removed more than 100 Kurdish policemen from the disputed area between Erbil and Baghdad

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The head of the Sinjar district council in Ninewa province, Wes Naif, said on Saturday that the popular crowd is seeking to keep any Kurd in the region and replace the Arabs.

The official website of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) quoted Nayef as saying that Sinjar and its environs are witnessing a campaign of “Arabization and propagation” and a demographic change similar to that of the former regime.

Nayef said Kurdish police had been removed from Zammar and Arab elements had been brought in to replace them. “In Sinjar, the wanted person is also forced to join a police course in Kut province in southern Iraq,” he said.

The official website of the Democratic Party, which he described as a well-informed source in Zammar, declined to mention his name. “All the administrative and military posts are now in the hands of the Shiites,” he said, adding that the grassroots crowd had recently been removed from Zamor, the Kordian agriculture and police chief. Kurdish police and the appointment of 110 followers of the Shiite sect.

In this regard, the official of the Kurdistan Democratic Party Committee in Sinjar Hassan Khalo to the site of his party that the popular crowd is making many violations and collect money from the people and raise the Iraqi media and images of references to all Shiite institutions and prevents writing in Kurdish and did not remain on the Kurdish police in the region.

Zammar is one of the disputed areas between Arbil and Baghdad and is located on the Iraqi-Syrian wadi with a population of more than 50,000 and dominated by the popular crowd.

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Urgent .. Hours and announce Hakim and Abadi and Amiri and Sadr for their alliance

13-01-2018 11:30 PM

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Al-Furat news that the next hours will witness the announcement of an alliance that includes the head of the stream of wisdom Ammar al-Hakim and the head of the Fatah alliance Hadi al-Amri, Prime Minister Haider Abadi and leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr.

The sources confirmed that an important meeting brings together the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr and the head of the stream of wisdom, Ammar al-Hakim to reach an agreement on points not yet resolved, follows

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Positive talks between the center and the region and another round in Erbil

Editorial Date: 2018/1/13 23:42

Baghdad: The delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government, which visited on Saturday, the capital Baghdad, that the talks with the federal government was positive, noting that “a delegation from the federal government will visit Erbil next Monday to discuss issues related to airports and issues of disagreement between the two sides “He said.

The delegation of the provincial government issued a statement on its meeting with officials in the federal government, and said: “With a view to the implementation of the decision of the Secretariat of the Council of Ministers of Iraq {137} for 2017, issued by the Prime Minister, Haider Abadi, and included the formation of a high committee to resolve disputes with the Kurdistan region, Border crossings, airports, dam management, visited this morning a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government headed by Karim Sinjari (Interior Minister) of Baghdad.

The statement added that the delegation of the Kurdistan region held talks with a special committee of the federal government under the supervision of Interior Minister Qassim al-Araji, pointing out that the meetings were positive.

According to the statement, “Araji stressed the treatment of differences between Erbil and Baghdad and the need to manage border crossings and customs, airports and dams in accordance with the Constitution and the law.”

The statement pointed out that Interior Minister Karim Sinjari, who headed the delegation, stressed that “representatives of the Ministry of the Interior, the Civil Aviation Authority, the Border Crossings Authority, the Directorate of Dams and the Directorate of Intelligence presented all their basic and main observations regarding the regulation of the relationship between the federal government and the provincial government.”

The statement pointed out that “the discussions were intensive and clear with the Government of Baghdad on the points presented by the members of the government delegation.”

The statement concluded that “the two sides agreed to organize another bilateral meeting in the light of the points agreed upon,” pointing out that “it was decided that the next meeting next Monday in Erbil in order to free the two sides a comprehensive inventory of treatments and solutions that are agreed upon and raised the problems that Need a decision from the Council of Ministers and necessary to manage activities at the border crossings and civil airports and dams. ”

The Interior Ministry spokesman, Saad Maan, said that “the Federal Ministry of Interior held a meeting headed by Interior Minister Qassim Araji with a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government, Karim Sinjari,” explaining that “the meeting was fruitful and filled with an atmosphere of harmony and understanding.”

