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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 20, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 20, 2016

Post by rocky on Wed 20 Jul 2016, 6:23 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – July 20, 2016
Posted on July 20, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Jalal Talabani heads to Europe for medical checkup[/size]
Sulaimani: Former Iraqi president and PUK leader Jalal Talabani headed to Europe on Wednesday for medical checkup, PUK website reported. Talabani’s last Europe visit to Europe was in December 2015. Talabani suffered a [size=13]stroke in 2012.[/size]
[size=13]Iraqi Kurdistan’s top three university graduates demand job opportunities[/size]
Sulaimani: The top three university graduates in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region gathered outside Council of Ministers building in the capital, Erbil, on Tuesday to demand for employment opportunities as the regional government observes a moratorium on hiring new civil servants. Over 1,100 young people joined the graduates in their demonstration and said they would continue their protest if the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) failed to respond to their concerns over a lack of jobs for the region’s graduates. “This is the third time we are protesting; if our demands are not met, we will continue the protests,” a representative of the students said. The KRG has been struggling to deal with an ongoing economic crisis that began in early 2014 when the central government withheld budget payments over a dispute regarding oil revenue sharing.

[size=13]Iraq PM accepts resignation of five new ministers[/size]
Baghdad: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who is seeking to replace the current cabinet, has accepted the resignations of five additional ministers, his office said on Tuesday. Abadi issued orders accepting the resignations of the ministers of oil, transport, housing and construction, water resources and industry, as well as interior, which had been previously announced. AFP
[size=13]NOC oil exports from Kirkuk halted since March[/size]
Kirkuk: The export of oil from Kirkuk to Ceyhan ports has now been halted for four months after a suspension from North Oil Company (NOC) beginning in March. Kirkuk oil exports are divided into two parts. Exports under the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) Ministry of Natural Resources continues while exports under the Iraqi government’s Ministry of Oil has been suspended since March 11. The Kirkuk authorities have formed a committee to visit Baghdad in the next few days to resolve the issues related the Kirkuk Governorate, especially the halt of oil exports to Ceyhan ports.

[size=13]Canada pledges $158 mil in humanitarian aid to Iraq[/size]
Ottawa: The Canadian government promised Tuesday to send 158 million dollars (US$121 million) in humanitarian assistance to Iraq, along with up to 200 million dollars in loan guarantees. Nearly all of the humanitarian funds will go toward supporting “the international humanitarian response to help meet the basic needs of conflict-affected Iraqis,” said Canadian Minister of International Development Marie-Claude Bibeau. The 200 million dollar credit guarantee matches the Canadian commitment at the recent G7 summit in Japan to “support Iraq’s economic reform efforts through the World Bank,” said Bibeau. A small fraction of the 158 million dollars will go to the United Nations Development Program focused on helping Iraqis liberated from the Islamic State group to return home. The Canadian contribution comes a day before a Washington donors conference for Iraq. AFP
[size=13]Political tensions must be resolved before Mosul liberation, Barzani says[/size]
Erbil: Masoud Barzani met with Frank Baker, British Ambassador to Iraq, on Tuesday to discuss regional matters and the upcoming Mosul offensive. “Both sides agreed that to avoid deeper tensions and to protect different ethnic groups and prevent disasters from occurring,’’ the statement said, “there must be a political agreement between factions before the Mosul operation begins.”

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