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    Post by Rocky Wed 05 Apr 2023, 4:59 am

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    Barzani appreciates the Sudanese position in taking into account the interests of the Iraqis, without exception.
    Baghdad - Qusay Munther
    Baghdad and Erbil resolved the first thorny issues after rounds of intensive talks, the last of which was yesterday headed by the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, who visited Baghdad and culminated his meeting with Prime Minister Muhammad Shia al-Sudani with a temporary agreement on the return of exporting the region's oil through the Turkish Ceyhan pipeline. A statement received by Al-Zaman yesterday said, "Al-Sudani received Barzani and his accompanying delegation at the government palace, and during the meeting they discussed common issues." The President of the Republic, Abdul Latif Jamal Rashid, also received Barzani and his accompanying delegation. In the context of Rashid's praise of the agreement to resume the export of the Kurdistan region's oil, he appreciated (the efforts of the negotiating teams in the central and regional governments, in a way that strengthens relations to serve national interests). In contact with the lives of citizens, in a way that contributes to the rehabilitation of infrastructure, provision of necessary services and building strategic projects). On the other hand, Al-Sudani visited, earlier, the shrine of the two imams, Musa bin Jaafar and Muhammad Al-Jawad, peace be upon them both, in the city of Kadhimiya. A statement received by Al-Zaman yesterday stated that (Al-Sudani visited the city of Kadhimiya and performed the ceremony of visiting the shrine of the two imams), and Al-Sudani also visited the shrine of Imam Abu Hanifa Al-Numan, may God be pleased with him, in the city of Adhamiya. The statement said that (Al-Sudani visited the shrine of Abu Hanifa Al-Numan, the city of Al-Adhamiya, and met with the city’s notables, the head of the Fiqh Council, Ahmed Hassan Al-Taha, and a number of deputies). So keep it).[/size]
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