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Post by rocky Wed 12 Jan 2022, 9:49 am

The Council Of Ministers Of The Kurdistan Region Decides To Cooperate With The Federal Government In The Fields Of Defense, Budget And Financial Control
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Earth News/ The Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers decided today, Wednesday, to continue strengthening coordination and cooperation with the federal government in the areas of defense, combating terrorism, budget and financial control, while deciding to reduce electricity and water fees by 15%.
A statement by the Council, received by Earth News Agency, stated, "The Kurdistan Regional Council of Ministers held its weekly meeting, today, Wednesday, headed by Prime Minister Masrour Barzani and in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani, and in the first paragraph of the meeting, the Ministers of Peshmerga, Shorsh Ismail and the Interior Minister, Reber Ahmed, presented a report on The last steps regarding coordination and cooperation between the Kurdistan Regional Government and the federal government regarding the formation of a joint force, providing the needs of the Peshmerga, and developing a joint plan to address the attacks of ISIS terrorists.
The Minister of Peshmerga spoke, according to the statement, about "the process of transferring the support forces and other Peshmerga units to the Ministry of Peshmerga."

In light of this, the Cabinet commended the “efforts of the two ministries,” stressing “the importance of continuing to strengthen coordination with the federal government, empowering the ranks of the Peshmerga forces and continuing to organize all their units within the framework of the Ministry of Peshmerga.”
After that, the Ministers of Health, Saman Barzanji and the Interior Minister spoke about "the preparations of the relevant ministries regarding efforts to combat the Corona virus, especially after the emergence of some cases of Omicron mutated infections in Dohuk."

The Council of Ministers discussed “and approved the decisions of the last meeting of the Supreme Committee to combat the Corona virus,” stressing “the development of campaigns to receive vaccines on time and attention to the wearing of masks by citizens, especially in public and service places in order to protect public health and contain the spread of the virus.”
The statement continued, "Then, the Chairman of the Financial Supervision Bureau in the Kurdistan Region, Khaled Jawishli, reviewed a report on the development of joint collective work and its results for each of the Financial Supervision Bureaus of the Federal Government and the Regional Government regarding the implementation of the obligations of the federal and regional governments under the Federal General Budget Law for the year 2021."

After praising the efforts of the Office of Financial Supervision, the Council of Ministers issued a directive to the ministers to “continue to strengthen coordination and cooperation with their counterparts in the federal government, and asked them to expedite the implementation of the circular of the Ministry of Finance and Economy to prepare the trial balance for all final accounts of the Kurdistan Regional Government for the year 2021 in a specified period of time, And to be presented transparently to the joint team in the Board of Supreme Audit and include the revenues and expenditures of the Kurdistan Region, and the ministries should carry out their tasks in this regard, and cooperate fully with the Board of Supreme Audit.”
At the same time, the Council of Ministers instructed the Ministry of Finance and Economy, in coordination with the Board of Financial Supervision in the region, to “review and renew the laws, instructions, receipts, forms and other documents in force in the financial field and public accounts in accordance with modern standards in this regard, in accordance with the financial system in force in the federal government with Taking into consideration the constitutional authorities, and reorganizing the field of financial operations and transactions in a modern way, away from routine and wasting time and capabilities, as a step towards improving transparency in public finances and benefiting from technology in conducting financial transactions and moving away from the traditional methods applied.
And he added, "In the second paragraph of the meeting, a proposal was highlighted by the Minister of Electricity Kamal Muhammad Salih to extend the work of Cabinet Resolution No. 117 dated 10/27/2021 regarding a 15% reduction in electricity fees, delays and violations, for all subscribers of the national system in the Kurdistan Region and for all sectors and fields. The Council of Ministers approved the proposal of the Ministry of Electricity to extend the fee reduction rate of 15% until the end of February of this year.

The Cabinet approved the proposal of the Minister of Municipalities and Tourism, Sasan Awni, to implement the Cabinet’s decision to exempt 15% of fees for water service subscribers in the Kurdistan Region, provided that they pay all previous accumulated debts, provided that the law is implemented by the end of February of this year. The Cabinet also recommended all ministries to prepare their proposals for the next meeting, including all legal facilities to encourage citizens and provide them with facilities to fulfill their financial obligations towards the government.
At the conclusion of the meeting, the Council of Ministers approved “the proposal of the Supreme Council for Women to change the name of the Council to the Supreme Council for Women and Development.”

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