Kurdistan Alliance: no formal decision to send negotiating delegation to Baghdad
Kurdistan Alliance: there is no formal decision to send negotiating delegation to Baghdad
Ur news agency -18/08/2012-1: 07 pm | Hits: 8
Official denied the Kurdistan Alliance bloc to be the territory's political leaders have agreed to send a delegation to Baghdad after negotiating day holidays.
The Kurdistan Alliance MP Mohsen Al-saadun said in a press statement that the territory is sending a negotiating delegation after the Festival.
The source, who asked not to be named (UR) that "no formal identification of the delegation sent to Baghdad immediately after Eid al Fitr holiday for negotiation has not been agreed upon." "Talk about sending delegation after Eid al-Fitr to Baghdad to negotiate is an open horizon, the period after the Festival may extend to six months or until the end of the year."
Deputy Secretary General of the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, Barham Saleh wrapped up a visit to Baghdad this week and met with Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and a number of political leaders.
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