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Within two days .. A high Kurdish military delegation visits Baghdad and these are the most important files of the visit

Political | 10:31 - 18/08/2019

 
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visit a high-level Kurdish military delegation, the capital Baghdad during the next two days, to discuss several important files. 
A Kurdish source told Mawazine News that a high-level delegation including Peshmerga Minister Shoresh Ismail as well as Peshmerga officers and leaders will visit Baghdad in the next two days. 
The source added, "The visit comes for the purpose of meeting with the Ministry of Defense to discuss the file of salaries allocated to the Peshmerga, amounting to 68 billion dinars per month, after adding the salaries of Peshmerga within the formations of the Ministry of Defense." 
He stressed that "the second file to be discussed is the reconfiguration of the joint operations room between the army and the Peshmerga to fill the security gaps in the areas of contact between the two forces in the disputed areas after the increase of violations by ISIS."

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Good Morning Chuck and all of DV...Have a Bless Sunday everybody

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Representative of the Government of the Region to Almrabad: Our delegation will discuss with Baghdad legislation oil and gas law


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Representative of the Government of the Region to Almrabad: Our delegation will discuss with Baghdad legislation oil and gas law

 

 

 

The representative of the Iraqi Kurdistan government in Baghdad, Faris Issa, said on Sunday that the delegation of the region, which will visit the capital soon will seriously discuss the legislation of the oil and gas law, while he did not specify the date of the visit and members of the delegation.

Issa told al-Marbad, that the strategy of the regional government in the new government formation includes the search for solutions to address all the outstanding problems between Baghdad and Erbil, including also in the budget file.

Issa added that officials in Baghdad and Erbil have reached a conviction that the two parties should abide by the articles of the constitution and there is a serious intention to solve the problems, pointing out that there was a personalization in the past, but the current situation has been freed from this obstacle that stands in front of solving the problems.

Issa said earlier in the day that it is scheduled to visit a delegation from the Kurdistan region of Iraq, the capital Baghdad this week to resume talks and resolve differences between the two sides.

 

 

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18-08-2019 04:16 PM
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It is scheduled to resume talks between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Iraqi government, this weekend, where several committees have been formed for this purpose. 
According to Kurdish media, the Kurdistan Regional Government identified its members in the legal and technical committees concerned with negotiating with the Iraqi government, and completed preparations to visit Baghdad this week for dialogue on the settlement of differences between the two sides. 
Fares Issa, head of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Baghdad, said a delegation from the Kurdistan region is scheduled to visit Baghdad this week. 
During the previous meetings between Baghdad and Erbil, it was decided to form two committees, one legal and the other technical to negotiate between the two sides, and is scheduled to hold the first round of talks in Baghdad. 
At the first meeting of the Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers held in mid-July, emphasis was placed on improving relations with Baghdad. 
A senior delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government, headed by Masroor Barzani, visited Baghdad on 16-7-2019, where he met with the three Iraqi presidencies. 
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Representative of the Government of the Region to Almrabad: Our delegation will discuss with Baghdad legislation oil and gas law


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Representative of the Government of the Region to Almrabad: Our delegation will discuss with Baghdad legislation oil and gas law

 

 

 

The representative of the Iraqi Kurdistan government in Baghdad, Faris Issa, said on Sunday that the delegation of the region, which will visit the capital soon will seriously discuss the legislation of the oil and gas law, while he did not specify the date of the visit and members of the delegation.

Issa told al-Marbad, that the strategy of the regional government in the new government formation includes the search for solutions to address all the outstanding problems between Baghdad and Erbil, including also in the budget file.

Issa added that officials in Baghdad and Erbil have reached a conviction that the two parties should abide by the articles of the constitution and there is a serious intention to solve the problems, pointing out that there was a personalization in the past, but the current situation has been freed from this obstacle that stands in front of solving the problems.

Issa said earlier in the day that it is scheduled to visit a delegation from the Kurdistan region of Iraq, the capital Baghdad this week to resume talks and resolve differences between the two sides.

