‏of the Presidency of the Republic talks about developments “very close” to resolve the crisis in Baghdad – Kurdistan

Twilight News

3 hours ago

Shafaq News / The Presidency of the Republic of Iraq on the developments and movements file resume dialogue between Baghdad and the Kurdistan Region.

The source told an official in the presidency of the twilight News that the presidency “received positive responses from Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Abadi and Kurdistan Regional Government President Najirvan Barzani on an initiative put forward by President Fuad Masum.”

“Very soon there will be developments in this file.” Without giving further details.

“The role of the United Nations in this dialogue will be limited to providing technical advice, not dialogue, and the international community’s concern for this dialogue may mean internationalizing the issue,” said the source, who asked not to be named.

The relationship between Baghdad and Arbil, already tense because of the accumulation of previous differences. The rise of Kurdistan to hold a referendum on independence from Iraq political dispute.

After that, Baghdad began to impose a ban on international flights to and from the region after his administration refused to hand over Erbil and Sulaymaniyah airports to the Iraqi government.

Baghdad threatened that it would do whatever it takes to impose federal powers on the territory.

He called on the region on more than one occasion the Iraqi government to conduct dialogue under international supervision to resolve the problems. However, Kurdish officials believe that Baghdad is not conducive to dialogue.




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