Maan added: “The meeting began to convey greetings of Iraqi President, Haider Abadi to the delegation,” asserting that “the delegation of the region showed a clear understanding and response in accordance with the Iraqi constitution and the laws.”

A spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior that “it was clear why the accumulation of some problems is lack of communication because the real communication between the ministries and the sincere intention certainly will have the best solution for all problems between ministries and the like.”

He continued Maan, “especially a lot of detailed matters concerning the Ministry of the Interior, for example, Directorate of nationality and other departments are the federal departments supported by the Ministry of Interior, especially the national card for example, passports and others.”

He stressed that “there are many understandings between the two sides,” pointing out that “there is a detailed meeting of all these matters and discussions on Monday next.”

It is noteworthy that a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government headed by Interior Minister Karim Sinjari had arrived earlier in the day to the capital Baghdad for talks with officials in the federal government on the management of border crossings.

On September 28, Baghdad imposed a ban on international flights at Erbil and Sulaymaniyah airports following the referendum on independence on the 25th of the same month.

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Advisor: an initiative infallible to resolve the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil succeeded .. This guide

 

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Saturday 13 January 2018 04:32 pm

Baghdad / / .. Advisor to the President of the Republic Amir Kanani, Saturday, the success of the initiative of President Fuad Masum to resolve the crisis and outstanding differences between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government.

Al-Kanani told “Iraq’s News” that “the initiative is infallible to resolve the differences between Baghdad and Erbil have achieved successes on the ground, all visits exchanged between the two sides came within the President of the Republic, which moved the deadlock between the parties,” noting that ” Rather than political, there are visits to the Kurdish and federal technical committees. “

The adviser to the President of the Republic that “the evidence of the success of the initiative of Masoum is the visit of Kurdish delegations to Baghdad and met with Prime Minister Haider Abadi federal officials, as well as sending Abadi delegation representing Baghdad to the region and his meeting with the Minister of the Interior of Kurdistan to discuss the extradition of borders and outstanding technical differences, and today the Minister of Interior of the province in the capital Baghdad, and this is the fruits of the success of the initiative of Fuad Masum. ” Finished

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Sources: an agreement in principle with Baghdad to end the international ban on airports in Kurdistan by this date

Sources: an agreement in principle with Baghdad to end the international ban on airports in Kurdistan by this date
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The Kurdistan Regional Government said on Saturday that the meetings of the delegation of the province, which visited Baghdad has resulted in a preliminary agreement to end the ban on international flights on airports Erbil and Sulaymaniyah.

The sources said today, that the delegation of Kurdistan reached a preliminary agreement with Baghdad to lift the ban on international flights on the 25th of this month.

The sources added that the terms of the agreement will be clearer in the next meeting between the two sides.

The delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government, which visited Baghdad earlier in the day for talks described positively with the federal government, announcing that a delegation from Baghdad will go to Erbil on Monday to discuss the points that were agreed to discuss in order to reach agreement on them.

In a statement to the Kurdistan delegation, it was reported to the twilight news that it had held talks with a special committee of the federal government under the supervision of Interior Minister Qassem al-Araji, describing the talks as positive.

The statement added that Araji stressed during the meeting to address the differences between Arbil and Baghdad and the need to manage the border crossings and customs, airports and dams in accordance with the Constitution and the law, according to his description.

The statement pointed out that Interior Minister Karim Sinjari, who heads the Kurdistan delegation, stressed that during the talks, the representatives of the Ministry of Interior and Civil Aviation Authority and the Border Crossings Authority and the Directorate of Dams and the Directorate of Intelligence put forward all their main and main observations on the regulation of the relationship between the federal government and the provincial government, Intensive and clear with the Baghdad government on the points presented by the members of the government delegation.

The statement added that at the end of the two sides agreed to organize another bilateral meeting in the light of the points agreed upon, pointing out that it was decided to be the next meeting next Monday in Erbil in order to free the two sides a comprehensive package of treatments and solutions that are agreed upon and raise the problems that need To a decision by the Council of Ministers and necessary for the management of activities at the border crossings, civil airports and dams.

The spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior Major General Saad Maan had announced earlier in the day to hold a “fruitful” meeting of the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government headed by Interior Minister Karim Sinjari with the delegation of the Iraqi government headed by the Minister of Interior Federal Qassim Araji, revealing a second meeting between the delegations on Next Monday without specifying the location.

It is noteworthy that a delegation from the Government of Kurdistan headed by Interior Minister Karim Sinjari arrived earlier in the day to the capital Baghdad, in order to negotiate a joint administration of ports and border crossings land and airports.

This is the first official delegation to Kurdistan, which will visit Baghdad after the referendum held on 25 September 2017, which supported 93% of the voters for independence from Iraq, and took Baghdad after several punitive measures against the region, including the ban on international flights from the airports of Kurdistan.

Government of Kurdistan: So we will distribute salaries until the final agreement with Baghdad

Government of Kurdistan: So we will distribute salaries until the final agreement with Baghdad
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In a speech on the distribution of salaries in the Kurdistan Region, a spokesman for the provincial government, Sven Dzi, said Saturday that the salaries will be distributed according to the revenues collected until the agreement with Baghdad.

Dzei said in a press statement that his government will not wait until the signing of a final agreement with the Iraqi government, but it will continue to distribute salaries until Baghdad send them.

“After the events of 16 October last year, the revenues of the provincial government decreased by 50 percent and do not suffice for the salaries of all employees,” he said, pointing out that she will distribute salaries from the revenues generated from the sale of oil and internal revenues.

Dzii’s comments came at a time when the staff of the province did not receive salaries for three months last year, while some of the employees of the Ministry of Peshmerga did not receive salaries for the ninth month of the same year. The employees wait for the resumption of the distribution of salaries. The information indicates that the salaries of the first month will be distributed soon, Late last year savings for staff.

Kurdistan government delegation announces the results of its meetings in Baghdad and reveals: the meeting Monday in Erbil

 

Kurdistan government delegation announces the results of its meetings in Baghdad and reveals: the meeting Monday in Erbil
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“The delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government, which visited Baghdad on Saturday, for talks described by the positive with the federal government, announcing that a delegation from Baghdad will go to Erbil on Monday to discuss the points agreed to discuss in order to reach agreement on them.

In a statement to the Kurdistan delegation, it was reported to the twilight news that it had held talks with a special committee of the federal government under the supervision of Interior Minister Qassem al-Araji, describing the talks as positive.

The statement added that Araji stressed during the meeting to address the differences between Arbil and Baghdad and the need to manage the border crossings and customs, airports and dams in accordance with the Constitution and the law, according to his description.

The statement pointed out that Interior Minister Karim Sinjari, who heads the Kurdistan delegation, stressed that during the talks, the representatives of the Ministry of Interior and Civil Aviation Authority and the Border Crossings Authority and the Directorate of Dams and the Directorate of Intelligence put forward all their main and main observations on the regulation of the relationship between the federal government and the provincial government, Intensive and clear with the Baghdad government on the points presented by the members of the government delegation.

The statement added that at the end of the two sides agreed to organize another bilateral meeting in the light of the points agreed upon, pointing out that it was decided to be the next meeting next Monday in Erbil in order to free the two sides a comprehensive package of treatments and solutions that are agreed upon and raise the problems that need To a decision by the Council of Ministers and necessary for the management of activities at the border crossings, civil airports and dams.

The spokesman for the Ministry of the Interior Major General Saad Maan had announced earlier in the day to hold a “fruitful” meeting of the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government headed by Interior Minister Karim Sinjari with the delegation of the Iraqi government headed by the Minister of Interior Federal Qassim Araji, revealing a second meeting between the delegations on Next Monday without specifying the location.

It is noteworthy that a delegation from the Government of Kurdistan headed by Interior Minister Karim Sinjari arrived earlier in the day to the capital Baghdad, in order to negotiate a joint administration of ports and border crossings land and airports.

This is the first official delegation to Kurdistan, which will visit Baghdad after the referendum held on 25 September 2017, which supported 93% of the voters for independence from Iraq, and took Baghdad after several punitive measures against the region, including the ban on international flights from the airports of Kurdistan.