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  1. KRG Delegation to Visit Baghdad Next Week Basnews English 04/08/2019 - 13:39 Published in Kurdistan ERBIL — A delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) is set to visit Baghdad for concrete talks with the federal government of Iraq, said KRG representative in Baghdad. Faris Isa told BasNews on Sunday that the delegation is expected to arrive in Baghdad “in the next two days”. He explained that the delegation consists of technical committees who are responsible to discuss the solutions to address the Erbil-Baghdad disputes pertaining to the contested territories, as well as gas and oil issues. Isa noted that the new cabinet of the KRG under the leadership of Prime Minister Masrour Barzani is keen to explore the possibilities with Baghdad to find solutions to the prolonged disputes between the regional and the federal governments. “Delaying a solution to the disputes serves no interests of Erbil and Baghdad. The situation has changed now,” the KRG envoy added. http://www.basnews.com/index.php/en/news/kurdistan/537898
  2. https://www.iraqinews.com/features/iraqi-dinars-project-postponed-5-years-says-central-bank/ Iraqi Dinar revaluation postponed by Central Bank for 5 years says MP Noura al-Bajari by Amre SarhanOct 29, 2014, 11:54 pm55Comments A member of the Parliamentary Economic and Investment Commission, MP Noura al-Bajari. Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) A member of the Parliamentary Economic and Investment Commission, MP Noura al-Bajari, confirmed on Wednesday that the initiative to revalue and delete zeros from the Iraqi Dinar is ready for implementation by the Central Bank although it will be delayed by five years given the political and security situation of Iraq. In an interview with IraqiNews.com al-Bajari said “The policy to delete zeros from the Iraqi currency is ready to be executed by the Central Bank, however, its implementation will be delayed by 5 years on the basis of the extreme security and political situation of the country.” Al-Bajari said that the head of the Central Bank of Iraq had previously said that this policy from parliament was accepted and that the zeros will be deleted from the Iraqi currency in the next 5 years.
  3. 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
  4. 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 Updated4 hours ago
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