It is scheduled to go three delegations from Baghdad in the coming days to the Kurdistan region, while stressed the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc on the need to reach the governments of Arbil and Baghdad to an agreement before the arrival of the draft budget to the House of Representatives.
The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party bloc in the House of Representatives, Fian Sabri, said in a press statement that it is scheduled to go three delegations from Baghdad in the coming days to the Kurdistan region, indicating that the delegations are a delegation of the Finance and Economic Committee and the Legal and Oil and Gas Committee.
On the objectives of the visit, Sabri explained that the delegations aim through their visit to Baghdad to increase convergence, adding that those committees see the situation of Kurdistan each through its competence.
On the visit of the oil and gas committee, Sabri confirmed that it is an independent committee composed of members of the oil and gas committee, indicating that it is discussing and follow-up in the oil sector with the Kurdistan Regional Government, which will provide them with all the information they want.
Sabri pointed out that the best solution is the agreement of Arbil and Baghdad to solve the outstanding problems before the arrival of the draft general budget to the House of Representatives, because it is difficult to reach the budget to the Council without the agreement of the two governments.
The Secretary-General of the Council of Ministers Naim Hamid al-Ghazi had earlier in the day to resolve many of the differences and outstanding issues between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government soon.
Al-Ghazzi said in a statement to reporters today, that “there is a negotiating delegation to resolve the outstanding problems with the region with regard to the issue of oil and border ports and disputed areas as well as Kirkuk other topics,” stressing that these are the most prominent points of disagreement between the federal government and the regional government.
“Joint delegations between the two sides are continuing dialogues to solve these problems and soon many will be resolved,” he added.