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Erbil is delivering oil and customs revenues to Baghdad

Political | 02:14 - 03/09/2019

 
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leadership of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Rizan Sheikh, an agreement within the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq, to deliver oil revenues and revenues of the border outlets of the federal government in Baghdad. 
She said: "The relationship now between the governments of Baghdad and Erbil is positive, and it can yield important results, the regional government wants to be close to the federal government, because it believes that the strength of the power of a unified Iraq." 
"The main Kurdish parties, the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) and the Movement for Change, agreed to strengthen the relationship with Baghdad, end all tensions and hand over oil and customs imports," she added.

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Kelkamsh Press / Baghdad 
MP of the Kurdistan Democratic Bloc, Ahmed al-Saffar, on Monday, the Kurdistan region formed three negotiating delegations - political, economic, financial - to resolve the outstanding problems between the Center and the region, pointing out that the region is waiting for the formation of negotiating delegations from the central government. 
Al-Saffar told Kelkamsh Press that there is a serious move to solve the outstanding economic, financial and political problems between Baghdad and Erbil, pointing out that the regional government formed delegations specialized in border ports and taxes, as well as in the field of oil and in the political field concerned with Article 140.
He pointed out that "the Kurdistan region is waiting for the formation of the corresponding delegation from the government and we expect during the next month will be sessions, meetings and dialogues on resolving the outstanding problems dating back to 2004 and not only that related to the 2020 budget because it is an annual," adding that "the Committee went to find final solutions to the differences in the budget And solve problems that are renewed every year. ” 
He stressed, "There is a serious intention on both sides to resolve the outstanding problems and there are no problems can not be solved."

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The leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), Fian Dakhil, said on Monday that the Kurds "are beginning to feel their partnership in the decision" in the current government headed by Adel Abdul Mahdi, stressing that the Kurdish blocs have a "good" relationship with the rest of the blocs in Baghdad.

"The question of the referendum was a normal one, and we believed that Iraq is the depth ofKurdistan ," Dakhil said in an interview with Sumerian television. "There is no Kurdish person on the ground who has no dream of a Kurdish state."
 

She added an outsider, the "referendum Kurdistan two years ago was not aimed at the state, but was paving her," noting that " the uniqueness of political decision behind the problem between Baghdad and Erbil, but the Kurds are beginning to feel Bhrakthm in the decision after the government of Abdul - Mahdi ." 

Dakhil stressed, "Our relationship is good with all political blocs and we have no differences with them in Baghdad , we are the backbone of the political process," pointing out that "the next stage will be more prosperous between Erbil and Baghdad ."
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Al-Maalouma / Baghdad .. 
The parliamentary legal committee accused on Tuesday the federal government of granting the Kurdistan region the right to violate the constitution and override all federal legal powers, indicating that the regional government received about 108 trillion dinars from 2003 until now. 
The committee member Hussein al-Oqabi said in a statement to the information that "successive and current governments have given the Kurdistan region preference in the country has allowed them to violate all laws and even to overtake the Constitution under the pretext of partisan interests." 
Al-Oqabi added that "dozens of constitutional violations of the province recorded in previous years without any objection or punishment from Baghdad, especially the occupation of disputed areas and clashing with Iraqi forces in the past period and refraining from handing over airports and federal border ports."
He explained that "the government of the region received about 108 trillion dinars from the federal budgets since 2003 and until now without adherence to the provisions of the budget for the region's obligations in Baghdad." Ended / 25 KD

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Has the fees of citizens residing in Kurdistan been canceled?

 03 Sep 2019 - 9:45

 

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BAGHDAD: A member of the parliamentary economy and investment committee Ali Saadoun Ghulam said on Tuesday that his committee will discuss with the concerned in the Kurdistan region to impose taxes on Iraqi residents. Ghulam said in a press statement that "the imposition of entry or residence fees by the Kurdistan region on the Iraqis is not valid and is not in their economic interest," noting that "the treatment of the region with Iraqi expatriates as if in another country." He stressed the need to "facilitate the territory of the entry of Iraqis because from the economic side will provide them with money and activate the tourist movement," demanding that "the authority of the federal government applies to the region." He added that "the imposition of taxes by the region on Iraqis living in the region is unfair," noting that "the Economic Commission will discuss with the concerned in the region to facilitate procedures and impose residence taxes on Iraqis." The Interior Minister Yassin al-Yasiri, last week, the approval of the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan region of Iraq Masroor Barzani to cancel the entry fee of the region of ten thousand dinars per person. The decision only covers the internal Iraqi citizens to the region, but the Interior Ministry did not clarify whether the decision also includes residents. A source said that "the region requires the Arab citizens resident to pay 21 thousand dinars for a residence card (residence), and pay the same amount for renewal and per capita."

