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"The President of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Massoud Barzani, held a meeting in Baghdad with the head of the coalition," Nasr "Haider Abadi. Keywords: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
The meeting was attended by officials of Kurdistan and members of the leadership of "Nasr" led by Khaled Obeidi.
In the morning, Kurdish leader Massoud Barzani met with politician Hassan al-Alawi and a delegation from the Turkmen Front headed by Arshad Salhi to meet later with the National Bloc led by Iyad Allawi, the Dialogue Front led by Saleh al-Mutlaq and then the leader of the reconstruction and reconstruction coalition Ammar al-Hakim.
Barzani is scheduled to begin his visit to the city of Najaf to meet the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr, whose alliance "Ssron" issued the results of the recent Iraqi parliamentary elections.
The visit of Barzani is the first to the stronghold of the scientific estate for years. It also includes the residence of supreme authority Ali al-Sistani and the leader of the Sadrist movement Moqtada al-Sadr.
Massoud Barzani on Thursday held a series of meetings with political leaders and government officials in Baghdad, in a move he said was to "correct the course" between the two sides.
Barzani's visit to Baghdad is the first since 2017, after strained relations between the two sides in an unprecedented manner, following the independence referendum.
The relations between the two sides have improved relatively, in the past few months, but are waiting for intensive talks on outstanding issues, primarily the disputed areas between the two sides, and the share of the province of the state budget, and the management of oil wealth and financing and arming the forces of the region, "Peshmerga."
In clear signs of improved relations, the Iraqi government decided this week to unify customs tariffs between the two sides and resume oil pumping from Kirkuk to the Turkish port of Ceyhan via a pipeline owned by the provincial government.