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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 19, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 19, 2016

Post by rocky on Fri 19 Aug 2016, 5:54 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 19, 2016
Posted on August 19, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Russia confident arms provided to Peshmerga won’t end up on black market[/size]
Erbil: The Russian Consulate in Erbil expressed confidence on Thursday that weapons transferred from Russia to Iraq’s Kurdistan Region, for use against the Islamic State (IS), would not end up in the wrong hands. A senior staff member at the Russian Consulate, Evgeny Kazantsev, said strict measures have been taken by Kurdish leadership to prevent the sale of arms deliveries in the black market. Kazantsev, cited by the Russian media network RT, said the consulate is not afraid weapons and ammunition provided to Kurdish forces will end up on the black market. Germany put a stop to its weapons’ deliveries in January after reports surfaced that some of the weapons sent to the Kurdistan Region ended up on the [size=13]black market. Germany has resumed supplying weapons to Kurdistan following assurances by the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) that the arms would not be sold in the black market.[/size]
[size=13]Iraqi parliament speaker to visit Iran and Turkey[/size]
Tehran: Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim Al-Jabouri is to arrive in Tehran on Saturday for official talks with the Iranian officials. Al-Jabouri will hold talks with his Iranian counterpart Ali Larijani and Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif during his stay in Tehran. After Tehran, the Iraqi official, also head of Inter-Parliamentary Union, is slated to visit Turkey to discuss mutual cooperation and issues on the union. Head of Iraqi Parliament Speaker’s Office said last week in a statement that Al-Jabouri will soon visit Tehran to discuss regional developments and Iraqi situation. Dialogue about operations to liberate Neinava province will be one of the topics of discussions during his upcoming visit, the statement said.

[size=13]PUK, KDP to discuss internal problems and disputes between Kurdistan and Baghdad govt[/size]
Sulaimani: The leading figure in the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan PUK announced on Wednesday that his party will resume bilateral meetings with the Kurdistan Democratic Party KDP in order to find effective solutions to activate the legislative institutions and to normalize the internal political situation and the differences between Kurdistan government and Iraq’s federal government in Baghdad. Saadi Ahmed Pira, member of the political bureau of the PUK said in a statement to NINA “The PUK, and KDP will meet early next week in an effort to find quick solutions to resolve the political problems and to activate the Kurdish parliament.” He pointed out that: “The meeting will focus on a number of important issues which relate to the fight against terrorism and normalizing the internal political situation and relations between the province and the central government, in addition to the living conditions of the citizens and the crisis in the salaries of staff in the region,” |
[size=13]Hundreds displaced in Hawija after fleeing IS-held Iraqi town to Peshmerga controlled areas[/size]
Kirkuk: Hundreds are fleeing a northern Iraqi town controlled by the Islamic State (IS) ahead of a planned assault that could be key to retaking the militant stronghold of Mosul, 100 km (60 miles) further north. As many as 400 people have fled from Hawija, 210 kilometers (130 miles) north of Baghdad, over the past two days to Peshmerga controlled areas west of the oil-rich city of Kirkuk, according to the Kurdistan Freedom Party (PAK), a Kurdish political party that has been fighting alongside Peshmerga forces. The displaced civilians said they walked for more than 10 hours in fields full of mines and explosives until they reached a military post 30 km west of the city of Kirkuk, Sabha Ahmed from Hawija said as she sat in a makeshift camp in the open desert under the blistering heat of sun with group of women and children.

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