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A "final round" of talks between Baghdad and Erbil on the budget Tuesday 16th February 2021 105 Baghdad: Morning The negotiating delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government, headed by Qubad Talabani, deputy head of the regional government, resumed its meetings in Baghdad on the budget, with weights to approve it at the end of this week, so that these discussions would be a "last round", to agree on the region's allocations and the management of the oil file. First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Hassan Karim Al-Kaabi warned against compromising or reducing the allocations of the social welfare network in light of the outbreak of the Corona pandemic and the economic crisis that Iraq is going through, and he said in a statement: “The decision to increase the exchange rate of the dollar has contributed significantly to reducing the amount of salaries in general and making The value of the dinar is very weak, and the burden of the poor and middle classes is exhausted. Al-Kaabi was surprised by the deletion of the article agreed upon in the draft budget, in the presence of the Minister of Labor, related to increasing social welfare allocations.
Barzani to Baghdad to sign the agreement that Qubad Talabani's delegation concluded with Al-Ittihadiya Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi and the President of the region, Masrour Barzani money and business Economy News - Baghdad The President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, intends to visit the capital, Baghdad, to sign the agreement that was concluded by the Vice President of the Kurdistan Government, Qubad Talabani, with the federal government on the outstanding issues between Baghdad and the region. The official of the Kurdistan Regional Government’s representation in Baghdad, Faris Issa, said in a statement reported by the Nass website and followed by “Economy News”, “A political delegation headed by Nechirvan Barzani, head of the Kurdistan Region, was scheduled to visit Baghdad before the end of this year, but the date of the visit is It may be postponed until the beginning of the new year. " Issa stressed: "The delegation accompanying the region’s president will be a political delegation from the political spectrum in Kurdistan." He added, "The aim of the visit is to support the agreement reached by the delegation of the region during the past few days with the federal government to solve the outstanding problems between Baghdad and Erbil and to overcome obstacles." The Kurdistan region of Iraq has been suffering from a stifling economic crisis since 2016 due to declining oil prices and the war on "ISIS". The region's employees have not received their salaries for months due to differences between the federal government and the regional government. Number of observations 11 Date added 12/29/2020