A high Kurdish delegation visits Baghdad

13/8/2019 11:20:00

A high-level government delegation will head to Baghdad after Eid al-Adha to resolve outstanding problems.


The delegation is scheduled to discuss with officials in Baghdad, the financial budget for 2020 and the oil file as well as security conditions in the disputed areas,


A parliamentary source told PUKmedia that the federal and regional governments have good intentions to resolve all outstanding problems, explaining that several committees have been formed to resolve the differences.


He added that the delegation will discuss coordination between the army and the Peshmerga to prevent terrorists from infiltrating, especially in the disputed areas, pointing out that a positive atmosphere prevailed in an earlier meeting between the federal and regional governments, towards the solution of problems.



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