Baghdad requests from Kuwait explanation about its relations with the Kurdistan

Baghdad requests from Kuwait explanation about its relations with the Kurdistan

The time on Wednesday, February 20 / February 2013 10:02 | |

Baghdad / Orr News

A source familiar with the Foreign Ministry and that the Kuwaiti leadership has asked Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to abandon his hardline policies toward the Sunnis and Kurds, in response to opposition to openness to the Kurdistan region.

It quoted a special bulletin limited distribution issued KDP source in the Iraqi Foreign Ministry that Kuwait refused to inquiries made by the departments official close to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for its efforts to promote rapprochement with political Kurdistan, noting that public officials in the office of al-Maliki criticized trends Kuwait to document political dialogue with the Kurdish leadership and open official channels, especially with the Kurdistan region, which enjoys broad federal rule in northern Iraq, without coordination with Baghdad, according to the bulletin.

For its part postponed Iraqi Airways flight that was scheduled to land at the airport in Kuwait Monday to 20 of this month. Sources in the airline said the cause of the delay is due to the lack of readiness of aircraft technically at the moment.

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