 

 

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Release date:: 2019/8/18 16:01 • 191 times read
A delegation from the regional government visits Baghdad over the weekend to resolve outstanding issues
BAGHDAD: The talks between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) are scheduled to resume this weekend, with several committees set up for this purpose. 
According to the information, "the Kurdistan Regional Government identified its members in the legal and technical committees concerned with the negotiation with the federal government, and completed preparations to visit Baghdad this week for a dialogue on the settlement of differences between the two sides."  
"A delegation from the Kurdistan region is scheduled to visit Baghdad this week," said Fares Issa, head of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Baghdad. 
During the previous meetings between Baghdad and Erbil, it was decided to form two committees, one legal and the other technical to negotiate between the two sides, and is scheduled to hold the first round of talks in Baghdad. 
At the first meeting of the Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers held in mid-July, emphasis was placed on improving relations with Baghdad.
A senior delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government, headed by Masroor Barzani, visited Baghdad on July 16, where he met with the three Iraqi presidencies.
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Resumption of talks between Baghdad and Erbil this week to resolve differences

Political | 03:48 - 18/08/2019

 
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Talks between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the Iraqi government will resume this weekend, with several committees set up for this purpose. 
The head of the regional government in Baghdad, Fares Issa, said in a statement seen by (Mawazine News), that "it is scheduled to visit a delegation from the Kurdistan region, the Iraqi capital Baghdad this week." 
Issa said that "during the previous meetings between Baghdad and Erbil, it was decided to form two committees, one legal and the other technical to negotiate between the two sides, is scheduled to hold the first round of talks of the two committees in Baghdad." Ended / 29 BC

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Top delegation from KRG to visit Baghdad soon, Kurdistan lawmaker says

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Top delegation from KRG to visit Baghdad soon, Kurdistan lawmaker says
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ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – A delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) is expected to visit Baghdad soon to discuss ongoing disputes with the Federal Government of Iraq, a Kurdish lawmaker said on Sunday.

Nizar Mala-Ghafar, a member of the Peshmerga Council in the Kurdistan Region’s Parliament, said both Baghdad and Erbil are “taking serious steps” to resolve differences surrounding oil, budget share, the Peshmerga, and Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution on the status of disputed territories.

“The emphasis of the visit will be on the return of the Peshmerga forces to the disputed territories between Baghdad and the KRG, and also Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution, since its implementation has been neglected,” Mala-Ghafar told Kurdistan 24.

Following the establishment of the KRG’s ninth cabinet, there have been ongoing talks between Kurdistan and Iraq on unresolved matters.

The autonomous Kurdish government has formed several technical committees to solve and reach a mutual agreement with their counterparts in Baghdad.

Hamza Kaka, a political observer, said the current political groundwork is helping both sides reach an agreement.

“However, there are still some Shia political sides who are against such agreements,” Kaka told Kurdistan 24. “With Kurdistan’s new senior officials, there is a bigger hope for the Kurdistan Region to resolve long-standing disputes with the government of Iraq.”

Oil revenues, disputed territories, and the federal budget are some of the remaining issues between Erbil and Baghdad.

Ties between the two governments have notably improved since the beginning of 2019, with the formation of a new federal government headed by Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi. The governments had fallen out of favor in the aftermath of the Kurdistan Region’s historic independence referendum in September 2017.

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Kurdish delegation visits Baghdad to resolve the budget and oil

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BAGHDAD / Obelisk: The deputy of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan Bakhtiar Shaways on Sunday, the two most important files to be carried by the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq to Baghdad, which will visit in the coming days.

Shaways said in a press statement that "the two main files are, the oil differences between Baghdad and Erbil, and the draft budget 2020," noting that "work is continuing to calm and agreement and find an appropriate solution to these two files and other files, because the two parties agreed earlier to settle the differences instead of Deepening them. "

He added: "In the coming days before us a round of negotiations and the Kurdish delegation will visit Baghdad in order to reach a solution to the differences, and I think that the views between the parties are close."

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A delegation from the regional government visits Baghdad over the weekend to resolve outstanding issues

 

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It is scheduled to resume talks between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government, this weekend, where several committees have been formed for this purpose. 

According to the information, "the Kurdistan Regional Government identified its members in the legal and technical committees concerned with the negotiation with the federal government, and completed preparations to visit Baghdad this week for a dialogue on the settlement of differences between the two sides."  
"A delegation from the Kurdistan region is scheduled to visit Baghdad this week," said Fares Issa, head of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Baghdad. 
During the previous meetings between Baghdad and Erbil, it was decided to form two committees, one legal and the other technical to negotiate between the two sides, and is scheduled to hold the first round of talks in Baghdad. 
At the first meeting of the Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers held in mid-July, emphasis was placed on improving relations with Baghdad. 
A senior delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government, headed by Masroor Barzani, visited Baghdad on July 16, where he met with the three Iraqi presidencies.

