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Economy News _ Baghdad
On Sunday, a member of the Kurdistan Regional Parliament, Diyari Anwar, confirmed that the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq has no intention to deliver oil to Baghdad.
Anwar said in a press interview, "The Kurdish delegation in Baghdad aims to absorb the anger of the citizens after the high wave of protests in Sulaymaniyah and Halabjah, and there is no intention to deliver the oil."
He added that "the territorial government wants the federal government to send an amount of one trillion dinars for the remainder of the current year’s salaries, without receiving the oil or the revenues from the outlets, and it is awaiting the rise in oil prices."
Anwar pointed out that "what the territorial government is doing are media movements aimed at stopping the demonstrations, and in the event that the oil market witnessed a new rise, the regional government will not hand over a single barrel."
Yesterday, the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) delegation, headed by Deputy Prime Minister Qubad Talabani, met with Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi, in order to reach an agreement regarding financial differences between Baghdad and Erbil.
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