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Financial Kurdistan announce the arrival of the amount of 490 billion dinars to the region
Monday, March 23 / March 2015 17:43


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Ministry of Finance announced in the Kurdistan region on Monday, the arrival of the amount of 490 billion dinars to the treasury ministry of Baghdad.
According to media website of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan spokesman for the Ministry of Finance in the province of Kurdistan Ahmed Abdul Rahman as saying that "the amount of 490 billion dinars arrived today, to Arbil as part of the share of the Kurdistan region of the financial budget."
He said, "We hope that the ministry proceed regardless employees' salaries in the Kurdistan region of Shahralaol of the year on Tuesday, the distribution of employees of the Ministry of the Interior salaries and national security in the Kurdistan region, and continue paying salaries to other ministries, according to payroll for the month of the first of this year." ended

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Today .. Kurdistan distributed January salaries to the staff of the region

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Arbil / JD / .. Ministry of Finance announced in the Kurdistan Region for the distribution of January salaries to the staff of the region on Tuesday, after the arrival of the amount of 490 billion dinars to the treasury ministry of Baghdad. 
A spokesman for the Ministry of Finance in the province of Kurdistan Ahmed Abdul Rahman in the deployment of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan site permit, seen by Agency / BD /: that the $ 490 billion dinars, arrived yesterday to Arbil as part of the Kurdistan Region's share of the financial budget.
He added: It is hoped that the ministry proceed regardless salaries of employees in the province of Kurdistan to 1 month of the year on Tuesday, the distribution of employees of the Ministry of the Interior salaries and national security in the province of Kurdistan, and continue paying salaries to other ministries, according to payroll for the month 1 of the current year. / End / 22 / 

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Baghdad sent 420 billion dinars, down again from the Kurdistan region salaries 

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(Independent) ... A source in the Kurdistan Alliance, on Tuesday, sending the federal government the amount of 420 billion dinars middle of the end of this week to Kurdistan down again to distract the provincial employees' salaries.

The source told (Independent) "," The negotiations are still ongoing between the Kurds and the government of the Federal Minister of the Kurdistan Regional overdue salaries exchange for months, "noting that" the Kurdistan region is committed to the oil agreement between the Governments of the site recently in Baghdad and Erbil. "

"The export of oil from the Kurdistan region of Iraq is on the rise until it reaches the specified amounts in the budget," adding that "the implementation of this agreement and activation in the interest of the two governments."

The source pointed out that "the ongoing negotiations now resulted in the federal government's approval to send 420 billion dinars a second installment of the provincial employees' salaries," stressing that "in spite of sending this amount, but it is not sufficient for the payment of salaries, estimated B820 billion dinars per month."

It is noteworthy that the Minister of Finance announced in (11/20/2014), on the transfer of $ 500 million for the Kurdistan Regional Government, which is the first installment in the agreement signed between Baghdad and Erbil.(End) / P /

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"middle of the end of this week"  huh? lol

Yep that what it says!! :lol: GM DV...from the last article dated with today date..it states they haven't yet dispersed the payroll till middle of the end of the week...lets hope for sooner the soon...

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Kurdistan confirms send the second batch of the county employees' salaries by 420 billion dinars
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 Erbil - Iraq Press - March 24 / March: said a source familiar with the Kurdistan Alliance, on Tuesday, sending the federal government's second installment of the staff of the provincial salaries amounting to 420 billion dinars, the middle of this week to Kurdistan, adding that "the export of oil from Kurdistan is on the rise and implementation of the agreement and activation in the interest of both sides. " 

 The source added that "the Kurdistan region is committed to the agreement the oil site recently between the governments in Baghdad and Erbil, and negotiations are still ongoing between the ministers of the Kurds and the federal government on the Kurdistan region overdue salaries exchange for months," pointing out that "The negotiations resulted in the federal government's approval to send 420 billion dinars down seconds of the provincial employees' salaries with that he "is not sufficient to paydays estimated B820 billion dinars per month." Admiral ended 

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Erbil receive $ 400 million in dues to Baghdad
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Said a spokesman for the Ministry of Finance in the government of the northern region of Iraq, Ahmed Abdel Rahman, the central government in Baghdad, the government handed over the region of $ 400 million from the budget dues.
 
