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    The Region: A good understanding between Erbil and Baghdad on the budget

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    Post by Rocky Wed 01 Mar 2023, 2:19 pm

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    Baghdad / Obelisk: The President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, confirmed that there is "some progress and good understanding" on the draft federal budget law, expressing his hope that the Iraqi parliament will approve the draft law as soon as possible.
    This came during his meeting today, Wednesday (March 1, 2023), British Minister of State for Middle East, Africa, South Asia and the United Nations at the British Foreign Office, Lord Tariq Ahmed.
    In the meeting, which was attended by the British Ambassador to Iraq Mark Bryson-Richardson, Lord Tariq Ahmed indicated that “the Kurdistan Region has witnessed remarkable development, progress and reconstruction since his first visit to the region in 2018,” according to a statement by the Kurdistan Regional Government.
    He added that "the Kurdistan Region has an important and special place in the region, reaffirming" his country's desire to proceed with strengthening relations with the Kurdistan Region.
    For his part, the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Regional Government thanked Britain for its "continued support for the Kurdistan Region," and gave "an overview of the reforms implemented by the ninth ministerial formation in the areas of economic diversification and interest in the agricultural sector, exporting local products to foreign markets, and electronic transformation in public services and government affairs." .
    The meeting dealt with "the importance of resolving contentious issues between the Kurdistan Region and the federal government," as the two sides agreed that "solving these problems, according to the constitution, is in the interest of all citizens and the various components of Iraq."
    In this context, Masrour Barzani indicated that "there is some progress and good understanding about the draft federal budget law, especially since the Kurdistan Region is participating for the first time in preparing a draft budget law," expressing his hope that "the Iraqi Parliament will approve the draft law as soon as possible." , in a way that guarantees the rights and financial entitlements of the Kurdistan Region within the framework of the constitution.
    Emphasis was also placed on “the rule of law, protection of stability, support for the continuity of the service government, the importance of implementing the Sinjar Agreement, removing militias and illegal armed forces, normalizing the situation in the region, and ensuring the return of the displaced to their homes.”
    Part of the meeting of the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region and the British Minister of State for Middle East Affairs
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