KRG Cabinet discusses results of dialogue with the Federal Government


4/12/2019 11:28:00
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The Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers will hold its regular meeting on Wednesday to discuss the results of the dialogues with the federal government.

 

Samir Hawrami, spokesman for the Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, Qubad Talabani said in a statement to PUKmedia: "The Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers will hold its regular meeting under the chairmanship of Prime Minister of the KRG Masrour Barzani, Deputy Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, and Qubad Talabani."

 

"The meeting will discuss the results of dialogues with the federal government on the preparation of the draft federal budget law for 2020 and the problems facing the electricity sector," he added.

 

Dialogues between the KRG and the federal government have been ongoing for a while now on the issues of budget, oil and the outstanding problems between Baghdad and Erbil. 

 

KRG delegation held many meetings with the federal government, where before this KRG delegation 2 different delegation visisted the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, one of whom was headed by KRG Prime Minister, Masrour Barzani. 

 

 

 

PUKmedia

 

 

 


 

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