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Iraqi President Barham Salih in a speech to the UN General Assembly in New York on Wednesday (Photo: Presidency)[/rtl]
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IRBIL (Kurdistan 24) - Iraqi President Barham Saleh said that there is a "positive atmosphere" between the Kurdistan region and the federal government to resolve the thorny files between the two sides.
Saleh said in a speech to the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Wednesday, "there is a positive atmosphere in dealing with the accumulated problems between the federal government and the Kurdistan Regional Government on the basis of the Constitution."
He added that "the role of the United Nations Office in Baghdad is important in this regard, especially with regard to the issue of Kirkuk and disputed areas and help in finding solutions according to our Constitution."
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government Masrour Barzani has said recently that talks between his government and the federal government are moving at a good pace and are on track.
Army, Hashd and Peshmerga
"The ISIS terrorist project was a malicious scheme to destroy Iraq and the region," Saleh said, adding that the army, the Popular Mobilization and the Peshmerga, with the help of the international coalition and friends, had "dropped this takfiri project and protected the world from its evils."
"However, the challenges remain, and the merits of a successful victory in the total elimination of terrorism still require regional and international solidarity to fight this dangerous scourge."
ISIS is now relying on guerrilla tactics to carry out bombings in many parts of Iraq, despite its defeat in 2017.