Policy 07/10/2020 13:11 1104 Editor: ht
Baghdad today – Baghdad
Samir Hawrami, spokesman for the deputy head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Qubad Talabani, confirmed on Friday that there is an intention to resume negotiations between the federal government and the regional government.
Hawrami said in an interview with Baghdad today that “a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government will go to Baghdad after obtaining the approval of the provincial council of ministers to complete the talks in the hope of reaching a comprehensive agreement.”
He added that “previous visits resulted in progress in the negotiations between the two parties, but there are disagreements over technical points and is on the way to solution in accordance with the constitution.”
According to government sources, Baghdad is asking the Kurdistan Regional Government to deliver its oil completely with 50% of the revenue from the border outlets in exchange for 600 billion dinars, while the region requested to deliver oil and half of the revenues of the crossings in exchange for 650 billion and pay the peshmerga salaries