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Washington's policy to lift the international air embargo on airports in the Kurdistan Region

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Washington's policy to lift the international air embargo on airports in the Kurdistan Region

Post by rocky on Tue 13 Mar 2018, 1:00 pm

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US President George W. Bush's envoy to the international coalition against an organized organization in Iraq and Syria on Tuesday welcomed the decision of the United States to lift the ban on international flights from airports in the Kurdistan Region.
"We welcome the reopening of international airports in the Kurdistan region of Iraq," MacGork wrote in a twitter posting on Twitter.
He added that lifting the embargo "is an important step towards achieving stability in the post-organization calling for the existence of governments of minorities and unified within the constitutional framework of Iraq."
Earlier in the day, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced the reopening of Arbil and Sulaymaniyah airports for international flights after a ban lasting more than five months.
The federal authorities in Baghdad have imposed a ban on international flights from Erbil airport since September 29 in response to the referendum on independence held in the Kurdistan Region.
Baghdad partially lifted the ban on Erbil and Sulaymaniyah airports, including Hajj and Umrah trips.
The Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region, Nezhirvan Barzani, expressed earlier in the day his thanks to the Federal Prime Minister Haider Abadi on lifting the ban on international flights from Erbil and Sulaymaniyah international airports.
Barzani said in a press conference held today in Erbil that "Mr. Abadi has announced in a meeting with officials and officers of the ministries of interior in the region and Baghdad to lift the international ban on international flights on airports in Kurdistan," echoing by saying, "The Kurdistan Regional Government welcomes this step, Fall in the path and we hope that the remaining differences and outstanding issues between Erbil and Baghdad in accordance with the permanent Iraqi constitution and thank all those who contributed to it.
He added that "the lifting of the ban on airports is the outcome of fruitful discussions between me and al-Said Abadi," noting that "the decision to reopen the airports of the Kurdistan Region has been banned between Erbil and Baghdad."
Barzani said that the issue of airport management detailed and technical and the Constitution is the most clear features and will be managed as stipulated by the Constitution and the ban signed between the two sides.



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