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Erbil is delivering oil and customs revenues to Baghdad

3rd September, 2019
The Leadership of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Rizan Sheikh, an agreement within the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq, to deliver oil revenues and revenues of the border outlets of the federal government in Baghdad. 

She said: "The relationship now between the governments of Baghdad and Erbil is positive, and it can yield important results, the regional government wants to be close to the federal government, because it believes that the strength of the power of a unified Iraq." 

"The main Kurdish parties, the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK), and the Movement for Change, agreed to strengthen the relationship with Baghdad, end all tensions, and hand over oil and customs imports."   https://www.mawazin.net/Details.aspx?jimare=63264

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Release date:: 9/4/2019 22:11 • 553 times read
Advisors to three major countries involved in peshmerga reform
The Ministry of Peshmerga and the Netherlands signed a memorandum of understanding to participate in the issue of "reforms" Wednesday at a ceremony attended by Minister of Peshmerga Ismail Peshmerga in the Kurdistan Regional Government and William Nicholas Kozayen, Dutch Consul General in the region.
The Minister of Peshmerga during the decrees attended by the Undersecretary and a number of senior officers described the move from the Dutch government mission and influential, as well as praised the role and duty of advisers and Dutch forces in training Peshmerga. 
Before the signing of the memorandum, the Dutch Consul General confirmed that according to the content of the memorandum, the military and civilian advisors of the countries of America, Britain and Germany will participate in the reform process at the Peshmerga Ministry. 
At the end of the decrees, the two sides unanimously agreed to strengthen relations towards the main objective of real reform

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Kurds and Turkmen Kirkuk meet in Baghdad and go "great strides" to solve the problems of the province

2019/09/05 07:12:08

 

Kurdish and Turkmen components in the province of Kirkuk on Wednesday, continued dialogue and communication to resolve administrative, security and military problems in the province.
This came during a joint meeting held in Baghdad, which included a delegation from the Kurdistan region of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan and the Kurdistan Islamic Union, with the leadership of the Turkmen Front.
"As a component of Kirkuk, we can reach solutions that serve the citizen," said Omid Sabah, head of the Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers, at a press conference. .
On the results of the meetings between the two sides, Sabah said: "We have made great strides in the dialogue and reached advanced stages, and we came today to meet with our brothers in the Turkmen front to complete these dialogues."
For his part, the head of the Turkmen Front, Arshad Salhi, said that "dialogue is the safest way to reach the right ends. We must always be principled in finding ways of dialogue and understanding based on peaceful coexistence."
"Our one enemy is terrorism, which wants to destroy us all," Salhi said. "No military-economic-political force can continue to sustain its rule if there is no cooperation with other components."

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Jubouri praises Barzani's role in correcting the political process

 

Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) leader Massoud Barzani received on Thursday in Salahaddin, Secretary General of the Iraqi Civil Society for Reform, Salim al-Jubouri.

During the meeting, which was attended by Ali Hussein, official of the Office of Kurdistan and Iraqi Relations in the Kurdistan Democratic Party, discussed the latest political developments and developments at the level of Iraq and the region.

He assessed the role of Barzani and the Democratic Party in correcting the political process, stability and building a civil state.

At the end of the meeting, they stressed the continuation of relations and political and parliamentary coordination between the two sides.

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A high-level delegation from the region will visit Baghdad soon and warn of the delay in the visit

Release date:: 9/5/2019 18:4511 times read
A high-level delegation from the region will visit Baghdad soon and warn of the delay in the visit
 
 
A high-level delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government to Baghdad to resolve outstanding problems, including the region's share of the financial budget for 2020.
"A high-level delegation from the Kurdistan region will go to Baghdad next week to resolve the outstanding problems, the most important of which is the share of the Kurdistan region in the federal budget for 2020," said Shirwan Mirza, a member of the Kurdish Finance Committee.
He added, "Time is not in favor of the Kurds on the share of the region in the budget, explaining that, according to the Financial Management Law, the government should send the draft financial budget for 2020 to the House of Representatives next month, while voting on the budget before the end of this year."
He stressed that "talks between Baghdad and the region will resolve the proportion of the region's financial budget for 2019, pointing out that the political agreement outside the House of Representatives facilitates agreement in the Council."
 