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Presidency stresses the need to conclude a strategic agreement between Baghdad and the region

Political | 03:12 - 19/08/2019

 
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Salar Mahmoud, an adviser to President Barham Saleh, on Monday, the need to conclude a strategic agreement between Baghdad and the Kurdistan region, pointing to the continued efforts to reach a comprehensive solution to the outstanding problems between the two sides. 
Mahmoud said, "The Presidency is making more efforts to bring the federal and regional governments closer, and we are keen to resolve all outstanding problems, including the budget, salaries and oil." 
He added, "The Kurdish blocs in the House of Representatives to unify their rhetoric during the challenges ahead in Baghdad," pointing to "the presence of parties may seek to not reach an agreement between Baghdad and the region." 
He stressed the need to "conclude a strategic agreement between the federal and regional governments so that the two sides can face the challenges ahead and ensure the interests of the people."

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A member of the Parliamentary Services and Reconstruction Committee, Kazem Fenjan Al-Hamami, said on Monday that the Kurdistan region did not hand over its border outlets to the border outlets of the central government in Baghdad.


Al-Hamami said, “The Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, the Prime Minister, the Prime Minister's advisers and all the parties concerned agreed on 28/7/2019 with the Border Ports Authority that the Kurdistan Region hand over all its border ports to Baghdad,” noting that “despite the agreement but the region did not Outlets ”.

Hamami said, "Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi has not spoken to them in this matter so far, and therefore hold the government responsible for the deliberate delay by the region," pointing out that "the Kurdistan region asked for a period of six months so he could hand over the outlets, but the deadline expired and did not It implements something of an agreement. ” 

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I’m starting to think that until they get rid of this Mahdi clown as PM things will continue to drag on. He’s probably has a second home in Tehran.

It appears that Kurdistan is sending a new bunch of thieves an crooks to Baghdad to meet with a new bunch of thieves an crooks. They have been talking all the things on this list for many years now, will this bunch of thieves come together on some type of an agreement, we shall see...

 

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The big parties in Kurdistan are taking advantage of differences with the government by seizing funds from the budget

 
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Ahead of the upcoming meeting .. Deputy of the construction:

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A deputy from the Construction Alliance described the big parties in Kurdistan as benefiting from the outstanding files between the federal government and the regional government, while accusing it of seizing the money sent as salaries to the region's employees. Resolve differences between the two sides. 
With the arrival of a high Kurdish delegation to Baghdad to complete the dialogues of the "High Committee", expressed the important political parties in the region hoped to resolve the outstanding issues one by one,
most notably the export of oil and activate Article 140 of the Constitution, while political blocs talked about the lack of signs to resolve problems, and stressed However, the region intends to continue the current situation away from the development of a legal framework for the export of oil in order to benefit partisan funds from the federal budget.
The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc Vian Sabri, in an interview with the "new morning," that "the Kurdish delegation, which will visit Baghdad soon will be the task of completing the discussions between the federal government and the region." 
Sabri added, "Coordination between the two parties has become at a high level through the joint parliamentary teams, and the formation of the Supreme Committee to resolve the problems and outstanding issues between them, which is represented by Baghdad, Deputy Prime Minister for Energy and Oil Minister Thamer Ghadhban and the region's Prime Minister Masroor Barzani." 
She pointed out, "The delegation of the federal government had visited the Kurdistan region recently and got meetings with senior leaders, where it was agreed to form technical committees." 
Sabri said that
"the outstanding files are known to be resolved one by one, including the disputed areas to activate Article 140 of the Constitution and the federal budget and the export of oil."

She stressed the head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc, that «indicators available to us that the negotiations will be positive to resolve problems and zero differences between the federal government and the Kurdistan region in the public interest». 
She believes that «Iraq is going through a sensitive phase with the continued existence of the threat of terrorism in addition to regional and global challenges need to atmosphere of reconciliation between the government and the region and all that and other factors encourage dialogue». 
Sabri continued, saying that «the joint will work to find an agreed cover for the file of oil exports in accordance with the Constitution and the law and agreements concluded, and the coming days will see a settlement of this dispute». 
For his part, said MP for the Alliance of Building Abdul Hadi Mohan in a statement to «new morning», that «any positive signs do not loom on the horizon to resolve the differences between the federal government and the Kurdistan region».
"The region deliberately procrastinates in resolving these differences as the SAI is not allowed to scrutinize state employees there," said Mohan. 
He pointed out, «large parties in Kurdistan, benefiting from the continuing differences as they take money sent as salaries to employees of the region». 
He finds Mohan, that «legislation of the law of oil and gas within the House of Representatives is enough to resolve the oil dispute between Baghdad and the region, where the fields of the provinces of Kurdistan will be completed and determine the powers». 
He continues, that «the mutual committees between the federal government and the Kurdistan region has not yet reached a real solution to the outstanding problems, and this can be seen over the past period». 
He said Mohan, that «what was seen by us in the House of Representatives are just promises are not honored and concessions from the federal government and the biggest beneficiary are the Kurdistan Democratic Party and the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan».
It is noteworthy that the government of Adel Abdul Mahdi had begun a round of talks with the Kurdistan region aimed at finding a radical and real solution to the problems between the parties
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KRG: Baghdad's budget cut exceeds 250,000 bpd worth

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KRG: Baghdad's budget cut exceeds 250,000 bpd worth
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ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Ahead of a top Kurdish delegation’s visit to Baghdad, the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) spokesperson on Monday reminded that the Iraqi government continues to cut the Kurdistan Region’s share of the national budget.

