The federal government has sent last Sunday, 317 billion dinars to Erbil as salaries to employees of Kurdistan while salaries were disbursed according to the savings system, which led to discontent of employees.
The statement added that “this came during a meeting with members of the Iraqi Contractors Union, where he listened to the difficulties facing the work of the group of contractors and accelerate the procedures for obtaining their rights and plans of the Union to promote the private sector.”
“We have taken decisions for the benefit of contractors as the financial crisis and war expenses intensify, as we are keen to continue their work, which provides job opportunities for citizens and supports the economy of the country,” Abbadi said.
He added that “the circumstances experienced by the country was very difficult, even if the gangs controlled by the terrorist threat to the country to become all the remaining things worthless,” adding that “we won and left stronger and work on the reconstruction and construction of the country.”
“We appreciate the suffering of the contractors and the pressure they are subjected to is great because there are dues for them in the state and we work to overcome obstacles and facilitate procedures in this regard, and we need cooperation to solve these problems,” Abbadi said.
“There are those who are leading a campaign against the private sector, which represents a large segment of society, represented by mourning, carpentry, construction, shopkeepers and many others,” he said.
Since 2018-03-23 at 16:37 (Baghdad time)
Special – Mawazine News
Kurdish source revealed early on Friday, the intention of the Kurdistan Regional Government to pay the salaries of all its employees early next week, noting that Arbil will develop a schedule for the distribution of salaries.
The source told the “Muzazin News”, “The Ministry of Finance in Erbil will begin to distribute salaries of regional staff starting next week.”
The source added that “the ministry will announce on Saturday a new schedule of salaries for all employees.”
The federal government has sent last Sunday, 317 billion dinars to Erbil as salaries to employees of Kurdistan while the salaries were paid according to the savings system, which led to discontent of staff.
Tensions between the governments of Baghdad and Arbil increased after the former provincial president Massoud Barzani held the results of the unconstitutional Kurdistan referendum and sought to annex Kirkuk to the region. This led to orders from the commander-in-chief of the armed forces, Haider al-Abadi. Finished.
The Austrian Airlines announced on Friday the start of its first flights to the Kurdistan Region during the month.
The airline said it would make its first flights to Erbil International Airport on March 26.
Lufthansa, the German airline, announced flights to the same airport on the 27th of the same month.
Turkish Airline said it would also begin its first flights to Erbil International Airport on the 27th of this month.
The first flights of Austria, Germany and Turkey to Kurdistan more than five months when the federal government in Baghdad imposed an international air embargo on airports Erbil and Sulaymaniyah.
Turkish Prime Minister Ben Ali Yildirim announced the resumption of flights to the Kurdistan region, after a ban imposed by the Iraqi Aviation Authority five months ago.
“We announce the lifting of the air embargo imposed on northern Iraq as of today,” Yildirim said.
However, the Turkish Prime Minister said that civil commercial flights from Turkey and Europe to Erbil only and no flights to Sulaymaniyah.
Yildirim did not elaborate on the reasons for keeping the ban on Sulaymaniyah.
Baghdad imposed a ban on international flights to the airports of Erbil and Sulaymaniyah in September last, as part of the “punitive” against Kurdistan against the backdrop of the referendum on independence from Iraq.
Arbil has entered into tough negotiations with Baghdad over the past months in an attempt to restart international flights to the two airports, before Baghdad announced this month lifting the ban on the airports of Arbil and Sulaymaniyah.
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