to solve the outstanding problems between the two parties on a number of controversial issues including border crossings, "He said. 
He pointed out that "the visit by a delegation of Kurdish parties opposed to the Government of the Territory in the past days to Baghdad and meet with the three presidencies paved the way for dialogue between the parties," noting that "the Kurdish people eagerly waiting for the crisis after the deterioration of economic conditions on citizens, Staff of them ". 
In turn, praised the Kurdistan Parliament member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Farhan Jowhar, the desire of the parties to solve the problems and start a new phase of cooperation. 
Jawhar promised in an interview with al-Sabah that the two delegations' talks were "a beginning to resolve the crisis, especially with regard to the international air ban on airports in Arbil, Sulaymaniyah, border crossings and other outstanding issues between the two sides." He expressed hope that "things are going well And that the meetings of the two sides of the officials of the two governments to resolve all problems and obstacles and find solutions according to the Constitution.
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The Secretary of the Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan Region Amang Rahim, on Tuesday, the existence of a common understanding on the mechanisms of oil exports of the region in exchange for financial dues, considering the meeting of the last step towards solving the problems.

 

Rahim said in a statement published on Facebook that "the agendas of the meeting in which he participated were about the mechanisms of oil export from the fields of Kurdistan region in return for the financial dues of the region within the budget as well as the share of the region of fuel," adding that "there is a common understanding on all axes."

 

Rahim said that "the meeting is a good step towards resolving the outstanding problems in the oil file between the two sides and also contribute to solving the problem of financial receivables of the Kurdistan region of federal imports, primarily the issue of salaries of citizens of the Kurdistan region."

 

 

 

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A government source said on Tuesday that a delegation from two ministries of the Kurdistan Regional Government will arrive today in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.

The source told Ashqaf News that a delegation from the ministries of education and health of the Kurdistan Regional Government will arrive today in Baghdad.

The source added that "the Kurdistan delegation will present to officials in Baghdad lists of employees of the two ministries, and it is expected to be resolved the issue of salaries of these ministries after this meeting."

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Alsumaria News / Erbil 
The Secretary of the Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan region Amang Rahim, on Tuesday, the existence of a common understanding on the mechanisms of oil export of the region in exchange for financial dues, considering the meeting of the last step towards solving the problems. 

Rahim said in a statement published on Facebook and briefed Alsumaria News that "the agendas of the meeting in which it was involved on the mechanisms of oil exports from the fields of the Kurdistan region in return for the financial dues of the region within the budget as well as the share of the region of fuel," noting that "there is a common understanding on all Axes ".

 

 


Rahim said that "the meeting is a good step towards resolving the outstanding problems in the oil file between the two sides as it contributes to solving the problem of financial receivables of the Kurdistan region of federal imports, primarily the issue of salaries of citizens of the Kurdistan region." 

The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers revealed on Monday that the meeting held by the Higher Committee, which directed Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to form in Erbil, witnessed the holding of five bilateral meetings in the security aspects, borders, airports, customs, border crossings, dams and oil.

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Kurdish official: There is an understanding on the export of oil between Baghdad and Erbil
 

 

 
 

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Secretary of the Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan Region Amang Rahim, there is a common understanding on the mechanisms of oil exports from the region in exchange for financial dues.

Rahim explained that there is a common understanding on all the axes raised at the meeting between Baghdad and Erbil, considering it a good step towards resolving the outstanding problems in the oil file between the two sides.

Rahim said that the meeting will contribute to solving the problem of financial receivables of the Kurdistan region of federal imports, primarily the issue of salaries of citizens of the Kurdistan region.

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2018/16 (00:01 PM)   -   Number of readings: 212   -   Number (4112)
 
 
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In a visit is the first after a referendum in the Kurdistan region, a government delegation from Baghdad, headed by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Alalak to Erbil, to discuss the outstanding issues between the center and the region, including border ports, airports and oil.

The delegation of the Iraqi government consisted of the head of the advisers Abdul Karim al-Faisal, the head of the aviation authority and the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Transport Abbas Omran Musa, the Director of Air Transport in the Aviation Authority Ali Hussein al-Sharafi, the Director of Airports in the Aviation Authority,