KRG spokesperson Jutyar Adil told reporters during a press conference that although Kurdistan’s annual budget share is IQD 12.84 trillion, the central government in Baghdad only sends IQD 5.44 trillion.

Adil explained that the current budget cut is IQD 7.39 trillion and said Erbil “has elaborated this issue to Baghdad and, luckily, there is mutual understanding about the situation.”

Oil revenues, disputed territories, and the federal budget are some of the outstanding issues between the regional and federal government.

According to the spokesperson, the KRG is prepared to hand over the requested 250,000 barrels of oil per day (bpd) to Baghdad, noting that the ongoing budget cut is worth more than the demanded oil.

“There is ongoing communication and coordination between Erbil and Baghdad to find suitable solutions based on the constitution,” he told reporters.

“Kurdistan’s new government is working to increase transparency and improve governmental performance,” Adil added, noting that “both are a priority for the KRG’s ninth cabinet.”    

Regarding the status of disputed areas between Erbil and Baghdad – a dispute meant to be settled through Article 140 of the Iraqi Constitution – the Kurdish official reminded that Kirkuk and Sinjar (Shingal) “are two similar matters.”

“Both consist of various minorities. The KRG has emphasized the importance of their participation in deciding the future of the two cities.”  

On Sunday, a Kurdish lawmaker confirmed that a top delegation from the autonomous Kurdish government would visit Baghdad soon to discuss issues between Kurdistan and Iraq.

The KRG has established several technical teams to discuss unresolved matters between Kurdistan and Iraq, mainly regarding oil and budget cuts, two of the main disputes between Erbil and Baghdad.

The press conference was meant to highlight the major differences between them, and underline the positive initiative from both sides to develop their relationship through dialogue.  

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Member of Parliamentary Finance: distortion in the budget included the paragraph on the delivery of oil revenues of Kurdistan to Baghdad

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2019-08-19 | 14:21
Member of Parliamentary Finance: distortion in the budget included the paragraph on the delivery of oil revenues of Kurdistan to Baghdad

A member of the Parliamentary Finance Adnan al-Zarfi, Monday, that "distortion" in the general budget for 2019 included a paragraph on the delivery of oil revenues of Kurdistan to the central government, while noting that the government does not collect from the border outlets only very small amounts.

He said in an interview with the program "maneuver" broadcast by the Sumerian space, that "the preparation of the general budget of the country suffers from great chaos," pointing out that "distortion in the budget included paragraph No. 10 on the delivery of oil revenues of the region to Baghdad."

Al-Zarfi said that "the body responsible for the manipulation must be held accountable and an investigation should be carried out on the matter," adding that "the Ministry of Finance and the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers confirmed not to add any paragraphs in the 2019 budget."
Zarfi called on the government to "take firm measures against Arbil if it renounces the payment of oil dues."

He added that "the government does not collect from the border outlets only very small amounts," noting that "the outlets of Kurdistan, Basra and Trebil does not deliver its revenues to the state."

He said Zarfi, "133 billion dollars is the size of the debt owed by Iraq," pointing out that "the current government is unable to meet basic needs."

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Deputy of the Democratic Party: the salaries of Kurdistan employees threatened by definitely

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2019-08-19 | 14:29
Deputy of the Democratic Party: the salaries of Kurdistan employees threatened by definitely

The representative of the Democratic Party Ikhlas al-Dulaimi, said Monday, that the salaries of employees of the Kurdistan region "threatened with definitely", attributing this to the demands of some deputies to cut it.

Dulaimi said in an interview with the program "maneuver" broadcast by the Alsumaria TV, that "the region paid large money during the past four years of his own amounts and did not receive any money from Baghdad, and is now submerged in debt," noting that "the problem of the delivery of oil revenues Erbil to Baghdad will be resolved In the coming days".

Dulaimi said, "The salaries of the Kurdistan region is threatened by cutting from Baghdad because of the demands of some members of parliament," adding that "the region wants to solve the oil problem between Baghdad and Erbil."

"The problems of Kurdistan with Baghdad have not been solved so far, including the issue of disputed areas."

