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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 14, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 14, 2016

Post by rocky on Wed Sep 14, 2016 4:05 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 14, 2016
Posted on September 14, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Some $3 million of Kirkuk oil is sold to Iran each month: parliament deputy[/size]
Erbil: A deputy in Kurdistan Region’s local parliament has stated that some 3 million dollars of oil in the Iraqi northern province of Kirkuk is [size=13]sent to Iran each month. According to Kirkuknow website, Sherko Jawdet, also the chief of the region’s Commission of Natural Resources, stated that each month some 3 million dollars of oil goes from Kirkuk to Iran through tankers. He, however, stated that he is not aware where does the income go and who keeps it. The remarks come weeks after the Kurdish region and Baghdad agreed on exporting 150,000 barrels of oil per day and dividing its incomes between the two governments.[/size]
[size=13]Iraqi MP accused the Kurdish forces of choking clamp on Shabak members of Shiite militia in Kurdistan[/size]

Baghdad: Iraqi Shabak MP for the Bader block Hanin al- Qadu accused the Kurdish security forces (Asayish) of choking clamp on the Shabak elements belonging to the popular crowd living in Iraqi Kurdistan capital of Erbil. He said in a statement on Monday that the Asayish summoned the Shabak to these Asayish headquarters and threatening them not to join the brigade of the Shiite popular crowd and the expulsion of families from the region in the case not to cut their relationship with the crows troops . He pointed out that these practices come within the desperate attempts to prevent the crowd from participating in the liberation of Nineveh province, “to pass the expansionist agendas” for those troops associated with Massoud Barzani. |
[size=13]Peshmerga ask Finland for increased military support[/size]
Helsinki: The Kurdish Peshmerga have asked Finland to remain in Iraq’s Kurdistan Region after the war on the Islamic State (IS) during the visit of a delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to the northern European nation that is a member of the global anti-IS coalition. They have also asked for more military support for Peshmerga forces. “On Tuesday, we met with deputy Finnish parliament speaker Mauri Pekkarinen, and defense and foreign committees at the Finnish parliament. We discussed the Peshmerga, the war on IS, and collaboration” between the two nations, Brigadier General Hazhar, a member of the Peshmerga delegation, told Rudaw. Finland has 100 specialist military personnel in the Kurdistan Region, training Peshmerga in its fight against IS.
[size=13]Iraqis celebrate Eid in Kurdistan, away from Baghdad’s bombs[/size]
Erbil: The majority of the thousands of tourists visiting the attractions of the Kurdistan Region during the Eid holiday are from central and southern Iraq, admiring sites they hope to come back and visit again. Nadr Rosti, spokesperson of the Kurdistan Regional Government’s (KRG) board of tourism told Rudaw, “Approximately 80% of those tourists on Eid holiday that came to Kurdistan’s cities are from the middle and south of Iraq. And the rest are from Iran and other countries.” “As of September 11, 91,000 tourists arrived in Kurdistan from border gates and airports. All the tourist sites are full,” he added. “We have special teams ready if there is a problem anywhere. Our teams are well prepared to solve any problem.”

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