Ahmed: Meetings of Kurdish delegation in Baghdad, not as expected
Baghdad (IraqiNews.com) The head of the Kurdish delegation to Baghdad, Emad Ahmed, revealed that the meetings that the delegation conducted in Baghdad were not as expected, but they set a clear image about the situation.
A statement by the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, received by IraqiNews.com on Tuesday cited “The Council of Minister of Kurdistan Region held a meeting headed by the Premier of KR, Nijirvan Barzani, in presence of Ahmed to discuss Ahmed’s report over the meetings of the Kurdish delegation to Baghdad.”
“Ahmed stated, during the meeting, that the issues discussed with Baghdad were about the financial allocations of the Peshmerga elements, the governmental merits and the allocations of the companies working in KR in the oil and gas field,” the statement added, noting that “Ahmed assured that many notes over these issues were delivered to the officials in Baghdad.”
“Ahmed pointed out that the meetings were not as expected, but they set a clear image about the situation, assuring that many notes of the Kurdish delegation were seriously discussed, but others needed the approval of the Council of Minister in Baghdad,” the statement pointed out.
“The CoM of KR called the Kurdish MPs and Ministers in Baghdad to provide the delegation with the required documents to perform its tasks perfectly,” the statement added.
“Barzani assured that the budget of KR is very limited and not enough to build KR which was damaged in the last years,” the statement concluded.