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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 14, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 14, 2016

Post by rocky on Fri 14 Oct 2016, 4:11 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – October 14, 2016
Posted on October 14, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]KDP official: Mosul operation to include a ‘corridor’ for Islamic State militants fleeing to Syria[/size]
Erbil: During the planned operation to liberate the Iraqi city of Mosul from Islamic State (IS) a corridor will be left for the Jihadi militants to escape to Syria, a Kurdish representative said. Said Mamuzini, a representative of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), one of the main Kurdish parties in Iraqi Kurdistan, commented to Sputnik Turkey on the operation in Mosul which is expected to begin in the coming days. Mamuzini said “Nevertheless, during the operation a corridor will be left for terrorists to escape to Syria. Those retreating this way will not be captured. Currently, there are some 7,000 Daesh [IS]  militants. But the operation is not expected to be long because the terrorists are not as strong as before,” he said. |
[size=13]PUK rift widens over planned leadership meeting[/size]
Sulaimani: Both rival factions of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK) have issued strongly-worded statements regarding a meeting of the party’s leadership council planned for Saturday, with one faction warning the meeting may lead to a split in the party. The meeting was called by the so-called majority faction, led by Hero Ibrahim, a powerful member of the party’s politburo and wife of the PUK’s Secretary General, Jalal Talabani. Late on Thursday, the majority faction issued a statement saying that the meeting will go ahead as planned, saying the party had wasted time allowing the rift to continue for a month and a half, putting to rest rumours that circulated on Tuesday that the meeting might be cancelled to allow the two factions to find common ground. “After the passage of one and a half months following the unexpected problems inside the PUK and the waste of time, the politburo has convened only once, and made general decisions,” the statement said.

[size=13]Turkish-trained forces to join Iraqi Mosul operation: Turkish-state media[/size]
Ankara: Forces trained by the Turkish military at the Bashiqa camp in northern Iraq will take part in the planned operation to drive Islamic State out of the city of Mosul, Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency reported on Friday. It cited officials who took part in talks between Turkey and the United States, as well as Iraqi sources, as saying the operation would begin within a few days, “if there is no extraordinary development”. Reuters
[size=13]Iraqi president limited on international trips due to the financial crisis[/size]
Baghdad: The Iraqi President has been limited on taking international trips, due to the financial crisis its country is facing, said an advisor to the presidency office. The Iraqi vice presidents have been allowed to return to their positions, but they, with the president himself, will be limited on taking international trips, said Abdullah Aliawai, and advisor to Fuad Masoum. Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi last year decided to scrap three vice presidential posts, but the Supreme Court, last Monday, ruled the PM’s decision, saying it’s against the constitution.
[size=13]Duhok province incapable of taking in more IDPs: governor[/size]
Duhok: A huge influx of IDPs from Mosul is expected to arrive in Duhok province of Iraq’s Kurdistan Region while the province is incapable of taking in any more IDPs, said the governor of Duhok. Farhad Atrushi, the Governor of Duhok province told BasNews on Thursday that a hundred thousand people from Mosul are anticipated to flee Mosul and arrive in Duhok during the offensive of retaking the city, stressing out that this will constitute a crisis for the province. The governor therefore called on the international organizations to help Duhok deal with this displacement issue, explaining that it is beyond their capacity to provide shelter to such a great number of IDPs.
[size=13]Adil Abdul Mahdi meets Barzani in Erbil for talks on Mosul battle[/size]
Erbil: Adil Abdul Mahdi, a leader in the Islamic Supreme Council of Iraq, met on Thursday with Massoud Barzani in Erbil to discuss outstanding issues between Baghdad and Erbil. The Kurdistan Region’s Presidency (KRP) reported on its website Barzani and Abdul Mahdi also held talks on the upcoming offensive to eliminate Islamic State (ISIS) militants from their last stronghold of Mosul, in northern Iraq. Barzani and Abdul Mahdi reportedly talked about a Kurdish delegation’s recent visit to Baghdad, which was led by Barzani, and stressed the need to resolve issues through dialogue and understanding.

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