its commitment to the recent oil Convention between Erbil and Baghdad and its desire to solve the problems between the two parties.
The government said the Prime Minister Barzani ready to visit Baghdad again in order to overcome all the obstacles to the implementation of the Convention.
The provincial government held a meeting today with the heads of parliamentary blocs Kurdish ministers in the Kurdish In a joint statement between the government and representatives of the Kurds in Baghdad, reportedly for "Twilight News" Government of the Territory showed the oil agreement with Baghdad items. And confirmed its commitment to the implementation of the Convention.
The government said there are some technical problems and misunderstandings in front of the agreement with the federal government and they are working to address, with some Iraqi political parties does not want to improve the relationship between the Kurdistan Region and the federal government.
The meeting praised the role of representatives of the Kurds in Baghdad for the parties' commitment to the Convention and the development of relations between Erbil and Baghdad.
Nechirvan Barzani, president of the Government of the region and said he was ready to visit Baghdad again in order to reach a common solution and out of these technical problems and overcome misunderstandings.
Barzani and authorized representatives of the Kurds to the Federal Government to hold frank talks with Iraqi Prime Minister.
According to the statement that the provincial government and representatives of the Kurds in Baghdad, spoke about the importance of implementing the law and abide by the budget for 2015.
The provincial government announced it was seeking from the federal government to deal with the region's share by the budget law for the current year 2015.
Also discussed in the meeting to discuss more than a plan for Peshmerga salaries and staff insurance and decided to prioritize by the government to the issue of ensuring salaries.
They decided to hold regular meetings every two months, once among the deputies and ministers in Baghdad and the Kurdish regional government and coordinate more between the two parties.
In the past week, Barzani held talks in Baghdad with al-Abadi on the oil agreement and the region's share of the state budget for 2015 this month.
Barzani said after the meeting that Baghdad does not have the funds to meet its financial obligations to Kurdistan. Although the provincial government has stopped crude oil exports.
The two sides reached a tentative agreement in December agreed whereby the government of Kurdistan on the export of 550 thousand barrels per day of oil from the Kirkuk fields and through the Iraqi oil marketing company.
Baghdad agreed in return to resume the payment of budget payments for the cord which had been lowered in early 2014 in response to the region seeking to export crude independently.
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