The Kurdistan Regional Government delegation, which participated in these meetings, included the Minister of Transport and Communications in the Kurdistan Regional Government Mouloud Muhieddin, the Director General of Sulaymaniyah Airport Taher Abdullah Kader, the Director General of Erbil Airport, Talar Faeq Saleh, . 
A Kurdish delegation headed by the Minister of the Interior of the Kurdistan region, who met with the Federal Minister of the Interior and a number of officials, visited the capital Baghdad during which he held meetings described as "fruitful". 
It seems that the current crisis between Baghdad and Erbil for more than three months, is on the way to a breakthrough and reach common understandings on issues of disagreement between the two sides.
Baghdad imposed measures described by the Kurds as "punitive", in response to the departure of the province towards the referendum in September, despite the rejection of the government of Abadi and regional and international opposition. And escalated controversy and complexity in the crisis between the center and the region after the redeployment of federal forces in the disputed areas and impose a ban on international flights on airports in the region and demand the extradition of border crossings to the federal authority. 
The delegation, headed by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers, held five technical meetings with officials in response to the issues that stand at the heart of the crisis. The discussions covered all the points of responsibility and responsibility of the Federal Aviation Authority.
The Secretariat General of the Council of Ministers said in a statement received on Monday that "the Supreme Committee, which directed Prime Minister Haider al-Abbadi, headed by the Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers for the purpose of conducting a comprehensive review of outstanding issues with the Kurdistan Regional Government, the second meeting in Erbil on Monday Corresponding to 2018/1/15 with representatives of the territorial government headed by the Minister of Interior Karim Sinjari. 
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Mahdi Al-Alaq, during the meeting, "Abadi keen to study the outstanding problems in a constructive manner under the constants of the Iraqi constitution and federal laws." 
The five meetings, according to the Kurdish media, followed by the (range), agreed on a number of points that included the following: 
1. Arbil and Sulaymaniyah airports are subject to the Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority Act No. 148 of 1974 amended and all regulations and regulations issued by the Aviation Authority.
2. Approving approvals issued by the Aviation Authority for the landing of planes to Arbil and Sulaymaniyah airports and not allowing any aircraft to land and take off without obtaining the approval of the Aviation Authority. 
3. Representatives of the Air Transport, Aviation Safety and Safety Section of the Aeronautical Authority at Erbil and Sulaymaniyah Airports have been present permanently as a requirement of ICAO. 
4. The Administration of Erbil and Sulaymaniyah Airport shall apply the Payroll System at Civil Airports No. 5 of 2008 and provide the Aviation Authority with an account of landing fees and passenger tax per month. 
5. Holding periodic meetings chaired by the Aviation Authority for all airport managers per month for the purpose of communication and problem solving. 
6. Appointing a coordinator for Arbil and Sulaymaniyah Airports to facilitate communication with the aviation authority and permanent presence in the Authority.
Until recently, Abadi had to resume dialogue with the Kurdistan government, cancel the results of the referendum, surrender to the constitution and recognize the sovereignty of Iraqi territory. As revealed by government and political parties in more than a position on international pressure exerted on the Prime Minister for the purpose of returning with the Kurds to the dialogue table. 
The crisis, which escalated with the decision of the referendum and the actions taken by Baghdad as a result, has been unable to a lot of political mediations at the internal level, regional and international to end the rupture of dialogues between the two sides. The European Union has recently made a reservation to a Kurdish request on Ankara's intervention to mediate in resolving the differences between Baghdad and Erbil.

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Tuesday 16 January 2018 11:02 AM 
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BAGHDAD / An official source from the Kurdistan region said on Tuesday that a delegation consisting of five people from Kurdistan will travel to Baghdad on Wednesday and meet with a delegation from the federal government on auditing the salaries of officials of the ministries of education and health in the region.

 

The source told "Iraq News" that "the Kurdish delegation consists of the general managers of planning in the ministries of education and health of the Kurdistan Regional Government and three advisers in the field of finance ministries of health and education."

 

The meeting of Wednesday, will be attended by the Committee of the Financial Control Bureau of the federal government, which worked as a core committee on the salaries of the ministries of health and education.

 

The results of the committee's work are expected to be approved on Wednesday and sent to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to issue a final decision on sending the salaries of officials of the ministries of education and health, Jav said. End 3

 
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Baghdad / ... The President of the Republic Fuad Masum and his three deputies, on Tuesday, the recent agreements between the federal government in Baghdad and the Kurdistan region, while sending a letter to the parties.

 

"The presidency has taken many initiatives to find solutions to the differences between the governments of Erbil and Baghdad," said Masoum in a press conference, in the presence of his deputies, Nuri al-Maliki and Iyad Allawi and Osama Najafi, noting that he "welcomes the recent agreements between the parties."

 

The President stressed that "the dialogue between Erbil and Baghdad in accordance with the Constitution so that the parties can resolve all differences correctly."

 

The Kurdish media revealed on Monday the terms of the agreement between Baghdad and Erbil in preparation for lifting the air embargo on airports in the Kurdistan region.

 

The media reported in urgent news that "the meeting held between the delegation of the Federal Ministry of Interior with the Ministry of Interior of the Kurdistan region has seen an agreement on several items in preparation for lifting the ban on airports in the region," indicating that "the government of the region agreed to the commitment of airports Erbil and Sulaymaniyah decisions and laws of the Aviation Authority Iraq, and the application of the decision to obtain the approval of the central government landing and take off any aircraft from the two airports. "

 

"It has been agreed that representatives of the Iraqi Ministry of Transport will be permanently present at the two airports, as well as the implementation of their administration of the civil aviation system at No. 5 of 2008 and provide the aviation authority with an account of landing fees and passenger tax."