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Kurdistan Parliament Delegation Meets with Halbusi in Baghdad

 
 BasNews   05/09/2019 - 17:29  Published in Iraq
 

ERBIL - A delegation from the Kurdistan Region's Parliament, led by Deputy Speaker Hemin Hawrami, met with Speaker of Iraqi Council of Representatives Mohammed al-Halbusi on Wednesday.

The Kurdish delegates discussed with the Iraqi top parliamentary official Article 16 of the Iraqi provincial elections bill which prevents the IDPs from participating in the vote at the camps or anywhere else except their places of origin, the majority of which still remain unsafe to live in, the regional Parliament office said in a statement.

During the meeting, they also shed light on the Kurdistan Region's concerns over Iraq's financial management law, a civil service bill, on which the federal Parliament's committee of finance is working. The Kurdish lawmakers, in this regard, have asked the Iraqi counterparts to take Erbil's concerns into consideration before the bill is passed, delivering a letter from Kurdistan Region Parliament Speaker Rewaz Fayiq to her Iraqi counterpart.

"The letter was received by Halbusi and forwarded to the committee of finance of the Council of Representatives of Iraq," the statement said.

The Kurdish parliamentary delegates also reiterated their support to the strategic agenda of the KRG to resolve its remaining issues, including the budget, oil revenues, and the disputed areas with the federal government in accordance with the Iraqi Constitution.

The Iraqi leader, in return, welcomed the visit and reaffirmed that they would spare no efforts to solve the remaining issues with Erbil.

The Iraqi Parliament approved the amendment of the provincial election law earlier in July, while the vote is scheduled for April 1, 2020.

Meanwhile, about 1.1 million IDPs are yet to return to their hometowns due to the deteriorated situation in their areas of origin

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Parliamentary Finance: We prefer the Kurds to either deliver 250 thousand barrels per day or deduct the corresponding from their budget

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A member of the Parliamentary Finance Committee Mohammed Sahib Darraji, Thursday, that Baghdad Khairat Kurdistan either delivered 250 thousand barrels per day or cut off the corresponding budget of the region.

Darraji said in a televised statement continued (information), that "the prime minister must stay away from politeness and work with his economic vision, and should not exceed the budget deficit of 36%."

"The phosphate field, if properly operated, will generate a quarter of our oil imports," he said.

And that "Baghdad has chosen Kurdistan to either deliver 250 thousand barrels per day or cut off the corresponding budget."

He explained that "420 thousand barrels per day is the real figure issued by Kurdistan, and if the Kurds did not deliver their daily oil source to the government will cut off the corresponding share." Finished 25 N

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Erbil, Baghdad to Resume Talks on Remaining Issues Next Week

 
BasNews 06/09/2019 - 00:36 Published in Kurdistan
 
 

ERBIL - The Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) and the Iraqi federal government are expected to resume talks on the remaining disputes between the sides next week, an official revealed on Thursday.

Talking to Kurdistan 24, Chief of Staff to the Kurdistan Region Presidency, Fawzi Hariri, pointed out that officials from both sides will exchange views on the budget issue and the disputed areas in their meetings said to happen next week.

Concerning the subject of the budget, Erbil and Baghdad should reach an agreement that serves the people of both sides, Hariri said, adding that the Kurdish delegates with the Iraqi counterparts will also shed light on certain other issues.

A KRG delegation, led by Prime Minister Masrour Barzani, visited Baghdad earlier in July, where they held several meetings with senior Iraqi leaders.

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Baghdad Promises to Consider Kurds' Concerns over Provincial Elections Law

 
BasNews 06/09/2019 - 01:42 Published in Kurdistan

ERBIL - The Iraqi government has made a promise to consider the Kurdistan Region's concerns over the Iraqi provincial elections bill which prevents the IDPs from voting at the camps or anywhere else except in their own areas.

A delegation from the Kurdistan Region's Parliament paid a two-day visit to Baghdad where they held meetings with officials from various parliamentary Blocs, Parliament Speaker Mohammed al-Halbusi, and the Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary- General for Iraq Jeanine Hennis-Plasschaert, Jalal Mohammed, one of the delegates, told BasNews.

He explained that, during their discussions, they stressed on the need to resolving the issues of budget, the compensation of the Kurdish public servants, as well as other related matters.

