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THE KURDISTAN DEMOCRATIC PARTY ACCUSES THE POLITICAL BLOCS OF PUSHING TOWARDS NOT SOLVING PROBLEMS WITH THE GOVERNMENT TO BENEFIT FROM THEM ELECTORALLY

Monday, 26 August 2019 8:48 AM
The Kurdistan Democratic Party accuses the political blocs of pushing towards not solving problems with the government to benefit from them electorally

 

 
 

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The deputy of the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc, Diyar Berwari, accused some parties and political parties to push towards not resolving the outstanding problems between the federal government and the region to benefit from them in the upcoming elections.

Barwari said in a statement to the National News Center, that the real intention to resolve the outstanding issues exist between the leadership of the government in Baghdad and Erbil, noting that "there are many files stuck for 14 years to be resolved in two sessions, but need more time, but the real orientation is to resolve all Problems. ”

He pointed out that "the Kurdistan region is part of the federal international and exercise its powers within the Constitution, pointing out that there are some political forces and opponents of the government approach do not want to converge to benefit from it politically in the provincial elections."

He added that "the theater is open to the two governments to agree and announce its agreement to the Iraqi people and go to federal laws that determine the powers of each government for the region or provinces, stressing the need to have political stability and consensus between the blocs and political parties to resolve all problems."

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A committee of the Kurdistan Regional Parliament objects to the deprivation of displaced people from voting in the areas of displacement

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The Kurdistan Region Committee outside the administration of the region, objected to the decision issued by the Independent High Electoral Commission, on the limitation of voting for displaced people in their areas of origin.

During a visit to a camp for displaced people in the region, accompanied by a number of members of parliament, the committee's president, Joan Younis, stressed that depriving the displaced from participating in the elections and expressing their opinion is contrary to the permanent Iraqi constitution. This, in addition to the Commission to submit a note to the Presidency of the Parliament of the region, which stressed the need to allow displaced people to vote in the upcoming elections for provincial councils.

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Erbil is waiting for Baghdad to discuss the outstanding problems

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whatsapp-image-2019-07-16-at-2-39-04-pm. Erbil is waiting for Baghdad to discuss the outstanding problems
 
 

Kalkamsh Press / Erbil

It is expected that a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government will visit the capital Baghdad, to discuss a number of outstanding issues with the federal government.

"After the exchange of visits between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government, efforts continue to address outstanding problems," Kurdistan Regional Government spokesman Gutiar Adel said in a televised statement.

He added: "The joint committees between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government, has been prepared to prepare reports for each file, but so far there is no specific date for the visit of the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government to the capital Baghdad."

He pointed out that "the Kurdistan Regional Government is waiting for the answer of the federal government to determine the date of the next meeting and visit the capital Baghdad."

 
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Doesn’t need to be a perfect solution, they just need to keep talking!! The tortoise won the race after all.

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Great new story, same old no date yet. Meet the new jack squat, same as the old jack squat.

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High-level Iraqi Delegation to Visit Erbil on Wednesday

 
 Basnews English 27/08/2019 - 12:04 Published in Kurdistan
 

ERBIL — A high-level delegation from the Iraqi federal government is set to visit Kurdistan Region’s capital on Wednesday.

According to the information obtained by BasNews, the Iraqi delegation will be led by Interior Minister Yasin Yaseri. 

Kurdistan Region’s Interior Minister Rebar Ahmed said at a press conference that the Iraqi delegation will discuss a range of issues including security affairs, disputed territories.

The senior Iraqi officials are scheduled to meet with the top Kurdish officials in Erbil for talks on the relations between the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and the federal government of Iraq. 

Since the formation of the new cabinets in both Erbil and Baghdad, tensions between the regional and central governments are brought to the lowest level with serious intentions to address their disputes. 

The new KRG cabinet has made it clear that it is committed to developing good ties with Baghdad in order to serve the interests of the people of Kurdistan Region. It has also shown commitment to supporting the cabinet of Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi. 

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 2019/08/27 06:50:05
 

Bashir Haddad, deputy speaker of the Iraqi Council of Representatives on Tuesday that the salaries of employees of the region is a legal right and a constitution and may not be cut in any way.

This came during a meeting with the Minister of Finance of the region Awat Sheikh Janab, according to a statement issued by the Office of Haddad.

The statement said that during the meeting, a number of files and topics were discussed, especially the need to solve the problems and obstacles facing the ministry, represented by the salaries of the region's employees.

