Barzani signs agreement with Maliki

Barzani signs agreement with Maliki


A source familiar with the Council of Ministers of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Wednesday, that the President of the Council Naچervan Barzani signed the text of the Convention that took place in Baghdad after arriving signed by the head of the federal government Nuri al-Maliki, adding that Barzani will announce details of the agreement at a conference journalists evening in Arbil.

The source, who asked not to refer to his name in an interview with “Twilight News”, that “Barzani has signed the text of the agreement reached with the Prime Minister in the federal government Nuri al-Maliki, which includes seven points,” he said, adding that “the written text of the agreement reached Day of Baghdad, is signed by al-Maliki. “

The source added that “Barzani will be held at six o’clock in the evening press conference at the Council of Ministers building in Arbil to announce the agreement and explain its terms of public opinion and Iraqi Kurdistan.”

Some press reports have pointed to the leaks by one of the members of the delegation Kurdish negotiator, confirmed the two sides’ agreement on seven points include amending the budget for the current year 2013 and resolve the law of oil and gas as well as resolving the issue of the leadership of the Tigris and the island and redrawing the administrative border of the disputed areas and compensate with Anfal victims of chemical attacks and joint management to the issue of visas and airports by the governments of the center and the federal and the appointment of a representative of the provincial government in Baghdad, and a representative of the federal government in Erbil for coordination and exchange of information.

A delegation Kurd headed by the Kurdistan Regional Government Naچervan Barzani, and a number of senior officials in the province and the governor of Kirkuk, had visited Baghdad the day before yesterday and conducted a series of meetings with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and Parliament Speaker Osama Najafi and a number of heads of blocs and the leaders of the political parties in Baghdad.