BAGHDAD / obelisk: Stressed the official spokesman of the Kurdistan Regional Government Sven Dzy, Saturday, that the provincial government delegation will visit Baghdad tomorrow to hold talks to address the problems between the two parties, stressing that the Kurdistan region of tomorrow will open the doors of dialogue in the hope of access to the results of the final agreement to address the problems.
He Dzy in a statement posted on the official website of the Kurdistan Regional Government that “a delegation from the Kurdistan region will visit, next Sunday, Baghdad, headed by President of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani, and the membership of the Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani and a number of ministers and advisers,” noting that “the visit comes after the initial agreement between the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan region and Oil Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi is the start of a serious dialogue and to take steps to resolve the problems between Erbil and Baghdad. ”
Dzy “The Kurdistan Regional Government has always stressed to address problems with Baghdad through dialogue and understanding to reach a solution that satisfies all parties,” explaining that “the Kurdistan Regional Delegation will open tomorrow the door of dialogue in the hope of access to the results of the final agreement to address the problems.”
He was a member of the Kurdistan Regional Parliament Dilshad Shaaban Cdon Territory Parliament formally recommended the Kurdistan delegation negotiating with Baghdad to demand real share of the region amounting to 17% of the general budget, stressing that the parliament authorized the government to sell oil in the region in the absence of the parties to reach a final solution.
The Kurdistan Regional Government announced on 13 this November, agreed with Baghdad to reach a just and comprehensive solution to the problems between the two sides, saying that the federal government would pay for the region of $ 500 million and will transform the Government of the Territory of 150 thousand barrels of crude oil per day at the disposal of the government Federal.