The statement quoted Haddad as saying that efforts should continue to open channels of communication between the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Finance in the region and the convergence of views between the two sides in order to solve the problems related to the federal budget for 2020.

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Kalkamsh Press / Baghdad

Prime Minister Noureddine Wissi announced on Tuesday the visit of the delegation of the federal government of the Kurdistan Region on Wednesday to discuss the issue of oil, the budget and the Peshmerga.

Wissi said during a meeting between a media team of the Kurdistan Regional Government under the supervision of the government spokesman and a number of media representatives that "the Baghdad delegation will arrive Wednesday evening at the International Airport of Erbil."

He added that "the delegation's visit comes within the framework of talks between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government on the outstanding issues between the two parties, especially the issue of oil and budget and the Peshmerga."

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Next week .. The delegation of the Kurdistan government to visit Baghdad and this is what he will discuss

Political | 12:07 - 27/08/2019

 
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The delegation of the Kurdistan region, next week, the capital Baghdad on an official visit. 
A Kurdish source told Mawazine News that the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government, headed by Interior Minister Reaper Ahmed, will visit Baghdad next week. 
The source added that "the delegation will also include Minister of Peshmerga Shores Ismail," pointing out that "Zayatra will discuss security issues in the disputed areas after the movements of ISIS in those areas, especially in Kirkuk and coordination between the Peshmerga and the Iraqi army." 
A source familiar with the / Mawazine News / earlier, that the visit of the Kurdish delegation, which was scheduled to visit Baghdad this week and includes a government delegation consisting of four ministers and a number of advisers in the regional government.
He added that the reason for the postponement is the tension in Baghdad after the increase of shelling by unidentified aircraft on the positions of the Popular Mobilization and that the Iraqi leaders are busy with this conflict.

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Release date:: 2019/8/27 11:54 • 191 times read
A government delegation from Baghdad will visit Erbil tomorrow
A delegation from the federal government will visit the Kurdistan region on Wednesday to discuss the issue of oil, the budget and the Peshmerga.
"The delegation of Baghdad will arrive at Erbil International Airport on Wednesday evening," said Noureddine Wissi, media secretary of the Iraqi government, during a meeting Tuesday in Erbil between a media team of the Kurdistan Regional Government under the supervision of government spokesman Gottiar Adel. 
He added, "The delegation's visit comes within the framework of discussions between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government on the outstanding issues between the two parties, especially the issue of oil and budget and the Peshmerga."
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Release date:: 2019/8/27 14:31  83 times read
Halbousi: This is what the liberated areas need
(BAGHDAD: Al-Furat News) Speaker of the House of Representatives Mohammed Halbousi, on Tuesday, the special envoy of the Norwegian Foreign Ministry Knut Lin, accompanied by the Oslo Ambassador to Baghdad, Tony Elisabeth Alish.
A statement from his office received a copy of the Euphrates News, that the meeting "discussed bilateral relations between the two countries, and ways to develop the performance of security forces to maintain victory, as well as to discuss the file of return of displaced people and stability. 
Al-Halbousi stressed that "the liberated areas need to promote stability and spread the spirit of social justice, and provide employment opportunities for young people; through joint cooperation between the two countries in the file of reconstruction and the war on terrorism." 
For his part, the Norwegian foreign envoy confirmed his country's readiness to cooperate, support the liberated areas, and the contribution of Norwegian companies in the file of reconstruction after the stabilization achieved in Iraq.
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Iraqi delegation to visit Erbil Wednesday to discuss security in disputed areas

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Iraqi delegation to visit Erbil Wednesday to discuss security in disputed areas
Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Interior Minister Rebar Ahmed speaking to reporters in Erbil on August 27, 2019. Photo: Rudaw TV
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region — An Iraqi government delegation is heading to Erbil on Wednesday to discuss long-standing security matters amidst ISIS’ resurgence in the disputed territories.

The group headed by Iraq’s minister of the interior will meet with their Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) counterparts and hopefully improve the security in the contested areas between Erbil and Baghdad, according to KRG Interior Minister Rebar Ahmed.

"On Wednesday, a delegation from the Ministry of the Interior of Iraq, headed by the interior minister, will visit Kurdistan to talk about Erbil-Baghdad issues," Ahmed said at a press conference. "God willing, the [meetings] will yield good results".

