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The European Union has reservations about the request for "mediation" between Baghdad and Erbil

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The European Union has reservations about the request for "mediation" between Baghdad and Erbil Empty The European Union has reservations about the request for "mediation" between Baghdad and Erbil

Post by rocky Fri 12 Jan 2018, 2:28 am

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The European Union has reservations about the request for "mediation" between Baghdad and Erbil


The European Union reiterated its reservation to the request of the Kurds "mediation" from Turkey to resolve the crisis between Baghdad and Erbil, stressing that the parties are able to resolve their differences without the intervention of an external party. The Kurdistan Region called on the federal government to stop making promises and taking concrete steps to sit at the negotiating table.
This came the day after Turkish Foreign Minister Mouloud Jawishoglu announced that Ankara would receive a Kurdish request to mediate in resolving the crisis and that he would visit Baghdad on January 21 to hold talks on the issue, while the two governments continued to share accusations of disavowing the constitution. According to Al-Hayat newspaper.
"We look forward to a strong federal Iraq, and we believe that Kurdistan will be strong within the framework of the federal state while guaranteeing the rights of the Kurds in the constitution," said EU Representative in the region Clarice Pastore during a seminar in Erbil yesterday. "Do not wait for help from either Europe or Washington. These are your own problems, and you have to solve them yourself. We are confident of your ability to do so," she said. "The Union continues its bilateral cooperation at the political and humanitarian levels."
 Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi accused the Erbil government of "not serious" in carrying out its promises to implement the constitution, to conceal its real revenues and not to record oil revenues in its account, reiterating his government's commitment to pay the salaries of regional employees directly rather than parties.
"It is a weekly fashion and repeated words will not lead us to a result," spokesman for the regional government Sven Dziyi said, criticizing "unfulfilled promises."
 He said: "If the Iraqi government has a sincere intention to resolve the crisis, it must begin dialogue to develop solutions under the Constitution in the interests of Iraq and the region, and we hope to go beyond the stage of declarations and start practical steps."
Meanwhile, Turkish Trade Minister Bulent Tvenkegi announced that "the governments of Ankara and Baghdad will hold a meeting this month on the opening of the border crossing between the two countries, which is likely to reach agreement in March. He pointed out that "the opening of this crossing will marginalize Al-Khabour outlet in the Kurdistan region, through which trade operations are carried out."

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