The Kurdish delegation heads to Baghdad to discuss the referendum

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The Kurdish delegation heads to Baghdad to discuss the referendum

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BAGHDAD / The Kurdish delegation on Saturday went to Baghdad to discuss the latest stand with Iraqi officials on a unilateral referendum scheduled for next Monday.

A source familiar with the "Iraq News" that the delegation went to Baghdad shortly through Erbil airport, indicating that the delegation consists of representatives of the parties some Kurds, Turkomans, Christians and Isidin.

The source added that "the delegation is scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Haider Abadi and a number of political parties, pointing out that the delegation will discuss the latest positions with Baghdad on the referendum on independence of the Kurdistan region.

The Council of the referendum of the Kurdistan region announced last Thursday, that the referendum process will take place on schedule, stressing at the same time keep the doors of dialogue with Baghdad open.


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Re: The Kurdish delegation heads to Baghdad to discuss the referendum

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National Alliance after the meeting of the referendum council: the negotiations did not produce positive results

BAGHDAD / .. The Iraqi National Alliance, Saturday, the coalition refused to hold any dialogue with the Kurds after the referendum of the Kurdistan Region scheduled to be held next Monday, between the negotiations did not bear fruit, unfortunately, positive results.

The leader of the National Alliance, Ali al-Alaq in a press conference after a meeting of the leadership of the National Alliance with the delegation of the Supreme Council for the referendum to Baghdad, "The National Alliance rejects the referendum of the Kurdistan Region," pointing out that "the coalition decided not to hold any dialogue with the Kurds only after the decision to postpone Referendum ".

He added that "the negotiations did not bear fruit, unfortunately, positive results as the leadership in the Kurdistan region went another direction," noting that "there will be a solution to their insistence on the referendum, which will cause more complex problems."

He pointed out that "the coalition decided not to hold any dialogue with the Kurds only after the decision to postpone the referendum," noting that "the government does not want to use force to stop the referendum and seek to pursue diplomatic means." He explained that "the coalition asked the delegation of the Kurdistan Region to postpone the referendum, but the delegation rejected the request and stressed that the region has been in the referendum," noting that "the coalition rejects the referendum in toto."

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