Abadi announced the opening of the dialogue with the Kurds

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Abadi announced the opening of the dialogue with the Kurds

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Prime Minister Haider Abadi opened the door of dialogue with the Kurds and his willingness to start talks with them.

"The federal government in Baghdad has not closed the door to talks with the Kurds, but they refuse to hold any conditional talks," Abadi said in an interview with the weekly Kurdish weekly Ziyan published on Sunday.

"Abadi also refused to hold any dialogue with the officials of the Kurdistan Region on the results of the referendum on independence of Kurdistan, which took place on the 25 of last September," calling on the President of the Kurdistan Region Massoud Barzani to "retreat from the results of the referendum."

"The absence of Jalal Talabani led Barzani to seek to divide Iraq and to follow what he called the unilateral authority," Abadi said, accusing him of "exploiting the feelings of the people of the region for remaining in power."


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Kurdish deputy announces the return of Kurdish deputies to Baghdad




The MP for the Kurdish Change bloc Massoud Haider, Sunday, the agreement of the Kurdish blocs to return to Baghdad this week, noting that the presence of these blocks for parliamentary sessions and the work of parliamentary committees linked to the consultations that will be held with the Presidency of the Council of Representatives and leaders of political blocs on the resolutions issued by the Parliament earlier Against the territory.

"There is coordination between the Kurdish forces and an agreement that got the return of Kurdish forces to Baghdad this week," Haider said in a press statement.

"There is a real intention to reopen the dialogue between the region and Baghdad and solve all the problems and differences within the constitutional ceiling away from the escalation or threat, and the commitment of everyone to the recommendations of the wise reference to go to dialogue and to give priority to national interests on narrow interests and give the rights of all components without marginalization or exclusion "He said.

The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in the House of Representatives, Arafat Karam, earlier in the day, on the attempts to return Kurdish parliamentarians to Baghdad, noting that the presence of Kurdish MPs in Baghdad is important in these circumstances to defend the rights of the people of Kurdistan.


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