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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 4, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 4, 2016

Post by rocky on Sun 04 Sep 2016, 4:41 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 4, 2016
Posted on September 4, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]KDP: Massoud Barzani seeking support to Kurdish independence in visits to France, Iran and Jordan[/size]
Erbil: A parliament deputy from Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP) stated that the party leader Massoud Barzani is seeking independence for the Iraqi’s Kurdistan region in his upcoming visits to France, Iran and Jordan. Majid Shingali, a Kurdish deputy in Iraqi parliament, told Mawazin News that Barzani will make visits to Paris, Tehran and Amman in the upcoming days in an effort to win support for the independence of the Kurdish region in the north of Iraq. |
[size=13]Kurdish officials’ meeting in Baghdad was ‘crucial’ for oil accord, Zebari says[/size]
Baghdad: Iraq’s Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari on Saturday described a meeting by officials of the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) in Baghdad as “crucial” for a key oil agreement reached last week, and said that attempts by the parliament to bring a no-confidence vote against him were “politically motivated.” “The KRG delegation’s visit to Baghdad was crucial and successful,” Zebari said in an interview with Rudaw TV. “All the pending and basic issues between Erbil and Baghdad were discussed between both sides and the continuation of such meetings will end all the issues,” he said. Last week’s oil agreement in Baghdad followed a meeting Monday between Kurdish Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani and Iraqi Premier Haider al-Abadi.

[size=13]US financial support for Kurdish Peshmerga arrives in Baghdad[/size]
Baghdad: The US financial support for the Kurdish Peshmerga forces of Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has arrived in Baghdad, confirmed a senior Peshmerga official. “As part of the previously-signed MoU between Erbil and Washington, the money of Peshmerga has arrived in a private bank in Baghdad,” Jamal Mohammed, the Peshmerga’s Chief of Staff, told BasNews on Saturday. Without revealing the amount, Mohammed pointed out that the US financial support will be used to pay Peshmerga salaries but “it cannot meet the need to pay all the Peshmerga forces”. In April the U.S. has allocated [size=13]$415 million USD in financial aid to Kurdish Peshmerga forces after Kurdish officials appealed to the U.S. for financial aid. |[/size]
[size=13]Delayed salaries strain Peshmerga, but fighters say they will continue fight against IS[/size]
Erbil: Iraq’s Kurdistan Region’s Peshmerga fighters, who have been fighting the Islamic State (IS) for more than two years, are struggling to make ends meet, despite receiving some of their overdue salaries last week. “We are still missing four months of pay for work,” Ali Khatab Rasul, a Peshmerga infantryman, told Rudaw English. “It’s already gone to pay my bills,” he explained. The Peshmerga – and civil servants in Kurdistan – have been suffering financial hardships due to a severe economic crisis in the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), which has been facing a cash crunch. The war with IS, some 1.8 million refugees and internally displaced being sheltered in the Kurdish enclave, a drop in oil prices and money rows with the central government in Baghdad have put a severe strain on the KRG. “We’ve had no money to pay for food or to pay bills on time,” Rasul said.
[size=13]Eight films competing at Duhok International Film Festival[/size]
Duhok: The 4th Duhok International Film Festival will be kicked off on September 9th in Duhok province in which 8 films are competing for the Best International Feature-Length Film. The festival aims to showcase innovative films of high artistic value and at the 2016 edition of the festival, 17 International Feature Films will be screened as part of the World Cinema Section; 8 films, out of which, are competing for the Yilmaz Güney and Audience Awards given to the Best International Feature-Length Film. However, the festival will begin with the Kurdish film ‘Rashaba’ (storm), directed by Hussein Hasan, which depicts the latest situation in the Kurdistan Region and the Sinjar disaster. In addition, the 4th Duhok International Film Festival will host the cinematographic works of the Scandinavian countries which includes a number of “incredible films.”

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