Barzani: Region will no longer be under the control of Baghdad's oil and are ready to understanding them
2015/11/04 20:01 Number of Views: 1469
Long-Presse / Arbil
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani, on Wednesday, that the return of discussions with the central government, does not mean the failure of "oil politics" of the territory, and as pointed out that the province will no longer be under the control of "Baghdad", the President of the House of Representatives Saleem al-Jubouri, to faith dialogue but not on the "loss" the expense of the other party.
The head of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Nechirvan Barzani, during a panel discussion at the Mir Forum for Strategic Studies in Arbil on Wednesday, in the presence of the President of the House of Representatives, Saleem al-Jubouri, and attended (range Press), that "our policy of oil in the Kurdistan region did not fail, and that the region will not be back Once again under the control of Baghdad in the sale of oil. "
He said Barzani, that "our return to discussions with Baghdad does not mean we fail to oil policy," and expressed his hope "to reach an agreement with Baghdad over the trust between the parties transplant," pointing out that "the priorities of the provincial government, security and stability and the organization of the Kurdish house."
For his part, head of the Iraqi Council of Representatives, Saleem al-Jubouri, commenting on the statement Nechirvan Barzani, that "Baghdad believes in dialogue but not on the basis of causing another loss and not to put pressure on the other," pointing out that "Iraq is currently facing the organization (Daash) and defends the whole world in this war. "
The al-Jubouri, the "need to be cooperation frameworks not only on paper but effectively," stressing "the need to know the main problem first of all and then work to resolve them as soon as possible."
The Mir Centre for Strategic Studies held a conference in Erbil, for three days, and in the presence of a number of ministers and members of the House of Representatives and the Iraqi parliament and political leaders and academics in the fields of politics and economics.
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