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High-level KRG delegation to visit Baghdad

2018/01/12 | 23:20

(Iraq Now News)- ERBIL, Kurdistan Region (Kurdistan 24) – A high-level delegation from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) to visit Baghdad for the first time since the Iraqi government imposed punitive measures against the Region follow the referendum vote.

A source told Kurdistan 24 on Friday that the delegation headed by the KRG’s Minister of Interior, Karim Shingali, will visit Baghdad on Saturday to discuss resolving the issues between Erbil and Baghdad.

“The KRG delegation will hold meetings with Iraq’s Minister of Interior and minister of transportation to discuss the border crossings and lifting the flights ban on the Kurdistan Region’s airports,” the source said.

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