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    Abadi: The referendum had serious consequences for the region and we will open the airports of Kurd

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     Abadi: The referendum had serious consequences for the region and we will open the airports of Kurd Empty Abadi: The referendum had serious consequences for the region and we will open the airports of Kurd

    Post by Rocky Mon 19 Feb 2018, 3:49 am

    Abadi: The referendum had serious consequences for the region and we will open the airports of Kurdistan soon

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     said Prime Minister Haider al - Abadi , said that some people wanted to be thrown amounts Kuwait conference on Iraq until it gets the bulk of the corrupt, between the referendum was the serious consequences for the region, Shera to the airports of Kurdistan will open soon. 

    "We do not want military forces to carry out any combat effort or any military effort," Abadi said in an interview with the German DW, followed by Alsumaria News.

    He added that "the Kuwait conference is a first stage, and there is optimism and great interest by investment companies and countries and a positive outlook for Iraq," adding that "the Iranian side told us that he wants to help Iraq through his companies." 

    "Some wanted to throw the sums of the Kuwait conference on Iraq without an account, so that the corrupt will get the bulk of it," Ebadi said, pointing out that "we will not allow this." 

    On the relationship with Kurdistan, Abadi said that "the referendum had serious consequences for the region," explaining that "we are approaching the provision of salaries of staff of the minorities, but there must be proper control to ensure that the salaries go to the employee not to follow the parties and this is a serious issue. 

    He pointed out that "in the next few days we will open airports Erbil and Sulaymaniyah to travel abroad, after ensuring that the federal authority is located in the airports of the region."

    The relationship between the federal government and the Kurdistan region of tension, after the last referendum on the separation on the twenty-fifth of last September, prompting the head of the central government Haider Abadi to impose several measures, including stopping international flights in airports Erbil and Sulaymaniyah, .


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