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    Post by Rocky Fri 26 Jan 2018, 3:20 am

    Parliamentary finance: sending the salaries of employees of Kurdistan will not be affected by the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil
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    The decision of the Finance Committee parliamentary, MP for the Islamic Group, Ahmed Haj Rashid, that the sending of salaries of health and education officials of the region has nothing to do with the oil agreement between Baghdad and Erbil.
     
    Rashid said in a press statement that he "reassures the staff of education and health in the region on the sending of their salaries and the statement of the head of the provincial government, Nechirvan Barzani on the lack of agreement on the delivery of oil to the federal government in Baghdad does not affect this subject at all." 
    He pointed to "the continuation of the Audit Committee of the federal government in its work to audit the list of salaries of health and education staff in the region," stressing that "send their salaries before the end of this month or the beginning of next February."
    The Prime Minister Haider Abadi, the approval of the Kurdistan region to hand over all oil to the federal government.
     
    The news channel (Arabic event), in an urgent news, that "the Prime Minister Haider Abadi announced the approval of the Kurdistan region to hand over all oil to the federal government."

    The Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, Nechirvan Barzani, responded to the news, indicating that the position of the region is clear in the desire to solve the problems under the Iraqi constitution, the Davos forum returned a good opportunity and witnessed a series of important meetings.


    "We held several meetings within the framework of the forum, and we had a brief meeting with the Prime Minister (Haidar) Abadi, and today we met with the US Secretary of State. In these two important meetings we talked about what has been achieved so far and the committees formed between the two sides. Airports and salaries and dams, and in this meeting (with Abadi) we decided to hold other meetings (to discuss) on oil in particular, and we agreed to hold a meeting during the next week to reach some treatments.


    He added that "the outstanding problems are large and can not be expected to solve at once, but we hope to address some of them such as airports and salaries of employees before the elections."


    In response to Abadi's comments on the approval of the Kurdistan Regional Government to hand over all its oil to the Iraqi government, said Nechirvan Barzani: "What was stated in the statement issued (the office of Abbadi) is really far from health, and we did not address these issues originally, And they should not have issued this statement, because we have not really talked about any of these things, and it is very unfortunate to publish such a statement. "


    He pointed out that "the position of the Kurdistan region is very clear in the desire to find solutions to the outstanding problems in the framework of the Iraqi constitution, which we stressed in our meeting with the Iraqi Prime Minister."

     

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