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    Barzani: The Kurdistan government has fulfilled all its obligations in the oil agreement, and Baghda

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    Post by Rocky Sun May 14, 2023 4:42 pm

    Barzani: The Kurdistan government has fulfilled all its obligations in the oil agreement, and Baghdad must send salaries
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    The President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Masrour Barzani, announced that the regional government has "fulfilled its commitment" to the oil agreement with the federal government.
    Barzani said during the meeting of the Kurdistan Council of Ministers, today, Sunday, in the presence of the Council’s Vice President, Qubad Talabani, after the return of the ministerial bloc of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan to the government meetings, that: “The Kurdistan Regional Government has fulfilled all its obligations based on the agreement, and it is awaiting a final agreement between the federal government and the Turkish government.” To resume the export of Kurdistan's oil.
    Barzani added, "The federal government must send the necessary budget amounts to the regional government to pay salaries to those who receive them, until the approval of the draft federal budget law and securing the region's rights and financial dues within the federal budget."
    In the second paragraph of the agenda, the Council of Ministers discussed the project (reorganizing public finances in the Kurdistan region), and after deliberations and discussions, the Council of Ministers unanimously decided to vote on reorganizing public finances throughout the region through the centralization of revenues, liquidity, expenditures and salaries, and to achieve this, It was decided to organize all sources of revenue in banks, treasuries, border crossings, and tax and fee directorates with the aim of protecting public revenues, as well as linking them through an electronic system.
    Also in this context, it was decided that priority be given to disbursing expenditures to salaries, and considering them sovereign expenditures throughout the region, and with regard to other expenditures, in addition to salaries, it was decided to implement this with appropriate mechanisms and procedures and in a fair manner, according to the population of each governorate and an independent administration, and to ensure implementation These decisions, the Council of Ministers authorized the President and his deputy to find the necessary and appropriate mechanisms to support the ministries and agencies concerned with the implementation of these decisions.
    In another axis related to security problems, the Council of Ministers decided to conduct a joint investigation through a specialized committee to look into security issues in general, away from political interference, provided that appropriate legal measures are taken in this regard.
    In the third and final item on the agenda, Minister of Interior Reber Ahmed presented the Ministry's report related to the response to the national assessment conducted by the federal government on the risks of money laundering and terrorist financing in Iraq.
    The Council of Ministers praised the efforts made by the Ministry of the Interior and the concerned authorities in order to confront the risks of money laundering and terrorist financing in Iraq, and in light of this, and with the aim of formulating a new legal framework in the region for this issue, the Council directed the ministries of the region and its concerned institutions to continue cooperation with the competent authorities in the federal government and institutions regarding the issue of money laundering and terrorist financing, which is an international issue. The Council also affirmed the region's commitment to take the necessary measures to address this issue.
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