What did the delegations of countries met by Abadi in Munich asked about the differences between Erbil and Baghdad?

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The news agency reported on Saturday that the delegations of countries that Abadi met on the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference asked him to expedite the resolution of differences and outstanding issues between Erbil and Baghdad.

Abadi had met on the sidelines of the conference held in Munich a group of delegations and personalities from other countries, most notably the American delegation and the French, British and German.

Sources said at the conference, “Abadi is under international pressure on ending the problems with the Kurdistan Regional Government and opening a new page.”

The sources added that “all the international met Abadi on the sidelines of the conference requested the fastest in resolving the differences between Baghdad and Erbil.”

Abadi arrived Friday evening at Munich International Airport to attend the Munich Security Conference.

The conference, which took place on Friday in Munich, will last for more than 600 days between a prime minister and ministers and officials from various countries.

A delegation from the Kurdistan Region, headed by Prime Minister of Kurdistan Nezhirvan Barzani and includes the adviser of the security of the region pleased Barzani, and the President of the Office of the Presidency of the Territory Fuad Hussein, and the external relations in the regional government Falah Mustafa arrived on Thursday to Germany at the official invitation to attend the Munich Security Conference, It lasts for three days.



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