Democrat: the delegation of the regional government will return to Baghdad to end the outstanding issues between the two governments
Deputy Kurdistan Democratic Party, Ahmed Al-Saffar, revealed Monday, June 29, 2020, the date of the new visit of a delegation from the Kurdistan region to Baghdad.
Al-Saffar said in an interview with the media followed by the obelisk, that the technical delegation of the Kurdistan Regional Government will return to Baghdad in order to complete the outstanding issues between the two governments, after correcting some positions towards the outstanding issues and arranging the files.
Al-Saffar added that the current or next week may witness the return of the Kurdish delegation to Baghdad again in order to complete negotiations and dialogues with a view to resolving all outstanding contentious issues between the two sides, pointing out that the two sides are still working to solve the oil and customs issue and Kurdistan’s share of the federal budget.
On Tuesday, June 23, 2020, a government delegation from the Kurdistan region arrived in Baghdad to resume dialogue on pending files between the center and the region.
According to an informed source, a government delegation from the Kurdistan region arrived today to Baghdad to resume dialogue on the outstanding issues between the center and the region.
The source pointed out that the delegation will discuss signing a comprehensive agreement regarding the files of financial dues, oil and employee salaries amid threats by the National Union to suspend the participation of its ministers within the government in the event the regional government fails to resolve differences with Baghdad. Source