Barzani draws the most serious charge to Baghdad

Barzani draws the most serious charge to Baghdad

2017/9/17 8:24

Barzani draws the most serious charge to Baghdad[Ayna – follow-up] The
President of the Kurdistan region, Massoud Barzani, that “there is a plan in Baghdad to destabilize the situation in the Kurdistan region,” noting that “the referendum will take place on time and did not receive any real alternative to the referendum.”
Barzani gave a speech during his participation in the festival held in the city of Dohuk to support the referendum on the independence of the Kurdistan Region. “In 2003, there was a good chance for the Iraqis and Kurdistan,” he said. “It is the Iraqi government that did not accept the partnership and not who we did not accept.” He added that “the decision of the referendum is the decision of the Kurdish people and not a single person or a particular party.” The head of the Kurdistan region in his speech thanks to the Parliament of Kurdistan, saying: “My thanks to the Parliament of Kurdistan for its historic decision on the referendum.” As Barzani explained, “We do not threaten anyone and will not accept anyone to threaten us, pointing out that” the current Iraqi parliament, however, a chauvinistic group. ” He also stressed that” the decisions of the Iraqi parliament from now on will not include the Kurdistan region, “pointing out that”

Barzani revealed that he “discussed the referendum file with US President Barack Obama in 2015,” noting that “we will not accept any Western official to impose his opinion on us on the referendum because the legitimacy of the referendum belongs to the people of Kurdistan.” Barzani assured in his speech components of Kurdistan, and said that “all religions and sects in Kurdistan must be protected.” He also said that “burning flags is not our shame and morals and I appeal to you all to avoid such practices far from our morals.” He stressed that “we will not accept dependency and do not use the language of threat,” noting that “the referendum is a means to achieve independence.” And on the relations of the Kurdistan region with neighboring countries, said Barzani, “We would like to have good relations with neighboring countries,” pointing out that “over the past 24 years we have proved that we are a stabilizing factor for the region.”

Barzani also stressed that “the referendum on schedule,” and called “to go to the ballot boxes on 25 September to participate in the referendum,” pointing out that “we did not receive any real alternative to the referendum.”

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