Agreement to hold a second round of negotiations between Erbil and Baghdad

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Agreement to hold a second round of negotiations between Erbil and Baghdad

Post  Admin on Mon Aug 21, 2017 9:49 am

21-08-2017 09:53 AM

Kurdish negotiator in Baghdad agreed with his counterparts in the National Alliance to continue to negotiate and hold a second round in Erbil or Baghdad during the next two weeks.

The deputy of the coalition of state law, Amer Khuzaie, in a joint press conference held on Sunday night, with the head of the Kurdish delegation, Rose Nuri Shaways, they reached more convergence and shared visions and decided to continue to exchange views and solutions projects in the next two weeks, whether in Baghdad or Erbil.

For his part, the head of the Kurdish delegation, Rose Nuri Shaways, expressed his hope to visit a delegation from the National Alliance and from Baghdad to Erbil in the coming days to hold a second session of dialogues and negotiations, adding, 'We inform our leadership of what we have reached and they also communicate with the references of the resolution and continue dialogue.

Shaways also stressed that the two sides exchanged views frankly and seriously about resolving the issues, and denied that they reached solutions because the decision by the leaders and they tried to exchange views.

The Kurdish delegation arrived in Baghdad on Monday, and met with the Prime Minister and the President of the Republic in order to deliver the message of the Kurdish leadership and the referendum for the independence of the region on time, September 25, 2017.

It is noteworthy that the President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, announced in the 24 of April last, the determination of the twenty-fifth of September next, a date for the referendum on the independence of Kurdistan, which has generated mixed reactions at the Iraqi and international levels.

On Tuesday (8 August 2017), the city of Sulaymaniyah witnessed the launch of the first Kurdish civil movement in the Kurdistan region against the referendum, which is now called 'No _', with the participation of a number of citizens, political figures, writers, journalists and civil society activists.


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