The Kurdish delegates, led by Deputy Speaker Hemin Hawrami, also expressed concerns over Article 16 of the Iraqi provincial elections bill, based on which, the IDPs are not allowed to vote at the camps unless they return to their places of origin, with Baghdad promising to reconsider the decision and let the people of disputed Kirkuk to participate in the elections wherever they are based, Mohammed noted.

As for the budget issue, he said, Baghdad has promised to reach an agreement with the KRG delegation, expected to visit the Iraqi capital next week, that would serve the Kurds.

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Jubouri and Barzani discuss developments in Iraq and the region

 

Jubouri and Barzani discuss developments in Iraq and the region

Written by: saadin:September 06, 2019In: Iraq NewsNo comments

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Former Speaker of the House of Representatives, Salim al-Jubouri, on Thursday, met with the President of the Kurdistan Democratic Party Massoud Barzani in Erbil.

A statement by the office of al-Jubouri received a "light news" a copy of it, that "during the meeting discussed the political situation and developments in Iraq and the region and its repercussions on the Iraqi interior and the need to preserve the country's security and sovereignty, and prevent turning it into an arena of regional or international conflict and away from polarizations imposed on Iraq entering into a conflict of axes. ”

Al-Jubouri stressed that "the differences between the center and the region must be resolved through the resort to the Constitution and the application of its provisions, calling for adherence to the provisions of the Constitution," and praised "the positions of President Barzani in the supreme national interests and his quest to develop solutions that satisfy all parties and achieve stability and open the doors of reconstruction. And development in the country. ”

For his part, Barzani praised the efforts of al-Jubouri to unify visions between the parties and his quest for the success of the political process in the country, stressing "the Democratic Party's pursuit of the interests of all Iraqis according to a common national vision."

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Parliamentary Finance reassures Kurdistan employees: Your salaries are a red line
2019-09-05
Special - Solution Iraq

After the fears of many citizens in the # Kurdistan Region , following the delay # # federal government , the payment of the amounts allocated to the salaries of employees in the region for the past months, # The Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed the final resolution of this file.

Committee member Ahmed al-Haj Rashid, said: «The delay that occurred in the past months, which led to the delay in the distribution of salaries for more than 15 days, was caused by a technical problem belonging to the Federal Ministry of Finance # ».

He explained during a call with the "solution Iraq", that «the problem was solved yesterday was sent $ 454 billion dinars and placed in the accounts of the central bank # Erbil branch , and the Iraqi government pledged that the salaries of # employees in the region is a red line can not be touched at all».

Rashid pointed out that «this agreement applies within the budget law of 2019, but in 2020, the # agreements that will occur between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government, will determine the proportion of the amounts sent # Baghdad to Kurdistan, according to the budget law and the oil agreement».

The MP for the Islamic Union of Kurdistan , Muthana Amin, has submitted earlier, a proposal to rid the salaries of # employees of the Kurdistan region from political debates.

The crisis of the # budget of the region and the salaries of employees and dues # Peshmerga under the government of Nuri_Maliki since the first month of 2014, where the government of the region was forced to adopt a system of saving the salaries of employees, especially after the attack of the organization "Daesh" in the summer of 2014, and the crisis continued during the era Government # Haidar_alebadi .

However, the new Iraqi government headed by # Adel_Abd al-Mahdi , has taken some steps that would open the doors to the solution of the outstanding problems between the two sides and resolved, but some observers believe that depends on the degree of independence that can be maintained by Abdul Mahdi in making decisions, and not to bow to the effects Internal or external political actors want to maintain tension between the federal government and the Kurdistan region.

