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Kurdistan: Baghdad 'has not shown any willingness' to resolve disputes

WorldNews Thursday, 13 August 2020
Kurdistan: Baghdad 'has not shown any willingness' to resolve disputesERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – On Wednesday, the Kurdistan Region's cabinet held a session by video conference, headed by Prime Minister Masrour Barzani, to discuss the current financial crisis in the region and the results of ongoing Erbil-Baghdad dialogue. During the meeting, ministers praised the efforts of a high-level Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) delegation to negotiate with the federal government in Baghdad on multiple longstanding disputes between them. The delegation first traveled to the capital after oil disputes led to the decision by the previous Iraqi government, headed by former Prime Minister Adil Abdul Mahdi, to suspend...
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