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Kurdistan Democratic Party: The coming days will see a solution to the problems with Baghdad, including the budget

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2019-08-19 | 09:20

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The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) bloc, Fian Sabri, said Monday that the visit of the Kurdistan region delegation to Baghdad will be a continuation of the delegations and mutual visits that took place between Baghdad and Erbil, noting that the next few days will see a "solution" to the problems, especially on the budget.

Sabri said in an interview with Alsumaria News, "The Kurdish delegation that will soon come to Baghdad is a continuation of the delegations and mutual visits that took place previously between Baghdad and Erbil," noting that "the continuation of the atmosphere of high coordination and exchange of dialogues away from the language of escalation is the right choice in light of internal challenges And regionalism we live in.

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The regional government reveals the number of its employees and surprised everyone with oil imports

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The regional government reveals the number of its employees and surprised everyone with oil imports
The spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government, Gutiar Adel, on Monday, on the continuation of the payment of salaries of employees of the province with fixed monthly dates, pointing out that Baghdad sends the salaries of 682 thousand employees only.
Adel said during a press conference that "Baghdad and the region agree to resolve the outstanding problems, especially oil and financial files and article 140 of the Constitution and several other files in the interest of both sides have also been formed several committees to discuss and solve problems."
He added: that according to the Financial Budget Law of 2019, which set 12% share for the Kurdistan region, 12 trillion and 800 billion dinars, but Baghdad has sent only 452 billion dinars until the eighth month, stressing that the regional government has good intentions to deal with Baghdad, but will not They give up their rights and are optimistic about reaching an agreement.
Adel said that "the priority of the Kurdistan Regional Government to pay the salaries of employees in fixed monthly dates, pointing out that Baghdad sends the salaries of 682 thousand employees only, while the number of employees in the region more than one million employees."
He stressed that "the provincial government is committed to the payment of salaries on time, noting that the region delivers the revenue of 250 thousand barrels of oil to Baghdad."
The Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi said earlier that "the problem of exporting the Kurdistan region of more than 250 thousand barrels of oil must be resolved, and the budget did not address such a situation, and we need to discuss and dialogue with the region."
And that "the budget law obliged the Kurdistan region to deliver 250 thousand barrels of oil to the federal government every day, and if the region does not deliver this share will cut into the share of the region Mayawazi," stressing Only salaries are a right for our people in Kurdistan because they are our children. "
He pointed out that "the government pays salaries and dues to the Kurdistan region under the budget and do not pay the rest part because the budget law obliged to deduct the corresponding amounts represented by the value of 250 thousand barrels of oil per day."
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Kurdistan "wants" a larger share of the budget: Baghdad draws us more than oil imports

19/08/2019

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The spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government, Monday, that the financial maturity and the share of the region's federal budget amounted to 12.84 trillion dinars, but that Baghdad sends a total of 5.44 trillion dinars only during the year.

Gutiar Adel said that "the amount deducted from the share of the province's federal budget is much greater than the imports obtained by the region from the sale of 250 thousand barrels of oil per day."

Adel said in remarks carried by Kurdish media followed by "Kalamkash Press" that "the Kurdistan region is ready to deliver that amount of crude oil to Baghdad."
Adel said that the amount deducted from the region's share annually is 7.39 trillion dinars, stressing that the provincial government has sent a request to Baghdad in this regard.
"Fortunately, there is a positive understanding on this issue," he said.

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Kurdistan: ready to deposit the price of 250 thousand barrels of oil per day with Baghdad

Political 06:46 - 19/08/2019

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A spokesman for the Kurdistan Regional Government, Gutiar Adel, on Monday, the region's readiness to deposit the price of 250 thousand barrels of oil per day with Baghdad, as agreed previously.
Adel said in a press conference in Erbil, "The share of the Kurdistan region of the financial budget 12.84 trillion dinars, but Baghdad has not sent to Kurdistan since the adoption of the budget only 5.44 trillion dinars and therefore is cut 7.39 trillion dinars."
He added, "The amounts that are deducted from the province's financial share more than the price of 250 thousand barrels, which should be sent by the regional government to Baghdad on a daily basis in accordance with an earlier agreement."
Adel pointed out, "The Kurdistan government demanded the federal government to address this matter while stressing that there is an understanding of this problem by Baghdad," stressing the readiness of the Kurdistan region to deposit oil amounts equivalent to the sale of 250 thousand barrels of oil to Baghdad.
He pointed out that "there are efforts by the regional and federal governments to resolve the problem of disputed areas, where a committee was formed in this regard," pointing out that "the Kurdistan Regional Government stresses that any solution based on the provisions of the Iraqi constitution."

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      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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