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    Barzani ambitions knock on the northern gate of the road to development

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    Barzani ambitions knock on the northern gate of the road to development Empty Barzani ambitions knock on the northern gate of the road to development

    Post by Rocky Tue May 28, 2024 6:30 am

    Barzani ambitions knock on the northern gate of the road to development




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    Information / Baghdad...

    The Iraqi-Syrian-Turkish triangle, specifically the Sinjar District, is the focus of the ambitions of the Barzani Party, which controls the Kurdistan Regional Government. In recent years, it has been able to hold the position of mayor of this district in order to serve its political as well as economic purposes in the near future, and it is still extending its political arms in the hope of imposing authority on Although this region is under the administrative authority of Nineveh Governorate.

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    The development road and its great importance in reviving the Iraqi economy, the land link between Asia and Europe, and the turning point from sea to land, Sinjar will have its share of this road that will pass through its lands, which made it the focus of attention of Barzani’s party, amid warnings of this party’s attempts to divert the road towards... Territory lands or imposing authority on the aforementioned judiciary in order to obtain a share of road revenues.

    The former representative of Nineveh Governorate, Muhammad al-Shabki, told Al-Maalouma: “Sinjar District belongs to Nineveh Governorate and should not be a Kurdish region or subject to the authority of the Kurdistan Region, which requires the federal and local governments in Nineveh to reject any attempt at Kurdish hegemony over this district.”

    He added, "Sinjar is not considered a disputed region between Baghdad and Erbil, and there are no indications calling on the Democratic Party to say that this region belongs to it or should be under its control."

    He stated that "the development road will pass through the Sinjar region, and this project necessitates that this region not be subject to Kurdish control, but rather it should be free of any Kurdish influence, and this matter was emphasized between the delegations of Iraq and Turkey during the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Iraq in Last month". 

    The regional government continues its pressure on the federal government with the aim of diverting the road towards the territory of the region. In this regard, political analyst Saeed Al-Badri says to “Al-Ma’louma” that “the region is trying to make Dohuk Governorate part of the project in order to guarantee its economic interests from the project,” noting that “The first plan is for the development road to pass to Turkey through the Ibrahim Al-Khalil crossing.” 

    He continued, "The geographical nature of the provinces of Kurdistan makes it difficult to complete the project during the coming period, after it has reached serious and final stages," noting that "the Kurdish forces are trying to participate in the construction of the road in many aspects, the latest of which is passing secondary roads in the region." 

    Al-Badri concluded his speech by saying, “Erbil is using this project as a pressure card on the central government to guarantee their economic interests, and to bargain for participation in it,” pointing out that “the initial plan for the project is not to pass through the governorates of the Kurdistan region.” 

    The Minister of Transport and Communications in the Kurdistan Regional Government, Anu Johar, had explained in a press conference, accompanied by the Director General of Railways, Younis Al-Kaabi, and his subordinate, Al-Maalouma, that “the development road project will pass through the region and from there to Turkey and Europe,” adding that “the delegation of the Federal Ministry of Transport has He approved the proposal of the Ministry and the Regional Government to pass the development road project through Kurdistan.”

    He pointed out that "the passage of this project through the Kurdistan Region will shorten 32 kilometers of the road, in addition to being less expensive and safer."

    In turn, the Director General of the Iraqi Railways, Younis Al-Kaabi, said during the same conference, “The project starts from Al-Faw port in Basra and extends to Nineveh Governorate with a length of 1,200 kilometers, then continues from northern Nineveh, passing through the Kurdistan Region to the Iraqi-Turkish border, and only a few steps remain to implement it.” The project". Ended 25 n

    It is noteworthy that the "Development Road" project includes a land road and a railway extending from Iraq to Turkey and its ports. The length of the road and railway inside Iraq is about 1,200 kilometers, and it is mainly designed to transport goods between Europe and the Gulf countries. The investment budget for the project reaches about 17 billion. Dollars, as 6.5 billion will be allocated to build the highway and 10.5 billion to develop the electric train railway. The project will be implemented in 3 phases, where the first phase is expected to be completed in 2028, the second phase in 2033, and the third phase in 2050. The project is expected to provide about 100,000 job opportunities in its first phase, and that the number of job opportunities will reach one million upon completion. Ended 25 n
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