A senior delegation from the region is visiting Baghdad

Release date: 2019/4/28 22:01 
Baghdad: The Minister of Planning in the Kurdistan Regional Government, said today’s meeting between the two delegations of the region and Baghdad has been very successful in many areas and next week will visit a delegation from the Kurdistan region to Baghdad for permission to import from Baghdad.
A senior delegation from the federal government arrived in Erbil on Sunday.
Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives Bashir Al Haddad said that the delegation included ministers of “Industry, Planning, Trade, Culture, Chairman of the Investment Authority and Governor of the Central Bank.”
He added that “the goal of the visit is to find a mechanism to resolve the outstanding problems between Erbil and Baghdad.”
“The meeting was successful and the two sides agreed in many areas,” the Kurdistan Regional Government’s KRG minister of planning and industry minister told a joint news conference.
“The aim of today’s meeting is the participation of the provincial government to organize the work and activities of the two governments, as well as the coordination and facilitation of trade affairs between the region and Baghdad in a number of areas,” Ali Sindi, minister of planning in the region.
He explained that “the Jalal of the meeting discussed the issue of permission to establish factories and export products easily to Baghdad and other Iraqi provinces and for the purpose of import permission, will visit a delegation from the Kurdistan region next week to Baghdad.
For his part, Mohammed Hashim, Minister of Trade in the federal government during the conference, said that “during the meeting, the issue of customs points, devices and goods that are imported with the issuance of an agricultural newspaper for the import of agricultural products.”

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