The KRG's relations with Baghdad took a hit in late 2017 after Erbil went through with the Kurdistan independence referendum. Amidst already frosty relations over the Kurdistan Region’s independent oil sales, Iraq retook most of the disputed territories following the referendum and also imposed an embargo on international flights in and out of Kurdistan for more than six months. 

Relations have vastly improved under the leadership of Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi, but this spirit of goodwill could soon run out if the KRG continues to flout its end of the bargain to deliver oil.

According to the 2019 federal budget, the KRG receiving its share of the federal budget is continent on the KRG giving part of its oil to Baghdad. The federal government says the KRG has not delivered on this so far. 

Ahmed added that the Wednesday meeting will be specifically related to issues concerning the two interior ministries and security. The two sides will also discuss Article 140 of the Iraqi constitution, which stipulates that people in the disputed territories should decide whether they are to be governed by the federal government or the KRG, though it has never been implemented.

“We have set up a committee tasked with dealing with security and military files with Baghdad as well as Article 140," he said, referring to the of the disputed areas of the Kirkuk, Nineveh and Diyala provinces - where ISIS is regaining its strength.

The formation of committees between Baghdad and Erbil came following an agreement between Kurdistan Region President Nechirvan Barzani Abdul-Mahdi upon the former's first visit  to Baghdad as president in June to attempt to mend and improve relations. 

Ahmed said another committee established by the KRG is dealing with "matters of oil and gas and some other oil and gas related issues."

Salar Mahmood, Iraqi President Barham Salih's adviser, is likewise optimistic that tomorrow Erbil and Baghdad will reach a mutual understanding.

"There is good joint understanding between the Kurdistan Region and Iraq in order to reach an agreement," he told Rudaw in Baghdad today, adding any agreement reached will last four years.

Mahmood confirmed that tomorrow's visit "will be specific to the interior ministries. And after that, the KRG committees will visit Baghdad for further talks."

Abdul-Mahdi is under mounting pressure from Shiite leaders to take a harder line on the KRG and the budget issue.

Aimed at boosting political ties while discussing resolving outstanding issues, KRG Prime Minister Masrour Barzani visited the Iraqi capital of Baghdad in mid-July for the first time as KRG head. 

After being sworn-in as prime minister, Barzani said “The Kurdistan Regional Government and parliament will form a negotiation team to negotiate with Baghdad and achieve the constitutional rights of our nation."

“The constitution will be the base of any negotiation between Erbil and Baghdad,” he added.

 

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Iraq’s Interior Minister to visit Erbil on Wednesday to discuss different files

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Iraq’s Interior Minister to visit Erbil on Wednesday to discuss different files
Interior Minister of Iraq, Yassin al-Yasiri, will meet his counterpart in the autonomous Kurdistan Region on Wednesday. (Photo: Archive)
 

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – The Interior Minister of Iraq, Yassin al-Yasiri, will head a high-level delegation to the autonomous Kurdistan Region on Wednesday to discuss a number of files with the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), according to a Kurdish minister.

It is Yasiri’s first visit to Erbil since he was elected as a minister within the Iraqi government headed by Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi.

“Their visit is based on our invitation,” Minister of Interior for the Kurdistan Region, Rebar Ahmed, told reporters on Tuesday in Erbil.

He stated that he will meet Yasiri to discuss a number of files related to the two ministries.

The two officials will also discuss files related to border security, problems related to issuing citizenship, passport, and national ID cards to facilitate the process for the people of the Kurdistan Region, a source from the Kurdish ministry told Kurdistan 24.

The new KRG cabinet over the past few months has had several delegation visits and exchanges with the federal government of Iraq to find solutions to long-standing issues between the two governments, within the framework of the Constitution of Iraq.

Ties between Erbil and Baghdad have significantly improved after being strained over the past few years following the unilateral referendum of the Kurdistan Region on independence, which saw a landslide majority favoring secession.

