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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – November 6, 2016



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Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – November 6, 2016

Post by rocky on Sun Nov 06, 2016 4:44 am

Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief – November 6, 2016
Posted on November 6, 2016 by Editorial Staff in Iraqi Kurdistan News in brief
[size=13]Kurdistan government has no choice but to deal with Baghdad: Kurdish lawmaker[/size]
Erbil,: Iraq’s Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) has no choice but to reach agreement with the Iraqi government, Kurdish Lawmaker Amin Bakr has said. Speaking to IRNA in a recent interview, he said that making agreement is the best way to secure interests of both Baghdad and Erbil. The Iraqi government has set the country’s budget for 2017 noting that the share of the Kurdistan Region would be included based on the terms which would be agreed by Baghdad and Erbil, said the lawmaker.  Bakr stressed that officials of the Kurdistan Region have to respect the agreement they made by Baghdad in September.  Based on the agreement, Erbil can receive its budget from Baghdad on a regular basis if it completely observes provisions of the agreement including those related to the mechanism of purchasing oil and being transparent about its revenues. |
[size=13]Iraqi PM in Kurdistan, meets with top Kurdish officials[/size]
Erbil: Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi arrived in Kurdistan Region capital city of Erbil on an unannounced visit late Saturday and was received by top Kurdish leaders.  Abadi, who arrived by helicopter together with several senior Iraqi military officials, was received at the airport by Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani, Kurdistan PM Nechirvan Barzani and Masrour Barzani, head of the Kurdistan Region’s National Security Council.  Abadi arrived in Erbil after visiting frontlines in the Mosul offensive, where he issued a statement saying that military operations were were advancing as planned and that the number of displaced persons from the city so far was less than expected. |

[size=13]Iraqi Kurdish fighters will play no role in Raqqa operation, Kurdish officials[/size]
Erbil: Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga denied on Sunday that it will play a role in the upcoming Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) offensive against IS’s main Syrian stronghold, Raqqa. It was reported by Ruptly news agency on Saturday that military vehicles from the Kurdistan Region loaded with weapons have entered the Raqqa province and are heading toward the city. The Secretary General of the Peshmerga Jabbar Yawar told Rudaw that these reports are untrue. There are no plans for the Peshmerga to participate in any operation against IS in Raqqa. |
[size=13]New Kurdish-backed Arab force to patrol Nineveh border areas[/size]
The spokesperson for Nineveh’s Arab tribes says a new military brigade will be set up to patrol the volatile areas northwest of the province near the Syrian border. Mzahim Hawiyat told the Iraqi media Saturday that the new task force will mainly comprise local Arab residents that are willing to join the brigade and provide security for their bordering areas. Hawiyat said the military unit, which is planned to be funded by the Kurdistan ministry of Peshmerga, will be patrolling the towns of Rabiya, Zummar, Shingal and Aiyaza in Nineveh province. “The new brigade will serve brotherhood and coexistence between Kurds and Arabs and their historical bonds,” Hawiyat said and explained that the task force was ordered at their own request.

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