A delegation from the regional government visits Baghdad over the weekend to resolve outstanding issues


Release date:: 2019/8/18 16:01

BAGHDAD: The talks between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) will resume this weekend, with several committees set up for this purpose.

According to the information, “the Kurdistan Regional Government identified its members in the legal and technical committees concerned with the negotiation with the federal government, and completed preparations to visit Baghdad this week for a dialogue on the settlement of differences between the two sides.”

“A delegation from the Kurdistan region is scheduled to visit Baghdad this week,” said Fares Issa, head of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Baghdad.

During the previous meetings between Baghdad and Erbil, it was decided to form two committees, one legal and the other technical to negotiate between the two sides, and is scheduled to hold the first round of talks in Baghdad.

At the first meeting of the Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers held in mid-July, emphasis was placed on improving relations with Baghdad.

A senior delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government, headed by Masroor Barzani, visited Baghdad on July 16, where he met with the three Iraqi presidencies.

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