Regional government: We do not have red lines with Baghdad, and we are ready to deliver the oil that you are asking for
The Kurdistan Regional Government announced that it has no “red lines” with the federal government.
The meetings and discussions of the regional government delegation headed by Qubad Talabani, Deputy Prime Minister in the Kurdistan region, are heading to the federal capital Baghdad with the political parties, while the delegation is scheduled to meet with a number of parties today, Thursday.
And Rafi` from the Kurdistan government arrived in Baghdad yesterday, Wednesday, to start a new round of talks with the ministers of oil and finance in the federal government and the relevant parties.
In this regard, Samir Hawrami, spokesman for Talabani, Deputy Prime Minister in the Kurdistan region, said in a press statement, today, Thursday: The meetings of the regional government delegation heading to Baghdad are continuing with the federal government and political parties.
Hawrami added: The Kurdistan Regional Government wants to agree with Baghdad, and for this purpose, the Kurdistan Regional Government implements all its constitutional obligations, adding that the Kurdistan Regional Government does not have red lines to reach an agreement with Baghdad and it is ready to hand over the oil revenues that the federal government demands.
on the federal budget law for next year 2021 and the share of the Kurdistan region, he said Hawrami to, he is not writing a draft law and that the delegation of the provincial government is making strenuous efforts to reach an agreement with Baghdad to install the share of the Kurdistan region and financial dues within the budget bill.
with regard to the question of Send the amount of 320 billion dinars to the Kurdistan region by the federal government, between Hawrami, that the political parties in Baghdad do not agree to send money, pointing out that for this reason the federal government did not send the amount to the government of Kurdistan. Source