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The Kurdistan Region reveals the number of IDPs remaining and offers them two things
The International Coordinator of International Recommendations in the Kurdistan Regional Government, Dindar Zebari, said that the KRG has provided all facilities for the return of displaced people to safe areas, but nonetheless, the displaced have opted to return to their areas or stay in camps, except for those who carried out acts of "terrorism" ".
On the return of displaced people to their areas after liberation from ISIS, Zebari told Human Rights Watch that "the security authorities in the Kurdistan region does not return any displaced people to their areas, nor do they hinder the return of any displaced people who want to return to the areas from which they were displaced."
He added that "a number of these villages are located near the seam areas and the instability of these areas in terms of security and the laying of mines and explosives on the one hand and the lack of basic daily service such as water, first aid, schools and electricity have made their return difficult at the moment."
Zebari pointed out to "create a favorable atmosphere for the return of displaced people to their places of origin," noting that "above all must be cleared mines planted by ISIS terrorists in those areas and the return of basic services such as water, electricity and health services, and the lack of livelihoods after the destruction of the infrastructure of those "The issue of ISIS sleeper cells in the region has a negative impact and a real threat to its stability in terms of security," he said.
Regarding the survival of IDPs in the camps of the Kurdistan Region, Zebari said, "The population of a number of villages that fall within the limits of Article (140) of the Iraqi permanent constitution is not able to return for sectarian reasons and for fear of retaliation despite the existence of a suitable ground for return, but according to UN figures and statistics. So far, there are about 1.6 million displaced people who have not been able to return to their places and most of them are still in the camps of the Kurdistan region. This while Anaj the displaced to many services, especially we are approaching the winter. "
He continued the coordinator of international recommendations in the Kurdistan Regional Government: "The KRG has provided all facilities for the return of displaced people to safe areas and ready to live and enjoy daily services, but nonetheless, the displaced have opted to return to their areas or stay in the camps, except for those who committed terrorist acts or accused of belonging to ISIS, they are dealt with according to the laws in force in the region. "
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Change: Delivering oil revenues to the federal government hurts the interests of Kurdish parties

By AhadNA3 06/09/2019 11:54 AM | Read
Change: Delivering oil revenues to the federal government hurts the interests of Kurdish parties

Ahd News- Erbil

The Kurdistan Movement for Change, the need to export the region's oil under the control of the federal government, saying that the delivery of oil revenues to the federal government will serve the citizens of the region and "harm the interests" of the Kurdish parties.

A member of the movement, Boukdad Bakr, said in a press statement seen by "Al-Ahd News", "The delivery of oil revenues to the federal government will serve the citizens of the region and harm the interests of Kurdish parties."

He added, "The federal government has shown its good intentions despite the non-commitment of Kurdistan," stressing that "the export of oil to the region must be under the control of the federal government."

The member of the Islamic Union of Kurdistan Arslan Saleh confirmed, on Tuesday, that the Kurdistan region is going towards the settlement of outstanding files with the federal government. Finished 2

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Jubouri: There are those who live on the differences and Baghdad's relationship with Erbil is good

Political 07:18 - 06/09/2019

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The head of the Civic Reform Party, Salim al-Jubouri, said Friday that the differences between Baghdad and Erbil are moving towards a solution, stressing the existence of voices living on the differences.
Al-Jubouri said in a statement seen by (Mawazine News), "There are those who live on the differences are voices of cacophony and the relationship between the region and Baghdad remains strong and there are mutual delegations and differences can be resolved through dialogue and the Iraqi government is moving towards resolving problems and differences."
On the other hand, al-Jubouri stressed that "Iraq is distancing itself from any international conflict and of course we refuse to be Iraq as a battlefield and international liquidations and we reject any external interference in its affairs."
Jubouri added that he "tends to confine weapons to Iraqi forces but refuses to have any weapons outside this framework."

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1 hour ago, 6ly410 said:

that there will be justice in the distribution of the wealth of the country as a citizen country, and these wealth for all the people of the Iraqi state equally.

 

3 cheers for Awat Muzaffar Nouri 

O" man there a whole lotta fat cats skimming of the oil revenues that not gonna be down with giving the cash cow away ...

heres hoping ,, thanks for the articles 6ly410  

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Kurdistan Democratic: We did not address the proportion of the region in the budget next year .. We will meet Barzani tomorrow

Political 08:52 - 07/09/2019

 

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A member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc Ikhlas al-Dulaimi, Saturday, that the talks between Baghdad and Erbil did not address so far to the proportion of the region in the budget next year, while referring to a meeting with the Prime Minister of Kurdistan Masrour Barzani tomorrow.
Dulaimi told Mawazine News that "a meeting was held today between members of the Kurdish Finance Committee and Barzani, to discuss a number of issues, most notably the solution of problems between the region and the center and the budget and there will be a second meeting tomorrow."
She added, "Barzani directed that the treatment of Kurdish deputies on the basis of the unity of Iraq," noting that "serious in resolving the differences between the region and the center on oil and the budget and the Peshmerga and the situation of disputed areas."
She pointed out, that "the talks did not address the proportion of the region in the budget next year," stressing that "the problem of the implementation of the budget law and determine the proportion of the region is linked to the resolution of outstanding problems between the two parties, as soon as these problems are resolved will talk about the ratio."
Dulaimi pointed out that "there is a determination and seriousness of the governments of the Kurdistan region and Baghdad to solve the problems," adding that "there are delegations from the Kurdistan region will arrive in Baghdad for talks on this matter."
A delegation representing the Kurdistan Regional Government is scheduled to arrive in Baghdad tomorrow to discuss the outstanding problems.