 

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Release date:: 2019/8/27 15:53 • 88 times read
Finance Kurdistan Parliament: Ministry of Wealth did not deliver any oil contracts to the Office of Supervision
(Baghdad: Euphrates News) A member of the Finance Committee of the Parliament of the Kurdistan Region not to hand over the Ministry of Natural Resources delivered oil contracts or any other contracts to the Office of Financial Supervision.
A member of the Finance Committee Sherko Jawdat said in a press statement that "the head of the Audit Bureau told him that the Bureau does not know how and how to sell oil during the past 13 years, because the Ministry of Natural Resources did not provide any contract of oil contracts to the Bureau." 
He added that "and the lack of approval of the budget in the region for five years, it can not be monitored, noting that the work of the Office of Financial Supervision in some ministries." 
On the other hand Jawdat said that "the financial crisis caused the inability of the Office of Financial Supervision to follow up exports and revenues, so delayed the report of the Bureau for the year (2016-2017), noting that the report is scheduled to be sent to the Parliament of Kurdistan early next month."
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Finance Parliament of Kurdistan: Ministry of Wealth has not delivered oil contracts to the Office of Supervision for 13 years
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A member of the Finance Committee of the Kurdistan Region Parliament not to hand over the Ministry of Natural Resources receipt of oil contracts or any other contracts to the Office of Financial Supervision. 
A member of the Finance Committee Sherko Jawdat said in a press statement that the head of the Audit Bureau told him that the Bureau does not know how and how to sell oil during the past 13 years, because the Ministry of Natural Resources did not submit any contract of oil to the Bureau. 
Jawdat added that because the budget has not been approved in the region for five years, it can not be monitored, pointing out that the work of the Financial Supervision Bureau in some ministries is hampered. 
On the other hand Jawdat stressed that the financial crisis caused the inability of the Board of Financial Supervision to follow up exports and revenues, so delayed the report of the Board for 2016-2017, noting that the report is scheduled to be sent to the Parliament of Kurdistan early next month
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The Kurdish change movement, on Tuesday, the government of the region's acquiescence to the dialogue and the conditions of the central government to export oil and controversial points in the budget and border outlets, attributing it to the deficit of Kurdistan and economic failure in recent years.

The leader of the change and a member of Kurdistan's former parliament Piston Faeq to / information /, "The government of the region recently realized that the deteriorating economic situation and the outcome of things caused by the policy of intransigence and its inability to manage and walk Kurdistan economically without the central government in Baghdad." He added that "Kurdistan will acquiesce to the door of dialogue, understanding and agreement with Baghdad on all controversial points in the budget for the export of oil and border ports and conditions set by Baghdad."

He said that "the region will hand over oil imports to Baghdad in exchange for his rights in the budget after his government realized the crisis and the inability to provide the salaries of employees without the central government."

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Hopefully :praying:  It has been way to long.

Thanks Yota  :D

 

27 minutes ago, screwball said:

Agreement in the bag...

 

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Baghdad sends a high-level government delegation to Erbil to complete the talks

2019/08/27 08:39:50 PM

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A delegation headed by Federal Minister of Interior Yassin Taher Al-Yasiri will visit Erbil (today)

 

 

To complete the talks between the federal government and the Kurdistan region on the files of oil export and payment of funds and the application of Article 140 of the Constitution.

The visit comes in response to the visit of the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Masroor Barzani to the capital Baghdad last July.

Ahmed said in a statement to the media that "the delegation of the Federal Ministry of Interior will come to Kurdistan to negotiate the differences between Baghdad and Erbil, and when the other side is ready, we will also visit Baghdad, and we will discuss the existing problems, and will have good results."

He added that "talks will take place between the two ministries, and is scheduled to discuss during the meeting the overall differences between Erbil and Baghdad."

On the committees formed to visit Baghdad, the Minister of Interior in the Kurdistan Regional Government said that "our committees are concerned with the security and military file and Article 140 and its application, and there is a committee to negotiate on oil and gas debts and a range of related topics."

The President of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, and the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masroor Barzani, visited Baghdad last month, in order to find solutions to the outstanding issues between Erbil and Baghdad, followed by a visit by an Iraqi government delegation to Erbil, during which he met with senior officials of the Kurdistan Regional Government.

The parliamentary circles confirmed to the extent during the past few days the intention of a high-level Kurdish delegation to visit the capital Baghdad to complete its negotiating rounds, which began in July, revealing that the delegation will present an initiative to the federal government aimed at zeroing crises.

`` The agreement that was signed before the Eid holiday between the oil and finance ministers of the federal government and the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Masroor Barzani is the arrival of a Kurdish delegation from Erbil to Baghdad to complete the talks on the outstanding issues, '' said Shirwan Jamal Khidr, a member of the parliament's provincial and provincial committee.

The dispute between Erbil and Baghdad focuses on three main issues: energy (oil and gas), federal budget allocations, and the disputed territories covered by Article 140.