 
Said Abdul Rahman, said that the payment by the central government, comes in the framework agreement between Baghdad and Erbil, in the December 2, 2014, and that the central government has already handed over the Government of Irbil, $ 500 million from the budget dues.
 
 
He pointed out that the northern region of Iraq, which suffers from a financial crisis, will benefit from the $ 400 million, to pay part of the salaries of staff, and the peshmerga forces and the police.

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Finance Minister: Baghdad has sent $ 455 million to Kurdistan

Date: 04/02/2015 22:59

 

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Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, on Thursday, the federal government has sent $ 455 million to the Kurdistan region under an agreement signed between the two sides. 
Zebari said in a press statement followed the agency / information /, that "the share of the Kurdistan region of the financial budget of 17% ", describing what was sent today by the federal government to" the region less than agreed, but he justified, however, that Iraq did not have enough money at the moment. " 
 He said the Minister of Finance that he "will be the payment of the province if the availability of funds," he "The part of the amount you send today Peshmerga salaries," saying the process "reflects the reality that the parties are committed to the oil agreement." Finished / 25 u

 

Baghdad paid half a billion for the Kurdistan region

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    • Thursday, April 2, 2015 - 19:41 GMT Abu Dhabi 

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Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, on Thursday, that the Kurdistan region of Iraq from Baghdad received $ 455 million from the budget dues for the month of March, including proves the central government's commitment to respect the agreement of the Kurdish oil policies.

Severed Baghdad budget payments in January 2014 because of the semi-autonomous region plans to export oil through Turkey, but resumed again in December after the Kurds had agreed to export 550 thousand barrels per day on average from the port of Ceyhan via the government in 2015 Oil Marketing Company "Sumo" Iraq.

The agreement aims to help Iraq to increase its exports of oil, at a time when revenues have been adversely affected by the decline in world oil prices and the costs of the fight against militants state regulation.

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Alsumaria News / Baghdad 
announced that the Ministry of Finance , on Friday, for the delivery of the province of Kurdistan $ 455 million from the federal government. It quoted " Sky News "Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari as saying that "the Kurdistan region of Iraq received fromBaghdad, $ 455 million receivables to the budget for the month of March. " Zebari said that "it proves the central government's commitment to the agreement regards the Kurdish oil policies." severed Baghdad balance of payments in June 2014, because of the semi-autonomous region plans to export oil through Turkey , but resumed again in December after the Kurds had agreed to export 550 thousand barrels per day on average from the port of Ceyhan via the oil marketing company "Sumo government in 2015, "the Iraqi.

 

 


The agreement aims to help Iraq to increase its exports of oil, at a time when revenues have been adversely affected by the decline in world oil prices and the costs of fighting the elements Daash.

 
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Baghdad Kurdistan received $ 455 million

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The Ministry of Finance, on Friday, for the delivery of the Kurdistan region of $ 455 million from the federal government.

It quoted "Sky News" Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari as saying that "the Kurdistan region of Iraq from Baghdad received $ 455 million accrued budget for the month of March."

Zebari said that "it proves the central government's commitment to respect the agreement of the Kurdish oil policies."

Severed Baghdad budget payments in June 2014, because of the semi-autonomous region plans to export oil through Turkey, but resumed again in December after the Kurds had agreed to export 550 thousand barrels per day on average from the port of Ceyhan via the Iraqi State Oil Marketing Company "Sumo" in 2015.

The agreement aims to help Iraq to increase its exports of oil, at a time when revenues have been adversely affected by the decline in world oil prices and the costs of fighting the elements Daash.

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Thu Apr 02 2015 9:19 p.m. | (Voice of Iraq) -  Roudao announced Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari, on Thursday, that the Iraqi government had sent $ 455 million to the province of Kurdistan. Zebari said, the network Roudao media, said that "the Baghdad government sent 455 million dollars to the Kurdistan region under an agreement signed between the two parties. " The Minister of Finance, that the Kurdistan Region's share of the financial budget of 17%, and was sent today by the federal government to the region less than agreed, but Iraq does not have enough money at the moment. Adding, "will be paid dues Kurdistan Region not on the amounts." Zebari said, "within the amount that was sent today also Peshmerga salaries." Noting that "sending money means that the parties are committed to the oil agreement."

 

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