Tuesday 30-08-2016 | 12:56:56
Twilight News / Search head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Nechirvan Barzani and Iraqi Parliament Speaker Salim al-Jubouri on Tuesday the role of the Kurdish Peshmerga forces in the upcoming battle to wrest Mosul of al Daesh.
This came during a meeting with al-Jubouri, the delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government, headed by Barzani and the membership of Fouad Hussein and Rose Nuri Shaways in his office in parliament, according to a statement of the Presidency of the Council of Representatives responded to Twilight News.
The statement said that "During the meeting, they discussed several issues, most notably the recent victories over Daesh gangs, and the role of the Peshmerga forces in support, and Althaoh of the Battle of Nineveh anticipated,".
They also discussed "the importance of the role of the House of Representatives in improving the relationship between the federal government and the province."
Jubouri said, "The liberation of Nineveh plan should come integrated, assimilated and military effort is required, and the political configuration necessary, and the vision to be ownership of the post-Daesh."
He pointed out that "post-Daesh new phase should all parties involved in construction operations and rehabilitation, and re-displaced people, arrange Musli house, which was severely affected by what happened."
He said Iraq's parliament speaker said "the Kurdistan region remains a safe babysitter for the millions of displaced families, and that this attitude of respect and appreciated."
And about the relationship between the center and the region he confirmed that "exceeded dilemmas with the central government, a national task," pointing out that "any internal disagreement will be used by the terror passively, we do not want to turn back."
He explained, "We in the House have we set out to re-activate the legislative and supervisory role, and we will make sure that everyone has equal opportunities, and the space itself to exercise its role dynamically."
The Kurdish government delegation has arrived in Baghdad yesterday and met with Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, during which they discussed the outstanding issues between the two parties and the upcoming military campaign against Daesh in Mosul.
The two sides reached an agreement to hold technical talks between the Oil Ministry and the Federal and natural resources in the region on issues related to the production and export of oil from fields in the region and Kirkuk.