"The meetings, whether in Baghdad or Erbil, will have one objective," Khader said in a statement to Al-Mada. "The solutions exist for oil, budget and Article 140."

He adds that "the joint technical committees between the parties will work to develop a new agreement in the federal budget law to ensure solutions to these files before sending them to the House of Representatives," believing that "the results will be positive this time between the two teams."

He stresses that "the current Kurdistan Regional Government is determined to zero all files inherited between Erbil and Baghdad and work to end them radically," noting that "the general orientation of the government openness to Baghdad to resolve all outstanding problems."

He adds that "what reinforces this trend more recent Federal Court decision, which confirmed the constitutionality of Article 140," stressing that "the Kurdistan region is very serious this time in the application of the Constitution and resolve all outstanding differences between the parties."

The Federal Supreme Court, earlier ruled the entry into force of Article (140) of the Constitution of the Republic of Iraq, stressing that this continues until the implementation of its requirements and achieve the goal of its legislation.

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The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan meets to discuss 3 files, including its share of special grades

Political | 12:15 - 28/08/2019

 
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The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, on Wednesday, a meeting to discuss three files, including its share of special grades in the governments of Baghdad and Erbil. 
A source in the Union, told / Mawazine News, "The leadership council in the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan held a meeting today, to discuss a number of files, the most important of which is the date of the fourth conference of the party to elect a new General Secretariat." 
The source added, "The meeting also discusses the vote on the selection of a number of personalities for government positions in the Kurdistan region and the federal government in Baghdad of special grades, directors and other positions allocated to the party." 
He pointed out, that "the meeting discuss the situation in the city of Kirkuk and disputed areas, especially the development of security conditions."

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A government official predicted on Wednesday that a new crisis between Baghdad and Erbil will start with the start of the new legislative chapter due to the border outlets in Kurdistan, noting that major violations have been detected in these outlets.

The source said that "Baghdad has not received any response from officials in Erbil on subjecting the land outlets with Turkey and Iran to control control and the delivery of revenues to the federal government like the rest of the country's outlets in Basra or Anbar."
 
He added that "officials in the government of the region are procrastinating the file exactly, as in the case of repudiation of the payment of oil revenues," likely that the crisis will intensify after the start of the second legislative term in early September, where members of parliament intend to collect signatures to summon the Minister of Finance and other officials for questioning about oil and revenues The ports, the mechanism and the controls thereof, including the value or percentage of the customs tariff and the type of goods allowed to enter the country.
 
He continued that "has been monitored large violations in the ports of the region, caused the import of corrupt or inferior goods, as happened with the flooding of the market with imported eggs and the resulting heavy losses for Iraqi traders and poultry farmers, and led to the layoffs of many low-income workers," pointing to "The political courtesies behind Baghdad incurred significant losses at the expense of the financial benefits and profits of the government of Erbil, which represents an injustice to other cities such as BasraBaghdad, Mosul and Kirkuk."
 
The KRG has six major land trade outlets with both Turkey and Iran, responsible for supplying about 50 percent of Iraqi Kurdistan's food, construction, and other items such as auto spare parts, medicines, and furniture, as well as many goods that Iraq generally imports from its northern neighbor. And eastern.
 
The region's most prominent outlets with Iran include Haji Omran, Bashmakh, Pervez Khan, and Kermak, in addition to other small outlets used for the movement of passengers and simple goods such as "Kelly", "Shoshmi", "Tawila" and "Sheikh Saleh", And "Bishta".
 
Turkey has two outlets, the first is Ibrahim al-Khalil, the main trade, and the value of trade exchange last year about $ 5 billion, and the second outlet Szeriri, Iraq also has another outlet with Syria and is located within the Kurdistan region known as "Simalka", but it has been closed since the outbreak of events in Syria.

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MP Adi Tamimi visits the headquarters of the Article 140 Committee in Baghdad

MP Adi Awad al-Tamimi on Tuesday, August 27, 2019 visited the headquarters of Article 140 in the province of Baghdad. 
Al-Tamimi stressed during his meeting with the secretary of the committee to pay the dues of humanitarian cases from the people of Basra province who have health reports.

http://ar.parliament.iq/2019/08/28/النائب-عدي-التميمي-يزور-مقر-لجنة-الماد/

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Such a spacious office, huh. I’ve seen larger rooms housing janitorial supplies. 😀

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