Merzur Barzani: We reached with Abadi visions and ideas common to resolve differences

Political Since 2018-02-17 at 17:46 (Baghdad time)

Baghdad – Mawazine News

The Kurdistan Region security adviser, Massur Barzani, Saturday, that the delegation of the territorial government reached with the Prime Minister Haider Abadi, during a meeting of the parties in the German capital Munich, to visions and ideas common to resolve differences between the center and the region.

“The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, during the meeting with the delegation of the provincial government, Baghdad’s readiness to resolve the differences with Erbil,” said Barzani, in a statement received by “Mawazin News” copy of it, adding that “it takes time to resolve all outstanding issues.”

“We have reached good common visions and ideas and have made promises to solve some of these problems as an expression of their good intentions,” he said. “We will wait, will these problems be resolved on the ground or not?”

He stressed the “importance of the adoption of the Iraqi constitution as a basis to resolve all outstanding issues,” pointing out that “the embargo file imposed by Baghdad on international flights at the airports of Kurdistan, was discussed with Abadi.”

He stressed that “Abadi, expressed the government’s willingness to lift the ban on airports but after resolving some of the remaining technical issues,” adding that “the Kurdistan Regional Government is ready to help facilitate the process.”

Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi held a meeting with Kurdistan Regional Government President Nigervan Barzani and his accompanying delegation in the German capital of Munich.

Abadi left Friday evening for the Munich Security Conference in Germany

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