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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 22, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 22, 2016

Post by rocky on Thu 22 Sep 2016, 6:12 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – September 22, 2016
Posted on September 22, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]German Defence Minister arrive in Iraq, expected to visit Kurdistan[/size]
Baghdad: German Defence Minister on Thursday has arrived in Baghdad in an unannounced visit, to discuss the Mosul operation against Islamic State group, local media reported. The Defence Minister Ursula von der Leyen also expected to visit Kurdistan Region. Germany has been one of the main weapons providers to the Kurdish Peshmerga militias.
[size=13]Kurdish MPs call for ultimatum for Iraqi Kurdistan govt as people running out of patience[/size]
Erbil: A group of current and former Kurdish politicians has warned that Iraq’s Kurdistan Region is on the verge of “economic and social collapse” and that the political process is heading backwards in every passing day. Eighty-seven current and former Kurdish MPs issued a statement on Wednesday calling on the members of the coalition government to issue an ultimatum to the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), giving it one month to solve the problems the region is facing or dissolve the coalition.  The government has not been able to pay its civil servants’ salaries regularly, and has announced several measures to try to limit the impact of the crisis and institute financial reform. The statement from the 87 signatories released today said there is a growing distrust between the government and the people, and among the Kurdish parties. |

[size=13]Peshmerga and Shiite militias discuss plans to retake Hawija[/size]
Kirkuk: Kurdish Peshmerga commanders and Shiite militia leaders met on Wednesday in Kirkuk to discuss operations to retake the southern and western areas of the province from the Islamic State (IS). The meeting, hosted by Najmadin Karim, the Kirkuk governor who is also the head of the security committee, was attended by Peshmerga commanders from the 70 and 80 brigades, and Hadi al-Amri, secretary general of the Badr Organization, a main force in the Shiite Hashd al-Shaabi. They discussed the urgent need to recapture the southern and western parts of Kirkuk, in particular Hawija, said a statement released by the governor’s office. While the two forces are agreeing to coordinate militarily, they will not form a joint force for the operation.
[size=13]Duhok health director: Collapsing health system needs help and policy change[/size]
Duhok: The health system in Iraqi Kurdistan needs to be reorganized, and to make sure it does not collapse, help from abroad is desperately needed, says the Director General of Health in Duhok, doctor Nezar Ismet Taib. Although earlier reports about the closure of three hospitals in Duhok are not correct, he is warning that a lack of doctors is dangerously paralyzing the system. As a result, the Duhok governorate only has 4.5 doctors per every 10,000 inhabitants. This caused an enormous burden on those few, dedicated doctors, Taib says.
[size=13]UK defense secretary arrives in Iraqi Kurdistan[/size]
Erbil: UK’s Secretary of State for Defense, Michael Fallon, overnight Wednesday arrived in Iraqi Kurdistan capital city of Erbil to hold a series of meetings with senior Kurdish officials. Fallon’s visit to Kurdistan Reign comes after he met with Iraqi officials in Baghdad for discussions over the ongoing international efforts against Islamic State (IS). The British official is expected to meet with Massoud Barzani on Thursday to exchange views over the war on terrorism as well as bilateral ties between Erbil and London. He was received by Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani and Interior Minister Karim Sinjari at Erbil International Airport. |

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