Kurdistan delegation to Baghdad: There is more convergence in the diagnosis of outstanding problems between Arbil and Baghdad


 

 

Iraq
By Ziad al-Haidari 2 hours ago
الوفد الكوردستاني الى بغداد: هناك تقارب اكثر في تشخيص المشاكل العالقة بين اربيل وبغداد
Kurdistan delegation to Baghdad: There is more convergence in the diagnosis of outstanding problems between Arbil and Baghdad

Roudao – Erbil

The head of the delegation of the Supreme Council for the referendum in the Kurdistan Region, Rowe Nuri Shaways, on Sunday, that there is more convergence in the diagnosis of outstanding problems between Erbil and Baghdad.

This came in a joint press conference held by Shaways with the MP of the National Alliance Amer Khuzaie, and quoted by the network Rowaudo media, where he said Khuzaie that “we have political references in any decision we may take in two weeks, where he addressed a lot of issues, including the question of the referendum” .

On the atmosphere and the results of the meetings Shaways said, “The meetings were frank and friendly and was an open dialogue, we discussed a lot of political and operational problems that may lead to crises, and we have reached a convergence more than before in resolving these outstanding problems to be a factor in the stability of the region.

On Monday, 14-8-2017, a high-level delegation from the Kurdistan Region arrived in the Iraqi capital Baghdad to discuss the issue of holding an independence referendum with federal government officials and holding its first meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, followed by meetings and meetings with a number of ambassadors. States, personalities and political blocs in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.

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