Arbil / .. The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani, on Wednesday, the region’s readiness to resolve problems with the federal government on the basis of the Constitution, while expressing his hope for continued US support for the Peshmerga forces.
The Presidency of the Kurdistan Government in a statement received “Eye of Iraq News”, a copy of it, “The Kurdistan Regional Government President Nechirvan Barzani and his deputy Kibad Talabani and a number of officials of the Kurdistan region met with a delegation of US military and diplomatic led by US Central Command commander Jean Joseph Futil,” indicating that “The meeting discussed the military and security situation in Iraq and the Kurdistan region, and the post-elimination of Daqash as well as the technical committees talks between Arbil and Baghdad and my meeting Barzani and Prime Minister Haider Abadi in Baghdad and Davos.”
Barzani praised the “continued support and military assistance to the Peshmerga forces in the war against Daqash, expressing his hope for continued assistance,” reiterating the “readiness of the Kurdistan Region to resolve problems with the Iraqi federal government on the basis of the Constitution.”
For his part, Fotil stressed the “continued US military assistance to the Peshmerga forces,” expressing at the same time “his support and satisfaction of the dialogue between Arbil and Baghdad.”
The Kurdistan region suffers from an internal political and economic crisis following the holding of the independence referendum on September 25, while the relationship between the federal government and the Kurdistan region is strained, prompting the central government to impose several measures, including stopping international flights at Erbil and Sulaymaniyah airports.