Yawer: we are partners for Federal Government, resorting to force not our choice, despite our problems with Baghdad
Yawer: we are partners for the Federal Government and resorting to force was not our choice, despite our problems with Baghdad
Editor: MN | SA
Tuesday 10 April 2012 20: 00 GMT Alsumaria news/Sulaymaniyah
From Ministry announced in Kurdistan, Tuesday, that recourse to force was not an option, despite the existing problems with the Kurds Baghdad, saying it was still part of the defensive system.
Ministry Secretary, Gen. Jabbar yawer from, in an interview for "alsumaria news", "Al-Kurd were partners in the Federal Government in Baghdad, and troops from the coordination and liaison and joint meetings as they had done in the past," are still part of the defence system of the Federal Government. "
"Problems with the Central Government is far from the military option and see not in the foreseeable future there is remote chance to resort to military force to resolve political differences by either the Federal Government or the Government of the territory," he said, adding: "otherwise there is political efforts to solve the problems existing between the territory and the Federal Government."
Yawer said that "talk about the military option, and troops from part of the defence system of the Federal Government", stating "I've confirmed all my statements from forces were ready to counter any attack against internal and external security of the territory and the security of its citizens, and this does not mean that the territory and its houses targeted by the Federal Government."
The Kurdish media news quoted officials as a response indicating the readiness of forces from the Iraqi army to fight if Kurdistan attacked.
Yawer said "there are problems between the territory and the Federal Government, on issues including, but the presence of troops from these problems does not mean at all that the resort to force."
Escalated disputes between the political blocs after that shifted from different Iraqi State law to disagreement with the Kurdistan Alliance, after new President of Kurdistan region Massoud Barzani in Iraq (6 April 2012), during his visit to the US offensive against the Central Government in Baghdad and accused it of reneging on promises and commitments, and stressed that the Kurds would not accept in any way that the positions and powers but one person, warning refer to people in case of unresolved problems.
Barzani said in the interview published Sunday (8 April 2012), he is determined to invite Iraqi leaders to the meeting after returning to develop solutions to pull the country out of crisis, stressing that if Maliki refused to attend and the immediate commencement of the application of the Constitution and political agreements that led to the formation of the Government, Al-Kurd reject Prime Minister Maliki continued.
Barzani said that Iraqi Prime Minister awaits receipt of F16s from America to attack Kurdistan, stressing that Maliki heard from senior officers in a meeting with the possibility of chasing Al-Kurd and removed from Arbil, Barzani outside his town of Salahuddin, North of Arbil.
Barzani's visit to Washington under the unprecedented escalation between him and Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on the background of remarks from I to II vitriolic in (20 March 2012), criticizing what he called the "army of two" in country "condemns allegiance to one person," Bedie authority collection and stressed that "enough is enough" that person who holds as Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces and Minister of Defense, Interior and intelligence chief and other positions, arguing that Iraq is moving towards "the abyss" because of class power want to jar to "dictatorship", also threatened Declaration of independent Kurdistan State.
Some media in Kurdistan Baghdad, spoke Friday (6 April 2012), a political agreement between the National Alliance and Iraqi Kurdistan Alliance to withdraw confidence from the Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and nomination of irreplaceable chairing, and stated that means also that it had been agreed that political leader Ahmad Chalabi to be the most likely successor to Al-Maliki, which was denied by the National Alliance President Ibrahim Al-Jafari, described the news as "Flam", calling it "an attempt to fish in troubled waters."
Revealed the Iraqi list led by Iyad Allawi on Sunday (8 April 2012), attempts to be led with the Kurdistan Alliance and some parties National Alliance to withdraw confidence from Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki if operating principle and application of the Constitution, the national partnership, confirming the existence of serious talks with Al-Kurd.
The remaining differences between Baghdad and Erbil on territory oil contracts with foreign firms as well as oil and gas law continues its role, because the Federal Government contracts which the Government expected all of Kurdistan "illegal."
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