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British policy urges Abadi to lift the international air embargo in Kurdistan

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British policy urges Abadi to lift the international air embargo in Kurdistan

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Feb 2018, 3:19 am

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The British Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, urged the Iraqi government to continue the ongoing talks between Baghdad and the Kurdistan Region. 
A statement issued by the British Foreign Minister, published on Monday evening, that Minister Boris Johnson discussed with Iraqi Prime Minister Abadi by telephone last week the upcoming elections, and negotiations between the Government of Iraq and the Government of Kurdistan, and the Kuwait Conference. 
He urged the Foreign Minister to make progress on the talks between Baghdad and Erbil, and encouraged the re-operation of international flights to the Kurdistan Region. 
In the context of the Kuwait conference, Johnson stressed the commitment of the United Kingdom to support the development of the private sector in Iraq. 
Iraqi federal authorities have banned foreign flights from the airports of Erbil and Sulaymaniyah since the referendum on independence on September 25.
The Baghdad government has taken a series of punitive measures against Erbil and has recovered from the Peshmerga forces all the disputed areas, especially the oil-rich province of Kirkuk and areas in Nineveh province on the border with Turkey.






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