PUKmedia reveals the composition of the visiting Kurdistan Region's delegation to Baghdad

11/9/2019 12:09:00

A delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government will visit Baghdad to discuss outstanding problems with the federal government.


MP of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Shirwan Mirza, said in a special statement to PUKmedia: The Kurdistan region delegation consists of ministers of finance, peshmerga, planning, interior, agriculture and a number of other officials.


He added: The Kurdistan Regional Government sent the names of the delegation formally to the federal government and waiting for the arrival of the response of the federal government to determine the date of the joint meeting and the delegation went to the capital Baghdad.


He continued: The delegation will discuss with officials in the federal government, the oil and budget and the normalization of the situation in the cut off areas, and I think that the visit will take place next week.



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