 

"The two sides agreed to hold regular meetings under the authority of the aviation authority for all airport managers on a monthly basis for the purpose of communication and problem solving, and the appointment of a coordinator on Erbil and Sulaymaniyah airports to facilitate communication with the aviation authority and permanent presence in power." Finished 2

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Baghdad government directs the disbursement of salaries of employees in federal departments in Kurdistan

 

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Minister of Interior Qassim al-Araji said on Tuesday that the salaries of employees in federal departments in the Kurdistan region have been instructed, pointing out that there are signs of hope to solve all problems and differences between the region and the center 

A statement by the Information Office of the Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Aram Sheikh Mohammed received / Mawazin News, "The latter met with Interior Minister Qassim Araji, the headquarters of the Ministry to discuss the latest developments in the security situation and recent developments on the scene and the need to intensify the intelligence and field effort to reduce the terrorist operations that affected the lives of innocent people recently "He said.

"The role of the Ministry of Interior in combating terrorism and the implementation of security plans to protect citizens in most of Iraq's provinces, and security in the district of Tuzhurmato and sent messages of reassurance for the return of normal life back to the region and the return of the people to their homes."

He stressed, "to intensify efforts and accelerate the reopening of airports Erbil and Sulaymaniyah because the continued closure of these airports have weighed directly on the shoulders of citizens in the Kurdistan region and adversely affected the economic side."

  For his part, Araji said that "the work is continuing and intensified by all the security services and departments of the ministry to achieve stability and security in all regions of Iraq and the pursuit of terrorist gangs and sleeper cells."

On the other hand, he pointed out that "the talks and negotiations between the federal government and the Kurdistan region on the file of airports and border crossings and seek to resolve problems through technical committees competent," adding that "was directed and guidance for the disbursement of salaries of employees in federal departments in the Kurdistan region, Signs of hope to resolve all problems and differences between the region and the center. " Ending 29 / p

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The Turkish newspaper "Yeni Shafak" revealed on Tuesday a project to divide Iraq, Iran, Syria and Turkey "once", noting that one of the stages of that project was the referendum referendum in the Kurdistan region.

"The danger of the area east of the Euphrates River is growing as a major threat, and we may face the major threat after the completion of the Afrin and Manbaj operations," the newspaper said in an editorial. "What is happening in the east of the Euphrates is a growing threat to Turkey and Syria Iraq and Iran, not Turkey alone. "

The newspaper added, "They are planning to divide four countries once through a single project," noting that "the referendum, which commissioned Massoud Barzani set up was one of the stages of this project," saying that "all those who deliberately defended this referendum was part of that scheme, But failed because of the common position between Ankara, Tehran and Baghdad. "

The newspaper called on "to adopt a similar position to confront the threat of the east of the Euphrates, but that Syria must also join the rapprochement, as that threat targets the four countries together," noting that "as long as the threat is one, the defense must be shared."

"Turkey, Russia, Iran, Syria and Iraq must demonstrate the strongest reaction in the face of an attempt to map the region. Which is a military presence created specifically for the interests of US - Israel, but promoted through the Kurdish identity, "stressing the need to" launch a common struggle to confront the common threat. Ending / 25

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14:23 16.01.2018(Updated 14:31 16.01.2018)

A technical delegation from the Iraqi Federal Government, with the Kurdistan region, has been looking for nine important files to resolve the crisis between the parties since late September last year to resolve them and reach satisfactory solutions.

In a statement to the Sputnik reporter in Iraq, the Iraqi Kurdistan MP Ahmad Hama revealed Tuesday that the Federal Technical Delegation with the Kurdistan Region had written a report.

The delegation, which is visiting the Kurdistan region since Monday, includes directors general of the ministries of finance, oil and interior, and financial control from the federal government, and discussed nine files, most notably on oil, border crossings and airports, salaries and budget and federal revenues and taxes. Hama stressed that the researchers reached a written record in the files, and thus be the beginning of reaching a solution to resolve the differences between the federal and the Kurdistan region, saying: "There is a breakthrough in the case between the parties."

 

Hama pointed out that a delegation from the Kurdistan region visited the Iraqi capital, earlier, from the Ministry of Interior, and another delegation headed by the Minister of Planning and Industry in the region discussed in Baghdad on a range of problems belonging to companies operating in the region.

At the end of his speech, a member of parliament, the Kurdistan Alliance, that a delegation of Kurdish parties in the region, it is hoped to visit Baghdad soon, after a previous visit to about two weeks ago, to discuss the elections and alliances in the future.

It is worth mentioning that the crisis between Baghdad and the Kurdistan region since the last referendum referendum on the separation of 25 September last year, which angered Baghdad and push for military action in the restoration of areas of constitutional dispute between the two sides in the north of the country.

The crisis includes several problems on top of which the administration of the so-called "disputed" areas in accordance with article 140 of the Constitution, most notably Kirkuk, which is considered the richest oil city of Iraq, in addition to the management of border crossings and the benefits of Peshmerga forces and employees in the region and its share of the federal budget.

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