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[size=16][size=24]Today, Wednesday, the Kurdistan government confirmed that the oil agreement between the center and the region is the basis for approving the budget and preparing the oil and gas law.
A statement by the Kurdistan government stated, "The region's cabinet held today, Wednesday, its weekly meeting headed by Prime Minister Masrour Barzani, and discussed a number of issues on its agenda, foremost of which is the recent agreement with the federal government."
In the first paragraph of the agenda, Barzani highlighted "the results that resulted from the visit of a high-ranking delegation headed by the Prime Minister to Baghdad and the signing of the agreement between the Kurdistan government and the federal government to resume exporting the region's oil."
Barzani pointed out that "the agreement represents an important achievement and another step towards strengthening relations between the Kurdistan region and the federal government," praising "the efforts of the Federal Prime Minister, Muhammad Shia' al-Sudani, and his endeavors to solve problems between the region and the federal government, and he also praised the negotiating delegation for being able to reach this point." Agreement without waiving any of the rights guaranteed by the constitution to the region.
He explained, "The Kurdistan region was forced to export oil after federal government officials cut off the region's salaries and financial dues in previous years," stressing that "the procedures related to oil export are legal and consistent with the constitution, and that the Kurdistan Regional Government exported oil within the framework of the rights constitutionally guaranteed to the region." ".[/size][/size]
Barzani expressed, "Hope that the agreement will be fully implemented as soon as possible, making it a good basis for initiating the implementation of the budget law and preparing a draft federal oil and gas law."
And the statement continued, "In the second paragraph of the agenda of the meeting, the Minister of the Region for Parliamentary Affairs, Vala Farid, and the Minister of Health, Saman Barzanji, presented a brief on the goal, elements and characteristics of the (Ministry of Health in the Kurdistan Region) draft law."
The statement pointed out that "the draft law aims to advance health services, raise their level, reform the health system in a way that serves the citizens, and organize procedures for work in the public and private sectors, taking into account the rights of patients."
And he added, "After putting forward a number of observations regarding it, it was decided to review the draft law, taking into account the observations and suggestions submitted with the aim of enriching it, provided that it is voted on at the next meeting of the Council of Ministers."
The statement noted that "the last paragraph of the meeting was devoted to highlighting the rise in the prices of basic commodities and supplies in the market despite the low price of the dollar against the dinar, and how to monitor and control the rise in prices in the market."
In this regard, Minister of Interior Reber Ahmed, Chief of the Cabinet Office Omid Sabah and the concerned ministers presented the necessary clarifications, information and recommendations to control the markets, stabilize prices and ease the burdens of living on the shoulders of citizens.
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