 

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Repin Salam to "Covenant": The relationship of the region with the Center is improving and we are close to resolve all problems

Repin Salam to "Covenant": The relationship of the region with the Center is improving and we are close to resolve all problems

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The Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) has set up a permanent committee to resolve outstanding issues with the center, a member of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) said on Sunday.

"The region's relationship with the center is improving and we are close to settle all the problems," Salam told Al-Ahd television.

He added in his speech that the issue of the region's oil is used as a political pressure on the government of Abdul-Mahdi, adding that the Kurdistan region has not received 17% of the budget since 2005.

Salam said that the Kurdistan government did not receive any amount and what is announced are mock numbers.

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Release date:: 9/8/2019 21:46 • 217 times read
Abadi and Fouad Hussein discuss the coordination of positions between victory and the Kurdistan Democratic
(Baghdad: Euphrates News) Chairman of the victory coalition, Haider al-Abadi, received in his office Finance Minister Fuad Hussein and leader of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Shwan Mohammed Taha.
During the meeting, according to the statement of the media office of Abadi, which received (Euphrates News) a copy, discussed "the overall political and economic situation in the country and the functioning of the government and the budget 2020 and financial matters and plans and future strategies."
On the other hand, "the meeting discussed the coordination of relations and positions between the victory and the Kurdistan Democratic Party to achieve the public interests of the citizens." is over
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      Barzani: Kurdistan and Kirkuk decision to secede from Iraq soon.
      Last updated: 3 may 2017-1:08 m Erbil/Iraq News Network-new President of Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani, on Wednesday, his emphasis on secession from Iraq this year, claiming that the separation of Kurdistan would not create problems for neighboring countries. Barzani said in an interview with the French newspaper Le Figaro, "the time has come for the independence of Kurdistan and we wish and get it through dialogue and understanding and peacefully with Iraq." despite efforts made since about a century to preserve the unity of Iraq, the Kurds destroyed and rewarded with 4500 burning of villages and attack them with chemical weapons ", indicating To "wake alone provided more than 10 thousands of victims killed by the Iraqi Government." he noted that "after 2003 we thought through the new Constitution that we are going to open a new page regarding our rights but Baghdad cut off financial budget and did not meet their obligations."
      Barzani reiterated his assurance that the "Kurdistan wants to establish good relations with its neighbours," unlikely to create Kurdistan secession problems for neighboring countries, saying "separation will not cause new political problems but would contribute in solving existing problems and future French President Barzani to" support the separation of Kurdistan or at least not opposition. "
      In response to a question on whether Barzani has got international safeguards on separation, Barzani said the Kurdish people would make the decision, and will never be a Kurdish State if we wait for her simply as a gift granted by the international community. "and" the first stage will be a referendum, and this happens in a few days, "adding that" the referendum is a legitimate right of Kurds and we need a mandate from the people to begin long negotiations with Baghdad "." as long as Baghdad refused to be real partners with them we intend to Be good neighbors, and that's what I want to say to those who are worried about it. "
      Regarding the war against ISIS, Barzani noted that "defeat ISIS will not solve all the problems of Iraq, warning that" the terrorist group will probably petty and another address if conditions in Iraq remain unchanged and no elimination of radical ideology in the region "." after the battle of Mosul should stay us-led coalition in Iraq and Kurdistan for a while, until alkdaH the final ISIS to protect security and stability in the region, "Barzani that" foreign military forces can play a role in rebuilding the war-torn Mosul, describing military cooperation with France in Mosul as "excellent, French intelligence provided substantial assistance to the Iraqi forces." and "Kirkuk, Kirkuk is without a doubt the question in terms of history and geography", but "but that doesn't mean it's a Kurdish city, but there are Christians, Arabs and Turkmens who live there too, and no We want another component materiality in this city that we want a referendum to decide its fate all components respect the referendum results. "but if had any military or political groups tried to change the situation in Kirkuk and put pressure on our citizens, we will do whatever is necessary to protect them."
       
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