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A source in the government of the Kurdistan region of Iraq on Wednesday, it has been the formation of 7 joint committees between Baghdad and Erbil to resolve the problems between the two sides, indicating that these committees will be sponsored by a major Minister Nuri al-Maliki and the government of the Kurdistan region Nechirvan Barzani and under the supervision of a number of senior officials of the two governments.
The source said that he "was formed seven joint committees between the governments in Baghdad and Erbil, to develop appropriate solutions to outstanding problems between the two parties, which will begin its work in conjunction with the visit of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to Arbil," noting that "these committees will be sponsored directly by al-Maliki and President of Kurdistan region Nechirvan Barzani ".,
The source added that "these committees include a committee for a comprehensive review of the federal budget, the Committee to review the draft law of oil and gas, and a joint security committee of the regions covered by Article 140, and a joint committee to follow parliamentary work, but a joint committee to follow up the work between Baghdad and Erbil, the Committee to monitor border crossings and airports."
The source added that "these committees were agreed upon during the recent visit of the President of the Government of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani to Baghdad," adding that it "will be under the supervision of the Deputy Prime Minister of the region Imad Ahmed and Chairman of the Presidium of the region, Fouad Hussein, on the part of Erbil, and National Security Adviser Faleh al-Fayad and Director Office of the Prime Minister Tariq Najim on the part of the government in Baghdad. "
A source in the Kurdistan region detection, earlier in the day on Wednesday, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki will visit next Sunday, the city of Arbil, at the invitation of the President of the Government of the region, noting that al-Maliki will hold a cabinet meeting there, as well as interviews and meetings with the head of the region and the government.
He visited the Prime Minister of the Kurdistan region Nechirvan Barzani, the capital Baghdad, in the twenty-ninth of April, where it was agreed during a meeting with the President of the Federal Government Nuri al-Maliki to solve problems and end the crisis on the basis of the Constitution and the federal system under a unified Iraq, and the need for the adoption of laws and regulations "mission" to resolve the outstanding issues as "the law of oil and gas."
The two sides affirmed to continue to hold meetings and to enhance communication, also stressed the need for coordination of security in all of Iraq.
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