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The Patriotic Union of Kurdistan revealed, today, Thursday, the details of the government's decision to send 500 billion dinars to the Kurdistan Regional Government, while confirming that the sums belong to foreign debts that have nothing to do with oil companies or employees' salaries.
A member of the National Union, Burhan Sheikh Raouf, said in an interview with Al-Maalouma agency, "According to the sources, there are previous debts of the region to the central government estimated at 30 billion dollars," noting that "the money was sent after settling accounts between the regional government and the center regarding the budget and some The financial paragraphs that were stuck.
He continued, "Ending the problems between the two parties contributed greatly to agreeing to send 500 billion dinars per month to the region," pointing out that "all financial accounts between the two parties will be settled in return for ending all previous crises."
Regarding the decision to send 500 billion dinars, Sheikh Raouf confirms: "The sums belong to foreign debts that have nothing to do with the money of oil companies or the salaries of employees."
Earlier, the Council of Ministers, headed by Muhammad Shia al-Sudani, approved during its regular session the decision to send 500 billion dinars to the Kurdistan region after the crisis of stopping oil exports to Turkey by the decision of the Paris International Court.
The political analyst, Qassem Balshan, had confirmed in an interview with Al-Maalouma Agency, "The lack of transparency from the government regarding sending funds to the Kurdistan Regional Government," adding that all successive governments did not exercise their legal and constitutional powers with the region in many files. Ended 25/j
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