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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 29, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 29, 2016

Post by rocky on Mon 29 Aug 2016, 6:15 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – August 29, 2016
Posted on August 29, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Governor says would not allow Kirkuk oil export to Iran[/size]
Kirkuk: The governor of the Iraqi northern province of Kirkuk stated that he would not let the flow of the province’s oil to Iran through tankers. According to Kurdistan 24 TV, Najam al-din Karim’s remark was a reaction to recent statements by Iraqi officials that Baghdad is to send Kirkuk’s oil to Iran. He stated that Kirkuk governorate would strongly oppose to the plan. His remarks are at a time that some Kirkuk oil fields are exporting oil to Turkey through oil pipe lines. Officials in Baghdad have resumed talks with Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) over the oil debate between the two sides but have warned to send Kirkuk’s oil to Iran if the talks led to no avail.
[size=13]Timetable for Iraqi Kurdistan govt delegation’s visit to Baghdad still unclear, spokesman says[/size]
Erbil: The schedule for a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to visit Baghdad and meet with senior Iraqi officials is still unclear, KRG spokesman Safeen Dizayee said on Sunday. Dizayee, quoted by a Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) website, discussed plans for a KRG delegation’s visit to Baghdad but said the time has not yet been indicated. Dizayee said there were many issues between Erbil and Baghdad, adding the priority between the two is now cooperation in the fight against Islamic State (IS) militants. “A broad meeting will be held soon at a high level to discuss a joint project for assistance in the liberation of Mosul,” Dizayee said.

[size=13]PUK requests Baghdad provide one-month salary to Kurdish teachers[/size]
Sulimani: The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) called on the Iraqi government to provide a one-month salary to teachers in the Kurdistan Region, a PUK official said on Sunday. The Kurdistan Regional Government has struggled to pay the wages of public employees amid the financial crisis facing the region. The head of the PUK Politburo, Mala Bakhtiar, held a press conference on Sunday to discuss the PUK delegation’s visit to Baghdad last week. Bakhtiar said the delegation had called on Iraqi PM Haider al-Abadi to provide a one-month salary for teachers in the Kurdistan Region, in order for the process of education to not come to a halt. The Iraqi government said Baghdad is also facing an economic crisis and they would respond to the PUK’s request after an evaluation. “Baghdad is ready to discuss the issues of oil, gas and their revenue with the Kurdistan Region,” Bakhtiar said. “I think Baghdad and Erbil should reach an agreement as the oil price and exports don’t provide enough money for salaries.”
[size=13]KRG delegation to visit Flanders Region of Belgium[/size]
Erbil: A high delegation from Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) will visit the region of Flanders in Belgium on Monday to meet with senior officials. The KRG delegation, headed by Minister of Planning Ali Sindi, will visit the region on the request of the Minister-President of Flanders, Geert Bourgeois, NRT report.  Hassan said the delegation will meet Bourgeois along with a number of Flemish ministers. The delegation will also visit some other areas to see a number of strategic projects in Flanders. Bourgeois visited the Kurdistan Region in May at the request of KRG Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani as part of the KRG’s activities to make and strengthen political, diplomatic and economic relations with Belgium.
[size=13]25 Yazidi refugee families return to Iraqi Kurdistan from Syria[/size]
Erbil: Over 25 Kurdish Yazidi families, who have previously fled to Syria in the wake of the Islamic State (IS) rampage, returned home this week. After their arrival, some of the families find their homes either destroyed or yet to be liberated, therefore, most of them are now being resettled near the Sharfaddin Temple or on the Sinjar mountain. Despite knowing that they will again be resettled in IDP camps, more Yazidi refugees in Newroz camp of the Syrian Kurdistan are now registering to voluntarily return to Iraqi Kurdistan. |

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