The KRG discusses the results of the talks with Baghdad

24/11/2019 11:29:00

Today, Saturday, the presidency of the Kurdistan Regional Government began a meeting with the government delegation that visited the capital Baghdad.


A source familiar with PUKmedia said: "The meeting of Masrour Barzani, Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, and Qubad Talabani, Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government, with the government delegation began a short while ago."


"The meeting will discuss the results of the delegation's talks with the federal government officials on the oil files and the share of the Kurdistan region of the federal budget for 2020," the source added.


The delegation of the Kurdistan Region consisted of Minister of Finance and Economy Awat Sheikh Janab, Minister of State Khalid Shwani, Chief of the Cabinet of Ministers Omed Sabah and Secretary of the Council of Ministers of the region Amanj Rahim.




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