New Zealand prime minister John Key has told the Labor opposition to ‘get some guts’ and support his move to send troops to the Middle East. Key’s government has announced it will send soldiers to train Iraqi government forces to fight against Islamic State militants, although they will not go into combat themselves. Up to 143 New Zealand soldiers will join Australian forces there
He called on the Kurdish blocs, beauty Panthers, to abide by the Convention of oil between Baghdad and Erbil.
The Panthers told all of Iraq [where], that “there are texts that have been agreed upon between the parties, Avredt the region send 250 000 barrels of existing wells in Kurdistan and 300 000 barrels of Kirkuk province, as well as the imposition of an agreement on the federal government’s commitment to Send 17 percent of the federal budget to Arbil. “
It is said that a delegation from the region, headed by the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Barzani, has paid a visit to Baghdad by the activation of the oil agreement signed between Baghdad and Erbil late last year, but the negotiations did not produce any result.
And strengthened the opinion of the lack of agreement to what he said Barzani after the talks that took place in two rounds with Baghdad “that Iraq is going through a severe financial crisis, was the reason for not being able to send the region’s share of the financial budget,” adding, “We have agreed with the bankrupt state,” reiterated the commitment of the Government of the region’s oil agreement between Erbil and Baghdad.
However, head of the provincial government, saying that “the implementation of the agreement will require the commitment of the parties, and if Baghdad did not send the share of Kurdistan, the region also will not export oil for the benefit of the Iraqi government,” pointing to “a proposal for Baghdad to send $ 300 million just out of the billion dollars a share of the province of the federal budget, because it is now able to deliver 1.2 trillion dinars accrued to the region “.anthy 2